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Week of Holiday Tegra: Win an Asus Transformer Pad With Keyboard Dock and Logitech Gaming Controller [Day 2]

Day 2! All week long, we’ll be handing out fabulous Tegra 3 powered devices to the DL community in our “Week of Holiday Tegra” event, thanks to our friends at NVIDIA. They put up a massive amount of prizes, all of which take advantage of the gaming potential that their Tegra 3 processor contains. Been to the Tegra Zone lately? If there is one mobile company that is doing everything in their power to push mobile gaming forward, it’s NVIDIA. 

Yesterday, we gave away three Nexus 7 tablets in a mega-contest that saw well over 2000 entries. Today, we’re giving away just one prize, but it’s quite the bundle. How does an Asus Transformer Pad (TF300) with keyboard dock and Logitech gaming controller sound?

The rest of this week’s schedule:

  • Day 1 – (3) Nexus 7 16GB
  • Day 2 – Transformer Pad TF300 + dock + Logitech controller
  • Day 3 – Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 + dock + Logitech controller
  • Day 4 – (2) Acer A110 + $25 AMEX Gift Card
  • Day 5 – (4) Lenovo A2109 + $25 AMEX Gift Card


Update:  And our winner is…Kevin, who has a diversified tech setup, with products from LG, Sony, Samsung, and JVC.

Prize:  1 (one) Asus TF300 Transformer Pad with keyboard dock and Logitech controller.

How to enter:

1.  ”Like” the NVIDIA Tegra Facebook page or follow @NVIDIATegra on Twitter.
2.  ”Like” the Droid Life Facebook page or follow @droid_life on Twitter.
3.  In the comments, describe your tech setup (phones you own, tablets, computers, gaming systems, TVs, etc.).


Today, at 4PM Pacific, we’ll randomly choose the winner from the comments.

Eligible countries:

US (excluding Puerto Rico and its other territories and possessions), Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Finland, Czech Republic, Australia, China (excluding Hong Kong and Macau), Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, India (excluding the State of Tamil Nadu), and Brazil.

  • mistergrub

    Phone: galaxy note 2 for verizon

    Tablet: ipad 2 and touchpad

    Computer: alienware m15x

    Gaming: vita and ps3

    Tv: samsung 40″ touch of color lcd 6 series

  • Ha! Droid X2, An (at this point) ancient Asus x83 laptop, an old Samsung tube TV, an old Xbox and an original Atari unit hooked up to my sweet tube TV. Oh yeah and this funny galaga emulator in the shape of an arcade game just tiny.

  • Galaxy Nexus(running BB) for me, iPad for the kids, Apple TV(2nd Gen) for XBMC.

  • PB&Jam

    Phone: Trusty ol TBolt
    Laptop: Dell Inspiron – nothin fancy
    Xbox360: games, media extender, netflix
    Tablet: Transformer Prime

  • Chromebook! galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4 Nexus 7 And A Chromebook

  • Galaxy S3, iPhone5
    Kindle Fire, iPad
    Asus G73JH-A1, Macbook Pro
    PC with Samsung/Acer monitors
    2600k, 16gb, 470GTX, 256gb Samsung 830 SSD, 1TB Seagate
    360, PS3, Wii, PSP, DSi

  • I have a Xoom that has cyanogenmod 10.1 that’s getting old. I have the first Sony Google TV that I hate. Samsung flat screen 42 inch. I also have the galaxy nexus Verizon running xenon HD 4.2.1

  • movalpolos

    galaxy nexus, hp touchpad, xbox/ps3/wii, 1.5 year old computer. good enough for me 🙂

  • Samsung Galaxy S3 32gb VZW
    Samsung Galaxy Nexus 32GB VZW
    50″ AKAI Plasma Old TV
    HP DV6T-QE: 15.6″ 1080p display,i7 quad core, 2GB Radeon switchable graphics card, 750gb HDD, 8gb Ram
    Soon to be Nexus 7 Thanks to Droid-Life!


  • Edward Bixler

    Phone: Galaxy Nexus
    Tv: Samsung
    Computer: Toshiba G35 (piece of crap. Need this tablet to replace it!)
    Denon Receiver

  • Muddy B00ts

    Galaxy Nexus,
    Acer netbook,
    Old busted JVC TV.
    Would love to add a transformer pad to the list.

