Neowin Holiday Giveaway: Tesoro Excalibur mechanical keyboard [Updated with Winner]

Here at Neowin, we've been in a giving mood this holiday season. We've already given away a Thecus N5550 NAS device, a bunch of games on Steam, and then yesterday we confirmed the winner of the HP EliteDesk 800 Desktop Mini. Today, we're ringing in the New Year by giving away a Tesoro Excalibur mechanical keyboard.

We reviewed the keyboard last week and found a lot to like about it, so you can check out the review for more specifics. Tesoro was gracious enough to provide us with a brand new, still in the box keyboard to give to one our readers. In addition, for those who live outside of North America, you'll be happy to know that this is a world wide giveaway! 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 telling us what your New Year's resolution is (or isn't)
  • 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 2014 or earlier (within Rafflecopter)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The winner is responsible for all taxes and fees. Check out our legal terms if you have any questions. The contest will run until January 7th at midnight, GMT, so be sure to enter and good luck!

UPDATE: Congrats to ultimate99 for winning the keyboard!

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