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Want a Free 240GB 6G SSD?

Well… it’s not exactly free. You see, there’s a minor catch to it; you have to win.

OWC and Real World Labs are offering a giveaway where one lucky winner gets a high-speed 240GB OWC Mercury EXTREME Pro 6G SSD.

Entering the contest is pretty simple.

  1. Join/Like the official Other World Computing Facebook page.
  2. Join/Like the official Real World Labs Facebook page .
  3. Comment under the “Real World Labs and Other World Computing Joint Contest” post on the RWL FaceBook Page.

Then, you sit back and wait.

The contest is open to EVERYONE, regardless of where you live, it will run up to the 15th of November and  the winning person is required to post a picture of the product once he/she receives it (for validation purposes, of course).


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  • Come on guys, making an FB account takes less than 2 minutes…..It’s not like you need to fill it with your details and such.

    • Sorry Waldo…it’s one of the few contests we do. Will try to keep in mind adding other social in future contests….but really, we partnered with RWL on this one. You could have someone that does have a FB account enter as long as they agree to give you the drive if they win ;-)

  • Can we enter through twitter? would be nice since I don’t have Facebook due to privacy concerns

  • “The contest is open to EVERYONE”

    Not everyone.

    Those of us who don’t do the Facebook and Twitter stuff have no change.

    • Perhaps have someone you know enter for you and if they win they would be honest enough to give you the drive?