Head Back-to-School with Our Big Lenovo Giveaway

Need a little something to perk up your back to school experience? We’ve got you! Lenovo has sent us a huge box of giveaway items that are looking for new homes, and we can’t wait to share them with you! Entry is easy, and if you are one of our lucky winners, one of these prizes will soon be in your hands.

We have two of each of the following items to give away; eight winners will be picked at random, as will the prizes sent. Here’s a brief description of each; you can click the links for more details and full specifications.

Lenovo Yoga Smart Tab with Google Assistant ($249.99 MSRP)

Lenovo Yoga Smart Tab with the Google Assistant builds on the revolutionary Yoga Tab 3’s multimode kickstand design. It has great entertainment features—including an FHD IPS display and dual JBL stereo speakers—and adds the power of a portable smart home hub. When your device is idle, open the kickstand to unlock the Google Assistant’s Ambient Mode with visual feedback. Control your world using just your voice.

Lenovo Smart Display 7 with Google Assistant ($99.99 MSRP) 

With its minimal footprint and maximum feature set, the redesigned Lenovo Smart Display 7 with the Google Assistant is the answer. Ultra-compact and sleek, it’s ideal for any shared space in your home. Enjoy streaming music & videos. Relive your favorite photos. Check your commute, calendar, and the weather each morning, automatically. Control your smart home. And more.

Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook ($289.99 MSRP)

It’s a tablet, it’s a Chromebook, it’s just right!

  • Use it as a tablet or laptop – unique design with a detachable keyboard you can take anywhere
  • Mobile & convenient 10-inch FHD IPS touchscreen
  • Boots in under 10 seconds & runs automatic updates in the background
  • Unique dual-tone Ice Blue & Iron Grey design & sophisticated fabric texture on the stand cover
  • Free 12 month Google One membership that includes 100 GB of storage

Lenovo EcoPro 15.6″ Backpack ($89.99 MSRP)

Look good, feel good, and do good with the Lenovo Eco Pro 15.6″ Backpack. As Lenovo’s very first eco-friendly bag, this backpack is almost entirely recycled and manufactured with Global Recycle Standard-certified materials. Containing the equivalent of 34 recycled water bottles, this bag helps minimize harm to the environment while promoting sustainability efforts. Being green has never looked or felt so good.

  • Eco-friendly design – contains over 83% recycled material
  • Manufactured with Global Recycle Standard-certified materials
  • Built with recycled polyester, equivalent to 34 water bottles
  • Contains recycled laminate, commonly used in automotive windshields
  • Soft-lined, protective laptop and tablet compartment
  • Convenient large storage area and quick access accessory pockets
  • Protect your belongings with a hidden security pocket and luggage strap
  • Stay hydrated with two expandable side water bottle pockets

 

 

The Rules:

• Please be sure that you have [email protected] whitelisted in your email settings.

• We will give one prize to eight separate winners, prizes and winners will be chosen randomly.

• Our giveaway will run from 12:01 am CST on August 14th to Midnight on August 23rd, 2020.

• I will email the winners on August 24th.

• Due to shipping fees, this giveaway is open only to people with a continental USA mailing address; if your address shows as out of the country, we will be forced to pick a new winner.

• If you are chosen as the winner, you will have two weeks to respond to my email. If you do not respond, on the 15th day, we will be forced to pick a new winner.

 

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About the Author

Judie Lipsett Stanford
I've had a fascination with all types of gadgets and gizmos since I was a child, beginning with the toy robot that my grandmother gave my brother - which I promptly "relieved him of" in 1973. I'm a self-professed gadget magpie. I can't tell you how everything works, but I'm known world-wide for using a product until I have a full understanding of what it does, what its limitations are, and if it excels in any given area — or not.