  • Jason Hansen

    Nexus 7
    MyTouch 4G (waiting for Nexus 4)
    Lenovo Laptop from work

  • Phone: Droid Bionic with Lapdock 100 [Active]

    Tablet: Nexus 7 32GB Wifi [ereading, mostly]

    Laptop: HP Probook 4530s

    All three never leave my side, stashed in my Bag of Holding, which is also filled with numerous usb/hdmi/charging cables, and a Vaas 5000 mAh backup battery (thanks for the tip on those). My Bionic has served as a media center numerous times while I’m visiting friends of the parents: 4g + HDMI = instant Netflix.

    Honorable Mention: OG Droid [Retired as a desk clock]

  • Phone: Galaxy Nexus (VZW)
    Computer: Custom Built Gaming PC
    TV: 32′ Vizio
    Tablet: Nook Color
    Gaming System: PS3/Xbox 360

  • Jessica

    Custom Computer, IPad, Galaxy S3

  • Phone – Moto Droid/VZ Galaxy Nexus/Iphone
    Tablet – Nexus 7/HP Touchpad w/ CM9
    Two Desktops – One for personal use and one for HTPC

  • taadow1030

    Htc Evo 4g and an old computer running Xp. Please help me upgrade. Lol

  • Galaxy Nexus (Verizon), Gaming Rig, Asus Transformer, several game systems, and a television.

  • Alex Sturman

    Galaxy nexus, nexus 7, Xbox 360, Samsung 43″ LED TV and lenovo laptop

  • Brad Heaney

    Phone: droid razr maxx
    TV: 45″ vizio
    Computer: HP Probook
    Gaming: XBox 360 and Wii
    No Tablet, hence why I’m entering

  • John Suh

    I own a TF101 and dock, Asus windows 8 laptop, Galaxy s3 running MIUI V4, and the wife has an HTC one x

  • Droid Razr
    HP Touchpad
    Panasonic 42 720p TV
    Custom built tower
    Xbox 360

  • Phone: Nexus 4
    Tablet: Note 10.1

  • David Yu

    Verizon Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy Tab 2 7.7, Home made Desktop. Nothing outrageous, just enough to get the job done.

  • Alex Moore

    OG DROID RAZR (damn you moto with your updated time line on the maxx)
    HP g60-447nr Pentium Dual Core at 2.17 gigahertz with 3 gigs of RAM Intel integrated graphics and a 250 gig hd

  • robertlwalters

    Please would love one.

  • Phone – Galaxy Nexus
    TV – POS 46″ Insignia
    Laptop – ASUS
    Gaming – Xbox Slim
    Desktop – Some disgustingly slow Dell for work.

  • Josh Karwoski

    Galaxy Nexus: Everything, almost all of my daily tasks.
    Computer: Outdated and slow, but I only use it for basic tasks and web browsing.
    Laptop: Powers my more demanding tasks and does so with ease.
    Original (7″) Galaxy Tab: Collects Dust.
    PS3: Netflix.
    Transformer Pad: Everything if I win one!

  • SantaBaby

    Mine isn’t all that exciting, that’s why I could use this…

    Motorola Droid Razr
    Acer Aspire one- Slow as crap
    Xbox 360-Broken RROD
    Crappy TV

  • GreenMachine1307

    TV: samsung 50 in plasma and PS3
    Computer: Q6600, 295 gtx, 4 gig RAM, 8TB
    Phone: Note II
    Tablet: Nexus 10

  • Tyler Rynberg

    HD Razr Maxx
    Lenovo Thinkpad T430s
    ancient computer with old school 21″ Sony CRT
    PS3/Denon 4810/Oppo 95
    old school 55″ CRT Mits Diamond HDTV

  • Aran Miller

    I carry with me everyday a Galaxy Nexus vzw, along with my Nexus 7. Anytime I’m driving I have my Bluetooth in. I have two TVs 36″ and 44″ wouldn’t mind upgrading one. My main computer right now is an alienware mx17, but I am about to.start building a beast for a tower. I would love to add this to my collection.

  • Phone: Galaxy Note 2, just an absolute beast. Running Jellybomb

    TV: Samsung PN51E7000 Smart 3D Tv.

    Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR507

    Speakers: Polk Audio RM6750’s

    Computer: Macbook Pro 2.0ghz i5 processor

    Car Deck: Pioneer AVH-P4200

    Car Component Speakers: Pioneers nice clean, crisp sound.

