I try to reserve Fridays for more thoughtful and reflective posts, something to mull around in my head to keep the brain from going to mush over the weekend (it rarely works). However, on the occasional Friday I also love to give away FREE brand new computers!
Alright, so I’ve never actually given away any computers before, but I will be soon! Lenovo, makers of the popular ThinkPad laptops, recently teamed up with with a promotional partner to put the really cool touch-screen powered Lenovo m90z ThinkCentre in the hands of some prominent education bloggers. I’ve been putting the machine through it’s paces, and there are a lot of really engaging reasons to have a machine like this in your classroom; huge screen, responsive touch, and it makes for a really cool interactive learning center! And guess what? Lenovo is giving me another brand new one to give away! Huzzah!
Enough talk, how do you enter to win?
I will be launching the contest on April 25th at 6 AM (EST). Check back here for a post with the official rules on that date as I will ONLY be accepting entries between April 25th and April 29th. I know, I know, waiting is hard to do. Details for what you will need to do will be posted then, as I’m still contemplating whether to do a simple comment entry, or ask for something a bit more creative (I’d love to see some video submissions).
Is there going to be another giveaway?
YES! In fact, there are 25 of us edu-bloggers participating in this promotion! In fact, some people already have their contests underway! Check out the list of bloggers giving an m90z away, and when their promotions are:
Lenovo M90z Participants
|Free Tech 4 Teachers
|Ilja Coolen ICSS
|Kathy Schrock’s Kaffeeklatsch
|Box of Tricks
|Around the Corner
|Tech Savvy Ed
|Small Biz Technology
|21st Century Education Technology
|A GeekyMomma’s Blog
|Marsha Collier’s Musings
|Your Virtual Assistant
|Jake Ludington’s Media Blab
|Mobile PC World
|Bud the Teacher
|Geeks To Go
Want to know more about the Lenovo Thinkcentre m90z? You can view any of my videos below to see the machine in action.