INTERFACE Competitions: Issue 71, May 2016

We have some fantastic prizes up for grabs this issue. Pick your prize and follow the link.

ACER Aspire R3-131T – 1 to Win!

Tablet, tent, display or laptop? You can have it any way you want with the Acer Aspire R3-131T. Great for BYOD, this 360-degree convertible has an 11.6-inch multi-touch HD LCD display and operates Windows 10. Inside is an Intel Celeron Processor, with 4GB DDR and 32GB eMMC. There’s a HD webcam, two USB ports, full-size HDMI and Ethernet.

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 – 1 to Win!

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 (RRP$1599) is an impressive personal computing device, offering the versatility of a laptop and tablet combo. Its Intel Core m3 processor, 128GB hard-drive, and 4GB RAM give great performance running Windows 10 and all your favourite Office programs – and at just 766 grams, it’s lighter than ever. The 12.3-inch PixelSense display has high contrast and low glare, and there are 5MP frontfacing and 8MP autofocus rear-facing cameras. Go from laptop to tablet with the multi-position Kickstand and keyboard. And jot down notes and ideas with Surface Pen.

This competition is now closed. Thanks to all who entered and good luck.


Laser Kids Headphones – 2 to Win!

As kids’ heads are smaller than adults, headphones don’t always fit. Enter Laser Kids Headphones. Designed for younger users they’re the perfect size for smaller heads, and come with an adjustable head band and over-ear soft padded cups. To avoid ear strain, they also have a built-in volume limiting capability, so that the sound will never be too loud regardless of what the headphones are plugged into. Plus, they use a common 3.5mm audio plug, that fits a wide range of computers, tablets, portable music players, and gaming devices.

This competition is now closed. Thanks to all who entered and good luck.

Haynes Retro FM Radio Kit – 2 to Win!

How would you like to build your own working FM radio? Sounds like a cool idea, doesn’t it! Well, now you can thanks to Haynes (makers of the popular car manuals). It has produced a retro-styled, 1970s working FM radio that you can construct yourself. The Retro Radio includes all the components and tools needed – although a 9V battery is also required – as well as instructions in the style of a mini Haynes manual.

This competition is now closed. Thanks to all who entered and good luck.


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