Dec 05 AT 9:05 AM Clark Wimberly 880 Comments (CLOSED)
PhoneDog Media Exclusive
Download iM5, now available on Google Play. iM5 is a PhoneDog Media backed Social Platform to inspire real-life action through the crowdsourcing of ideas. See the video

Day 5 is live and that means another chance to win an awesome device in the 25 Days of Tegra. We’ve paired with our friends over at @NVIDIATegra to bring you a full month of giveaways and challenges, and things are starting to heat up. To enter to win today, your And Me Account will need a rank of at least 3 or higher.

The Prize: Nexus 7 (16GB)

This prize sort of speaks for itself. I have a feeling most of you guys are familiar with the Nexus 7, so I won’t spend too much time yapping about it. If you’re unaware, just know that this is the first tablet that’s pure Google experience and it’s mad awesome. You can learn more over at http://google.com/nexus

Contest Rules

It’s a holiday miracle! This year we’ve expanded our eligible countries to include the following: US (excluding Puerto Rico and its other territories and possessions), Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Finland, Czech Republic, Australia, China (excluding Hong Kong and Macau), Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, India (excluding the State of Tamil Nadu), and Brazil. If you’re keeping track, that’s like quadruple the locales we normally ship to, so huzzah!

How to Enter

For today’s challenge, your And Me Account will need a rank of 3 or higher. Our user system runs on reputation, which you can score from leaving comments, starting threads, getting upvotes, etc. As we move along, some challenges will be specifically for folks with high ranks. If you want to keep up, try to build some reputation around the site. If your rank is high enough, you’ll see a comment form below. Use it. Multiple comments are allowed on this post, but each user will only be counted once. The winner will be chosen at random, so don’t bother downvoting each other.

Winner Announced (coming soon)

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.

    Most Tweeted This Week