May 25 AT 11:57 AM Clark Wimberly 2,011 Comments

Midweek Madness! Score a free Motorola XOOM tablet from NVIDIA!

We’ve picked a winner! Congratulations to Kenneth, you just scored a new XOOM!

Hello and welcome to my Wednesday. History has shown me that Wednesdays have a tendency to be ultra lame. To combat that, the team at Android and Me came up with Midweek Madness. For those unaware, we like to give away small prizes during the week to help make things suck a little less.

Oh, I’m sorry, did I say small prizes? Let me fix that, because today we have a brand new XOOM tablet featuring the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. We’ve got our hands on the newest WiFi-only model (no carrier contracts) and want to give it to you, the loyal reader.

To win today, we’ve made things easy. All you have to do is leave a comment below. Tell us what XOOM feature is your favorite. Make sure you use a REAL email address (seriously, last time one of the winners used a fake and missed out on a prize) and don’t bother down voting each other’s comments- the winner will be chosen at random.

XOOM winner!Speaking of winners, check out this guy, who won a XOOM from us at the Google I/O Extended event here in Austin a few weeks ago. And speaking of real winners, when we gave away that tablet at the event, the first name drawn passed on the prize so a working developer would get it. She was called as the winner and instead took only a t-shirt, passing the tablet on to our next drawn name. I can’t recall the last time I saw such a generous act.

After today, we’ll only have one XOOM left to give away. So make sure you leave a comment for a chance to win! We’ll be announcing the winner around this time tomorrow, you’ve only got a single day to enter!

To recap: leave a comment below for a chance to win a XOOM. Use your real email address so we can contact you. Tell us your favorite feature. Make Wednesdays less lame.

We’ve picked a winner! Congratulations to Kenneth, you just scored a new XOOM!

Clark is a developer living in Austin, Texas. He runs ClarkLab, a small web firm with his wife, Angie. He's a big fan of usability, standards, and clean design.

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