  • Custom Built PC, Galaxy Nexus, HP Laptop Xbox 360, bluray Player, And surround Sounds

  • Phone – galaxy nexus
    Pc- amd phenom 2 x6, 8gb ram, ssd, gtx 560 liquid cooled

  • thistimearound

    EVO 4G (Original): No longer activated. Used for emergency dials and occasional testing.

    LG Optimus G: Just got it last month. Beast phone that is not fully alive without AOSP.

    Nexus 7: Cracked screen. Too broke to afford digitizer assembly at $170 and droid life won’t pick me for any of their contests…

    XBox 360: I mean, you guys know about this already.

    HP Touchpad: Currently running limited testing 4.1.2. It’s okay. Wish I had a real Google tablet.

    Logitech Revue (Google TV): A nice workaround before XBox got Amazon Prime, YouTube, Redbox, etc. Now I just use it to stream shows occasionally. It works. Would rather have real TiVO though.

  • Cory Smith

    phone: gs3
    tv: zenith 50”
    computer: custom built pc i5, gtx 670
    tablet: this one if i win it haha

  • Doug Plowden

    Phone: Galaxy Nexus
    Tablet: n/a 🙁
    Game console: XBOX 360 w/ Kinect
    TV: Old school standard def series LXI (whatever that means!)

  • da

    Currently own a GS3, have a DIY built PC running dual “monitors” that are actually small TVs which helped out my budget, and also hooked up to one of those TVs is a Xbox 360.

  • Phone: Galaxy Nexus
    OG DROID that I occasionally flash ROMs for fun
    Computer: Samsung laptop
    TV: LG 46″ plasma (hitting the skids)
    Could use a tablet to fill the screen size void lol good luck to all!!!

  • newbielike

    1 droid 2 security cam
    1 droid x security cam
    1 media center pc
    1 gaming pc
    1 kids pc
    1 server
    2 laptops
    no tablets

  • whosinaname

    Phone: Galaxy nexus
    Tablet: Nexus 7
    T.V.: 42 inch LG with old PC set up as XBMC
    PC: Silverstone TF2 Case with i5 overclocked, ssd, GTX 680ti, etc
    XBOX 360, Wii, Old PS2

    And many old phones and computes laying around.
    Oh and an HP N40L Server

  • cesar dominguez

    Galaxy Note 2
    Xbox 360
    32″ Sony Bravia

    Lenovo Thinkpad

  • Knatcal

    Phones: Droid 1,Droid x, Droid bionic, Htc thunderbolt (with car battery attached)
    Computers: Asus G73 laptop, and home built desktop for the kids.
    Tvs:32 lcd and projector @124″

  • Muddobber

    Phone: Motorola Droid BIONIC
    TV: 42” 256fps 1080p Westinghouse with Logitech 2.1 external speakers and Logitech Revue Google TV box
    Computer: 14” Sony Vaio Core i5 with 8gb RAM and blu-ray drive
    Tablet: none

  • Phone: Galaxy SIII
    Computer: HP Probook 4530 w/OSX86 10.8
    Custom build desktop
    Using girlfriends old Ipad w/pink smart cover (please help, I need a tablet)
    T.V.: Fish tank.


    TV: 55″ Samsung/ 150″ SonyProjector
    STEREO: 7.1 DTS
    COMPUTERS: MacBook PRO, 27″ Mac, Apple TV, Sonos
    PHONES: OG Droid 4.1(alarm clock) Droid RAZR MAXX(rooted)

  • ccbyrob

    My setup begins with high def satellite receiver and a Optoma HD projector on a 100″ custom screen in my mancave. I listen through Onkyo 7.1 surround system. In the mancave I have the Wii and a Sony Blu-ray player all connected to my home network.

    On the satellite receiver I have a Slingbox sending hd video through my Logitech Revue on my 42″ plasma tv. I also have the galaxy note receiving video from Slingbox and the Slingbox Android app.

  • TV: HD 40in Phillips Plasma with Sony Blu Ray
    Computer: Custom built W7 Quad Core overclocked to 3.7ghz
    Tablets:Kindle Fire 1.0; Nexus 7
    Phones: DROID Razr; iPhone 4s; HTC Rezound

    Need for new tablet? For my special needs son. I find he actually does homework on tablets.

  • Jean Rivera

    Galaxy s3, iPad 3 (Iknow), Nexus 7, Hp Dv9000 quad core, Panasonic Viera 3d, Base 321, PS3, Xbox 360