Last Updated: July 18th, 2011

Our first giant giveaway was a huge success, with lots of excited entries received from many countries around the world in the 2 weeks it was running. In the end, one lucky winner - Keef from the UK - walked away with a free XOOM Wi-Fi, excited beyond belief. While we could only pick one winner for that giveaway, I promised that more would be coming, one more awesome than the other.

Today, I'm glad to announce our 2nd giant giveaway, also sponsored by NVIDIA, with the grand prize of the T-Mobile LG G-Slate 3D tablet with a street price of $750-800 (Amazon $800, T-Mobile $750). This tablet packs even more features than the XOOM and has 3G/4G connectivity built-in.

This G-Slate features:

  • a dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 processor
  • a 3D-capable 8.9" wide-screen
  • 32 GB of space
  • 1GB of DDR2 RAM
  • dual 5MP cameras capable of taking 3D and HD pictures and video (1080P)
  • a 2MP front-facing camera
  • a 6400 mAh battery
  • 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • HDMI out
  • It runs on the 850/1800/1900 MHz and 900/1700/2100 MHz GSM (Tri-Band/Tri-Mode) frequencies and transmits data using HSPA+21 (what T-Mobile calls 4G)
  • and, of course, Android 3.0 "Honeycomb"

Note: This prize does NOT come with a data plan of any sort - if you want to hook it up to T-Mobile, it is your responsibility; otherwise, feel free to use its Wi-Fi capabilities.

More great prizes are coming up shortly, so be sure to keep following Android Police on Twitter, Facebook, and RSS.


And here is the winner (picked at random):

image @h2oskierc, Chris Grandell from Minnesota, who entered using Twitter on June 1st with this comment "I can haz g-slatez?" - you are now the owner of a brand new LG G-Slate 3D Honeycomb tablet. Congratulations!


1 brand new T-Mobile LG G-Slate 4G/3D tablet, courtesy of NVIDIA and Android Police.


How To Win

Entering the giveaway is really simple.

Complete either one of these to be eligible or both to double your chances of winning.

  • Follow @AndroidPolice on Twitter, then tweet out a message that starts with the following phrase and ends with something original you can think of to spice it up - it could be anything mentioning the G-Slate, LG, NVIDIA, Android Police, Tegra 2, etc. Just don't forget you only have 140 characters, so make them count:

NVIDIA and @AndroidPolice are giving away a free LG G-Slate 3D Honeycomb tablet http://bit.ly/ap-gsl. <PUT YOUR OWN MESSAGE HERE>


  • Like/fan the AndroidPolice fan page on Facebook, then Like the entry for this article and leave a comment on that entry about the G-Slate, LG, NVIDIA, Android Police, Android, Tegra 2, or why you should be the one to win. Be creative :-]

That's it - there are no other steps this time around. Very easy, just like last time.


The giveaway starts immediately and runs until June 3rd, 11:59PM PST.

It is open to residents of the countries specified in the detailed terms and conditions below (not just U.S. - check the list to see if your country is there). Note: After careful consideration, we've added Malaysia, India, and South Africa to the list of eligible countries and removed Argentina (due to extremely high import duties).

The winner will be selected randomly from the pool of entrants, announced here, and notified via twitter, Facebook, or email.

1 entry per person for each method is allowed (1 for Facebook and 1 for Twitter). Entering more than once on either social site will not increase your chances.

NVIDIA and Android Police will ship the prize to the winner.

See the "Official Rules" below for the exact terms of the contest and eligibility requirements.

International entrants: Please ensure your country is listed in "1. Eligibility" of the Official Rules, and particularly remember that you will be responsible for any and all import duties, fees, taxes, or other costs (excluding the shipping carrier charge) associated with importing the device into your country, as indicated in "4. Prizes"

Good luck, everyone!


