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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.

  • ohshaith55

    HP dv7 laptop
    vzw gnex running 4.2
    and when i can pull myself away from my n7, i play xbox 360

  • Galaxy nexus, nexus , ps3 and a gaming PC. Would be sweet to add that tablet to the mix

  • ben schille

    Let’s see, I’ve got a Nexus S 4G, a Xbox 360, PS3, a 32 In Panasonic TV, a 50 in HD LG TV, a Dell XPS 8500 that I’m writing this from.

  • umataro42

    Phone : Galaxy Nexus
    Tablet : Nexus 7 (and hopefully soon, a TF300)
    TV is a 32″ LCD hooked up to an HD DVR and PS3 by HDMI, and a DVD player.
    PS3 is directly plugged into my router.
    Laptop is an old Dell, used as a desktop
    And a 22″ LCD in the bedroom.

  • Kent Burton

    TV LG 47 inch
    2 Galaxy Nexus
    Wishing for a Tablet
    One gateway laptop
    and a partridge in a pear tree.

  • Phone: Galaxy Nexus
    Tablet: None
    Game Console: X-Box 360
    PC: Dell Inspiron 1545

  • GS3, Samsung 55″ tv, no desktop, macbook air, TF101!

  • droid1234

    Phone : Samsung galaxy S3
    Tablet : HP Touchpad
    Computer: windows 8 Samsung. Series 7 slate

  • J.Michael Stanton

    Phone: Verizon Galaxy Nexus
    Computer: Phenom Quad Core 3.4 Ghz
    TVs: several…we’re couch potatoes

  • Phone : Lg Lucid 4g
    Tv’s : 32″ Insignia HDTV, 26″ Dynex HDTV
    Computer : Hp Pavilion dv5 – 1119nr Laptop
    Consoles : 4gb Xbox 360
    Media : Toshiba 1080p HD upconversion DVD player

  • I currently own the following:

    phone: galaxy nexus

    games: 360 & ps3

    tablet: currently none 😉

    computer: dell xps

    tv: lg 47″ led

    lets go guys

  • raphael gray

    Verizon gnex, Motorola xoom, N7, Acer laptop

  • Jesse

    32 in TV with Xbox 360 and desktop PC connected. And a galaxy nexus phone.

  • Galaxy Nexus
    Kindle Fire
    HP laptop
    That’s all folks!

  • GNexus 32g
    Xbox 360
    OG Droid

  • Phone: Razr Maxx
    Computer: Acer AS3830TG

  • aom336

    Samsung Note 2 and Infuse, BN nook color, Wii and xbox360, Sony Wega 42″

  • Gaming: old 37 inch Samsung LCD, Xbox 360, Astro a40.

  • Phone: Thunderbolt
    TV: 47 inch LG led
    Computers: a Lenovo 15″ laptop, a! 7″ sager 9262, and a homebuilt htpc.

  • Jeff Broders

    Kinda sad….10 year old dell. 5 year old compaq. WiiU. Galaxy. Nexus.

  • cloud36426

    Galaxy Nexus, HP suckvillion, Vizio 42″ LCD, PS3 and hopefully an ASUS Transformer Pad. 😉

  • glcraven

    Phone: Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Verizon)
    Computer: Ancient Dell Windows XP Desktop
    Tablet: none 🙁 …yet…

  • Angela Baldwin

    If only my bank account matched my desire for tech toys! Sigh. Here’s my list: Nexus 4 (replacing MyTouch 3G running CM 7.1), Nexus 7, HP dv7t core i7 laptop with bluray, Philips 37″ and 47″ LCDs, and a ps2!

  • Kevin Morales

    Nexus 4
    Macbook Air
    Raspberry Pi

  • Justin

    Phone: Droid Bionic

    Motorola Lapdock for Bionic


    Dell laptop and desktop cir.2000

    Samsung Plasma 50″

  • bucksam

    Custom-built PC, 25.5″ Asus monitor, Logitech Z-2300 speakers, Logitech K750 keyboard, MX Performance mouse, PS3, 46″ Sony LCD HDTV, Hori Fighting Edge, Hori VLX, Qanba Q4RAF Ice Red, Galaxy Nexus, HP mini 311 (connected to TV as media PC).

  • KitN

    A Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and an old Dell XPS laptop. Would love a larger tablet to replace the old Dell laptop.

