Another Giveaway: Keyboards and Mice


Dayton Brown and Netster won themselves 120gb USB hard drives a couple of weeks ago in my Clean Brent’s Office Contest, but now that I’m settling into my new home office in Chicago, I’m finding even more unneeded gear lying around.

If Only I Had Something Insightful to Type
If Only I Had Something Insightful to Type

I have no clue how this happened (well, that’s not true – I have a pretty good clue, but I’m too ashamed to admit my stupidity on the blog) but I’ve found myself with half a dozen keyboards and another half-dozen mice.

Drawing time!

Prize Package #1: a Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 and a Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000

Prize Package #42: a Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000 and a Microsoft Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer 2.0

Prize Package #11: an Apple Bluetooth keyboard and a Microsoft Wireless Presenter Mouse 8000.  Includes a Microsoft USB Bluetooth adapter.

Leave a comment by Sunday the 27th, and on Monday the 28th I’ll draw a winner.

In your comment, put the number of the prize package you’d like to win (only one). This introduces a little strategy; should you pick one you think nobody else will pick, or do you pick the one you really want?  Good luck!

Only one entry per person.  US residents only, because shipping overseas is complicated and I’m lazy.  No purchase required to win – all comments on this entry will be completely free of charge!  It’s your lucky week.

All of this gear is used – albeit lightly, because what human being in their right mind can use this many input devices at home?!?  None of this stuff comes with warranties or batteries, though, so your mileage may vary.  Odds are it all works – I don’t keep stuff around when it breaks, as evidenced by the fact that I’m not holding a drawing for the many Ethernet cables with busted jacks that I’m throwing away.

Update 9/29 – the winners were Brett Flippin (#1), Matthew Chestnut (#42) and Jack Corbett (#11).  Congratulations, guys!

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