Thecus N2310 Giveaway [Updated with winner]

We recently reviewed the Thecus N2310 two-bay NAS device and while we weren't blown away by the features, it's a great centralized storage device for home users. The interface needs some work, but luckily all of the issues we identified were software related and are thus easily fixable. Thecus has graciously allowed us to give away the N2310 to one of our lucky readers.

As always, entering is easy. To enter you’ll have to use the Rafflecopter widget below. Again, we know many people aren’t exactly keen on social media but it's how we pay the bills so we have to play the game. Each of the entry methods is optional, but all of them are easy to do.

  • Like either (or both) Thecus and Neowin on Facebook (this is self-explanatory).
  • Follow @Neowinfeed on Twitter so that you always have up-to-date Neowin information. Make sure you enter your Twitter username so we know who you are.
  • Tweet about the giveaway ( daily! ). This one is a little confusing, but you have to select the option and then click the "Tweet" button that appears. That will bring up a string that needs to be tweeted. Tweet that, then follow the steps shown to get the link to your tweet for confirmation. Clicking the "how do I find it" link gives instructions.
  • For those who hate social media, you can make a comment below and that counts as an entry.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

We'll be selecting a winner on Saturday, May 10th. Good luck to everyone who enters!

UPDATE: Congrats to Neowin reader blaktron for winning the giveaway! Stay tuned in the coming weeks for more giveaways by your favorite technology website!

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spikey_richie said,
Grats to the winner, shame they're not an active member :/

Should always be a post requirement for something like this IMHO. The guy who won will never come back and participate again.

xendrome said,

Should always be a post requirement for something like this IMHO. The guy who won will never come back and participate again.

Don't understand how this isn't in force already. We shouldn't be letting 1-2 post wonders able to enter something like this.

So the member who won just register in 28 of March 2014 and has 2 posts...

congrats for him, of course, but since the competition was for everyone this sort of situations could (and did) happen. It's kind of unfair for the active members but it's the nature of this competition, since it's open for everyone.

Yeah, I'm sure many here feel the same way that the member should be active for at least a year before being able to enter into these sort of contests. Neowins idea of it is likely to push new people to join to stick around and I get that but lets have some for those that are more active and been here a while.

sava700 said,
Yeah, I'm sure many here feel the same way that the member should be active for at least a year before being able to enter into these sort of contests. Neowins idea of it is likely to push new people to join to stick around and I get that but lets have some for those that are more active and been here a while.

Look at it this way -- at least he didn't just register to enter this contest, and at least he DOES read Neowin. The winner could've just been somebody who tweeted it or liked it on FB.

But I do take these comments into account, which is why I did the earlier giveaway for the extended Galaxy S3 battery and made it for Neowin folks only. http://www.neowin.net/news/giv...-galaxy-s3-extended-battery

It's a tough balance between respecting the current readers (which we do, a lot!!!), bringing in new readers, and making Neowin more attractive overall to companies who want to give us more products to review/giveaway. It's a fine line, but hopefully most of you think we're doing an ok job. Feel free to message me if anyone has any suggestions! :)

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