GottaBeMobile has landed at CES 2012 in Las Vegas to see the latest and greatest gadgets and thanks to our sponsor, you can win some great prizes of your own.
Lenovo is the official sponsor of GottaBeMobile.com and Notebooks.com at CES 2012 and has given us four great prizes to give to our readers. We have two ThinkPad Tablets, a ThinkPad X220 and an IdeaPad U400.
Lenovo has already announced a number of cool products like the Thinkpad X1 Hybrid, IdeaPad Yoga, and a number of Ultrabooks and has many more CES 2012 announcements to come. You can follow our Lenovo CES coverage to see the next big announcement.
We are giving away a ThinkPad tablet and the IdeaPad U400s at Notebooks.com and giving away a ThinkPad Tablet and a ThinkPad X220 at GottaBeMobile. You can enter to win the ThinkPad X220 from us today. Stay tuned for your chance to win the rest of these prizes from Lenovo.
The ThinkPad X220 is a 12.1″ notebook with an amazing keyboard and a plenty of great features for business and home users. Be sure to read our ThinkPad X220 review at Notebooks.com, which you can get a taste of below.
It delivers everything a business user would need — power, long battery life and a plethora of connectivity options — in a small and portable package that is rated for demanding conditions for a price that businesses can afford and appreciate
How to Win a ThinkPad X220
Leave a comment telling us what you would do with the ThinkPad X220.
The contest is open to U.S. Residents 18 and over. Contest void where prohibited by law, please check local regulations before entering. The contest will close on Wednesday January 18th at 11:59 PM Pacific. You may only enter once per contest, entering multiple times will disqualify you from the contest.
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