The Surface Book giveaway via Neowin Deals

While we at Neowin hope you are enjoying the festive holiday with family and friends, we also hope that we can make one lucky readers day with a chance to win a Surface Book via Neowin Deals!

What's it all about?

The Surface Book should need no introduction for loyal readers, as we have covered the device extensively in articles here.

Why buy an expensive laptop when you can win one? The Surface Book is Microsoft's best work yet, running Windows 10 Pro and packing a detachable screen to be used as a clipboard. It's as powerful as Bill Gates himself, and it's all yours for absolutely no money. It's simple, enter to win for your chance to call the Surface Book your own.

  • Weighs just 3.34 lb
  • Packs incredible resolution (3000 x 2000)
  • Includes a detachable screen to use like a clipboard
  • Handles demanding creative tasks
  • Lasts for up to 12 hours per charge
  • Runs Windows 10 Pro
  • Includes the Surface Pen for a pen-on-paper effect

How can I win?

To enter the Sweepstakes, follow all onscreen instructions to complete and submit the online entry form. You can earn an additional entry in the Sweepstakes when you send the Sweepstakes page to a friend, age 21 or older, by following the additional entry instructions on the screen. The friend must enter the sweepstakes through your referral in order to get an additional entry. All entries must be received by 11:59 PM CDT on 01/06/2016.

Simply sign up to win on this page, but be sure to check if you are eligible as some countries are not permitted to enter in this worldwide giveaway, entrants must also be at least 21 years old.

I want to win, sign me up!

Good luck!


The small print

Microsoft is not affiliated with this contest. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You are providing your information to StackCommerce, Inc. and not to Facebook. Read the full terms here.

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