Neowin Holiday Giveaway: HP EliteDesk computer! [Update with Winner]

Earlier this month, we posted our positive review of the HP EliteDesk 800 Desktop Mini. The device, while not a gaming rig by any stretch of the imagination, has a great form factor for clearing up space on your desk, counter, TV, or anywhere else you want a powerful computer without having a big box taking up unwanted space.

Now we want to give away an EliteDesk to one of our lucky readers, and entering is easy! Yes, we are continuing to use Rafflecopter to track entries, and yes social media stuff is a way to enter, but as we've been doing recently, non-social media folks have plenty of ways to get into the action as well!

The entrance methods are:

  • Go to Facebook and "like" the Neowin page
  • Follow Neowin's Twitter feed (@Neowinfeed)
  • Follow my Twitter feed for information on technology and security (@Fezmid)
  • Tweet the message described in the Tweet function of Rafflecopter below (once per day)
  • Make a comment below letting us know what you would do with this small form factor PC (once per day)
  • Did you know Neowin has forums? If so, what's your favorite? If not, check them out and let us know which sounds the best for you (enter using Rafflecopter, once per day)
  • For the old-timers: Link to a post in the HARDWARE HANGOUT forum that you made from 2013 or earlier (within Rafflecopter) - Once per day, giving Neowin users a greater chance to win!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

One important thing to note is that since the device has a North America SKU, this giveaway is only available to people residing in North America, per HP's terms. In addition, the winner is responsible for all taxes and fees. Check out our legal terms if you have any questions.

The contest will run until December 30th at midnight, GMT, so be sure to enter and good luck!

UPDATE: Congrats to John Tweedale on winning the giveaway! Stay tuned for another holiday giveaway in the next few days!

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