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July 06, 2010

Giveaway - Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-one PC!

**Winner is LisaC. My3Sons33 Congrats! .

While gadgets are getting more mobile, I suggest every family have a Desktop PC. Desktop PC's are budget friendly, have bigger screens then laptops and can do double duty as a "work at home" PC for work at home parents. Desktop PC's also make it easier for mom and dad to keep an eye on what the kids are doing online - because if they are set up in the family room - they stay in the family room.

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I recently had the chance to review the Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-one Desktop PC, which has become not only a valued family PC, but also a work PC for a "work at home mom" (i.e. ME!). I am happy to say that I also have the fun of announcing a giveaway of one Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-one PC to one lucky reader. Here are the details:

  1. TIMING: Contest starts July 6th and ends July 10, 10pm pst.
  2. PRIZE: One Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-one PC
  3. HOW TO ENTER: Each contestant can only comment 2 times - one (1) with how they would use the PC and another (2) only if they share the contest details over Twitter - and provide a link to the Tweet in the comment text. For use of a new PC, would you be looking for a family, work at home or small business PC? The tweet should have the Twitter IDs @TechMama and @lenovosocial, the bitly of this post "http://bit.ly/bTiQZe" and the hashtag "#A70z". **Only 2 comments/entries per person will be used to determine winner.
  4. HOW WINNER IS CHOOSEN:We will be entering the number of comments into Random.org to randomly choose a winner.
  5. OTHER RULES:

--A Valid email address must be entered in the private "email" section of the comment (not in the comment text). If a valid email address is not provided, another winner will be choosen.

--Winner must be located in North America (Canada/US). Shipments can only be made to Canada/US.

--Lenovo are not responsible for any lost packages or incorrect shipping addresses. The prize is not redeemable in cash and must be accepted as awarded. Approximate value of prizes may vary. By claiming the prize, the winner authorizes the use, without additional compensation of his or her name and/or likeness and/or voice/photograph and municipality of residence for promotion and/or advertising purposes in any manner and in any medium (including without limitation over the internet and picture data storage).
--This giveaway is running on other sites. Individuals who've won at another site are ineligible to win a second time. Here are the other sites: 

Here is the link to find out more information about the Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-one PC.

Here is the link to my Hands On: Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-one PC

Disclosure: The Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z was provided to TechMamas.com on a long term review. There were no requirements to blog, just to experience the computer. My words are my own.


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I just shared the giveaway on twitter http://twitter.com/lloydviente/status/17912756215

i really need this , i have 3 teens and one computer , i would love to start a work at home business and it is almost impossible right now, this would change everything AWESOME i follow you both on twitter @roswello and tweeted
http://twitter.com/roswello/status/17912994258

I would use the A70z as a kitchen/light office computer. It's a great size for a counter-top PC, perfect for paying the bills, taking down notes, or getting directions. Also, at 19-inches, the screen is a nice size to read recipes off of or watch cooking shows over the internet or using the built-in disc drive.

If I won, this would be my kids' computer. For homework, games, and to learn to store and manipulate the pictures they take. The small footprint means there would still be enough room on the desk for paper homework!

If I won, this would be my kids' computer. For homework, games, and to learn to store and manipulate the pictures they take. The small footprint means there would still be enough room on the desk for paper homework!

With 2 older students in the house, this would come in handy. I like the fact that you can mount it on a wall also. Would work perfectly in a small space. Thanks for the giveaway!

My desktop died last night and I desperately need a replacement - I currently can't work and I'm losing income :( The worst part is I haven't had a job paying a decent income in 7 months, so I can't afford a new computer. Vicious circle!

I love that you can hang this on the wall! My decade-old PC is creeping not just toward obsolescense but oblivion. I still have a CRT, can you believe it?? So the ability to hang this on the wall over my desk would clear up some desk space I haven't seen in over a decade! The extra work space plus the aesthetic alone would make me more productive.

I just shared this on Twitter: http://bit.ly/aPs6gH.

I'd use this PC as a media center in my bedroom instead of getting another TV.

I'd use this PC as a media center in my bedroom instead of getting another TV.

I'd use this PC as a media center in my bedroom instead of getting another TV.

If I won this Lenovo, I would let me daughter take it to do her college assignments on at home .....instead of using the computers at the school library.

I'd LOVE to have on in the kitchen... I have all my recipes digitized... :)

If I won this Lenovo, I would let me daughter take it to do her college assignments on at home .....instead of using the computers at the school library. (Posted tweet first)

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