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Giveaway: Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 13



Edge_colors1Lenovo introduced the ThinkPad Edge 13 here at CES 2010. It’s an affordable 13″ business PC that has borrows a lot of features from the enterprise-class ThinkPad lineup at an affordable price point. If you want a chance to win one of your own, read on.’s Josh Smith is using a ThinkPad Edge during CES and he’s been pretty happy with it so far. You can read more about the ThinkPad Edge by clicking here and Josh’s first impressions of the ThinkPad Edge 13 here.


All you have to do to enter to win is tell us and Lenovo what your favorite technology blog is (besides and of course). To enter, you need to Tweet the following:

“@lenovosocial I want a ThinkPad Edge favorite blog is (insert blog name with link here) #lenovoces”

This giveaway is open to US residents only. It’s your responsibility to check your local and state laws before participating. Winners will be notified via a Twitter Direct Message by 1/15/09. In order to receive a Twitter direct message you need to follow @notebookscom on Twitter.



  1. heatheribabble

    01/08/2010 at 9:30 pm

    Whenever I click on the link above, it says that the account is suspended for strange activity? Just thought I’d let you know about that link.

  2. John in Norway

    01/09/2010 at 7:48 am

    I don’t twitter or live in the USA so I guess my chances of winning are pretty thin!

  3. Clayton

    01/09/2010 at 8:14 am

    Is there an age restriction on this?

  4. gmich

    01/09/2010 at 8:50 am

    I love GBM but abhor Twitter. Are all contests going to be only for Twitterers?

  5. Xavier Lanier

    01/09/2010 at 12:09 pm

    gmich- thanks for the feedback. No, not all contests are going to be on Twitter. In fact, we’re going to kick one off today for another computer and we’ll just ask you to comment here on GBM.

    heather- thank you, the link should be working fine now.

  6. [email protected]

    01/11/2010 at 10:57 am

    I second gmich, I don’t Twitter for the simple reason that in my opinion it doesn’t serve a good purpose and most if not all the last contests were using Twitter. It would be great in the future if both options (Twitter or comments about the post) could be allowed without penalty to the ones that don’t use twitter.

  7. echostryk

    01/11/2010 at 2:29 pm

    I’ll add another vote against Twitter for contests, what’s wrong with the old fashioned post a comment style? Though it doesn’t really matter for me as most of the CES contests have been US residents only (Shucks!).

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