  • 32 inch tv doubling as an HD monitor, HTC rezound, and i don’t have a tablet 🙁

  • Shayyan Arshad

    Sony Smart TV
    Motorola Droid Razr M
    Asus Transformer Pad Infinity
    Lenovo Carbon X1


  • Douglas Hill

    Phone- Nexus 4
    Tablet- Motorola Xoom
    PC- made by my own hands
    Laptop- HP

  • Computer custom rig running windows 8, and HTC desire, xbox 360

  • TheFutureIsNotWhatItUsedToBe

    HTC Rezound
    No tablet
    iMac running Parallels with Windows 🙂
    No gaming system
    Sony TV

  • HonKudasai

    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]

  • Jane Malasig

    Samsung Smart TV
    Toshiba Satellite laptop
    HTC Droid Incredible 2
    Asus TF101 Tablet


  • Phone is a nexus.. The rest of my stuff sucks lol.. No tab… Computer is missing half the keys due to it becoming my sons construction sites while i did the dishes. I also have the heaviest 48 inch TV ever and a flat screen that has a slightly damaged screen. On the bright side i just recently picked up a microwave that does not require hitting time cook each time i need cook.. Moving on up

  • MR.DroidHimself

    PHONE- Droid 2 Global (on its last leg)
    Gaming- Xbox 360

    Tablet- None, HP touchpad that is broken now
    Computer- Old Lenovo laptop
    TV- Aging Panasonic plasma

  • PC: 2007 gateway laptop
    Gaming: PS2 and Netflix Xbox 360 (broken DVD drive)
    TV: 32 inch Westinghouse
    Phone: OG Droid baby!!!!
    Tablet: 8″ etch-a-sketch 🙂

  • JagQpopZ24

    Current tech: Samsung S3 (Verizon), HTC Rezound, Nexus 7 x2, LG 55 inch smart tv, Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo Wi. Blasphemy tech: 13 inch MacBook, 15 inch MacBook (wife), iPad 2nd gen (rarely ever used), iMac. Retired tech: OG Droid, fascinate, Droid X, Palm Pre.

  • Phone: Droid RAZR
    Computer: Old Dell Laptop
    TV: 42″ Sharp TV
    No Tablet…

  • Current : Cable Internet, Directv, Verizon wireless powering Galaxy Nexus.

    Starting Friday AT&T Uverse tv, fiber optic Internet, and a home phone… Didn’t even know those still existed.

    Transformer. Prime with keyboard.

    PS3 and. Xbox. 360 connected a brand new 65″Vizio. Smart. TV

  • Phone: Moto bionic
    Tablet: none
    Tv: 46″ Westinghouse (sale price for good quality)
    Computer : I built my rig
    Video games: Xbox360

  • pd240

    Verizon Note 2, nexus 7, and Asus u46e laptop

  • Just a Galaxy Nexus and a Dell Latitude for me. No tablet in the stable, so it’d be nice to have one!

  • Phone: Galaxy Nexus
    TV: Panasonic 32″
    Computer: MacBook
    Tablet: Nook

    Gaming: Xbox

  • Brian Williams

    Galaxy Nexus (Toro) running Muzzy’s
    HTC Inc (now an MP3 player) running Cyan9
    A Droid X (shattered)
    Kindle Fire running CyanogenMod 9
    iPhone (wife) .. lost cause
    two iPods (kids) .. we may still have some hope.
    Vizio 42′ – Dish Network top 250 w/ HBO, MAX and STARZ
    2 Hoppers / 2 Joeys (6 tuners total, 4TB’s of storage)
    GoogleTV (Logitech)
    another bricked Logitech Revue
    xBox 360
    Nintendo Wii
    Samsung 32′ in the bedroom
    Two kids // Joey’s on their 22′
    Portable Bluetooth system.. works w/ Android and iPhone, plus our Sirius radio from Dish (hoppers!)
    Chumby .. it was cool like six years ago.
    Dell Inspirion laptop
    I gave our old Inspirion to a friend after I loaded Ubuntu.

  • eak128

    Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 and Nook Color all rooted and running jelly bean. HP laptop for gaming and stuff. 46″ Samsung tv for sports and movies.

  • Conan

    Phone: GS3
    Tablet: GTab 10.1 (OG)
    Computer: Dell XPS M1530
    TV: Some 32″ Toshiba; Boxee Box

  • Phones: Nexus 4 and Note 2
    Tablets: Nexus 10 and Nexus 7
    TV: 46 inch 1080p samsung LED
    Computer: Sager N9170 with Nvidias GTX 670m and an i7-3720QM and 24GB of RAM with a 256GB samsung SSD

  • jjl207

    I have a Galaxy Nexus, a home built Sandy Bridge desktop with dual 22-inch monitors, and an HP Envy 6t-1000 Ultrabook with an Ivy Bridge CPU. I use a PS3 for my console gaming, Blu-ray, streaming media needs. I have a 40″ Toshiba tv, but will probably upgrade to something bigger soon, with sound going through a Panasonic home theater setup with HDMI pass-throughs.

  • htowngtr

    Nothing… I sent this message via Morse code.