Several TweakTown staff are fathers, we love our children to bits. Of course you all do too as mothers and fathers. But, of course, we also love technology. Let's mix the two together! So, what we want you to do is pull out your camera or iPhone or whatever you use to take photos and grab the cutest picture you can of your baby or child with a technology related item.
I've got things started with a photo of my son and a PS3 controller. Close second would be a recent photo of him and his fascination of the new Xbox 360 and turning it on and off as many times per day as he can. It seems this is a popular thing among babies. Yours too?
For your hard work... well come on, it's not really hard work spending time with your loved ones. The cutest photo as decided by the fathers of TweakTown will win a brand new GIGABYTE H77N-WIFI cutey-pie Mini-ITX motherboard. Anyone in the world can enter and we'll cover the shipping fee.[img]2[/img]
"The GIGABYTE H77N-WIFI is possibly the most connected 7 series Mini-ITX board out there with Dual HDMI ports and Dual LAN plus an onboard WiFi/Bluetooth module that also supports Intel WiDi technology. This spec provides endless possibilities in terms of building a compact PC rig that fits right in with your increasingly digital home environment, while also supporting the power and efficiency of Intel®3rd Generation Core processors."
HERE's HOW TO ENTER:
3) Like and share this TweakTown FB fan page post (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151374486899942&set=a.100709854941.112819.49650744941&type=1) on your Facebook wall - remember to set the post as public, so we can verify it.
4) Sit back and see if you're a winner. The contest will run from now till September 14th 2012 at 10:00pm GMT +8.
5) The winner will be announced on our Facebook page and everyone will get to see your child with a technology related item.
6) Please remember that Facebook has not endorsed this giveaway and it is operated entirely by TweakTown.
Good luck and have fun!
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