1. Eligibility

ANDROIDPOLICE.COM, A CALIFORNIA SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP (referred to herein as “Contest Provider”) IS THE PROVIDER OF THIS CONTEST. THIS CONTEST IS OPEN ONLY TO RESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, MEXICO, CHILE, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, SINGAPORE, INDIA, FRANCE, BELGIUM, THE UNITED KINGDOM, LUXEMBOURG, GERMANY, AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND, SWEDEN, FINLAND, DENMARK, NORWAY, SPAIN, IRELAND, RUSSIA, THE NETHERLANDS, SOUTH KOREA, SOUTH AFRICA, TAIWAN, MALAYSIA, THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, THE CZECH REPUBLIC, CROATIA, THE UKRAINE, POLAND, BULGARIA, AND HUNGARY WHICH ARE: (i) OVER THE AGE OF MAJORITY IN THEIR COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE ON THE DATE REFERENCED BELOW AS THE START DATE FOR THE CONTEST; AND (ii) WHO ARE NOT RESIDENTS OF THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND IN THE UNITED STATES; THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC, CANADA; OR RESIDENTS OF THE AUSTRALIAN STATES OF VICTORIA, QUEENSLAND OR THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY ("ENTRANTS"). If you are under the legal age of majority in your country of residence, but are (i) over the age of 13 years of age and a resident of the United States of America, or a member country of the European Union other than Spain, or the United Kingdom; (ii) who is least 14 years of age and a resident of Spain, the United Kingdom, or Russia; or (iii) who is at least 15 years of age and is a resident of the Republic of Korea; one of your parents or legal guardians must submit a signed, written statement that they have read, understood and agree to these Contest rules with your entry, and that such agreement constitutes acceptance of these Contest rules on behalf of you and themselves. Residents of the State of Rhode Island in the United States, the Province of Quebec in Canada, or Queensland, Victoria, or the Australian Capital Territory in Australia are ineligible for participation in this Contest. All applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations apply. There is no cost to enter or win. Offer void where prohibited.

2. Disclaimer

Contest Provider will not be responsible for: (a) any late, lost, or misrouted transmissions or entries; (b) any Contest disruptions, injuries, losses or damages caused by events beyond the control of Contest Provider; or (c) any printing or typographical errors in any materials associated with the Contest.

3. Contest Period

The Contest begins May 20th, 2011 at 1:00 Pacific Time and will continue until June 3rd, 2011 at 11:59PM Pacific Time (the "Deadline"). All entries must be received before the Deadline to be eligible to win the Prize.

4. Prizes

One (1) eligible entrant will be chosen by the Contest Provider as the “Winner,” and will receive the “Prize,” one (1) LG “G-SLATE” tablet computing device, estimated retail value $749.99-799.99. No substitutions or exchanges, cash or otherwise, will be allowed. Prize is not transferable.

The Prize will be provided “as is,” Contest Provider and Prize Provider provide no warranties of any kind, express or implied, including any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.


Shipment of Prize will be the sole responsibility of Prize Provider. Shipment method and carrier will be selected by Prize Provider. Contest Provider and Prize Provider assume no responsibility for loss of or damage to the prize prior to or during shipment. If the Prize, after shipment, is returned to the Prize Provider as undeliverable or for any other reason, Contest Provider and Prize Provider reserve the right to disqualify the Winner and to designate another Entrant as the Winner.

5. Collection of Information:

The Contest entry requires you to submit a first and last name, email address, and shipping address to meet the Contest’s Eligibility requirements.

If you are a citizen of France and/or any of the other countries whose citizens are eligible for this Contest, and pursuant to French law pertaining to data collection and processing, you are informed that the data collector is AndroidPolice.com, and the data collected will be transferred to the United States of America. Upon request, you will be provided with access to your personal data. To exercise this right, please contact [email protected].

The Winner consents to allowing Contest Provider to disclose the following information to Prize Provider for the purpose of awarding the Prize: (1) first and last name, (2) email address, and (3) shipping address. Shipping address must be located in one of the countries or regions listed in the Eligibility section. Failure to provide an address in one of the countries or regions listed in the Eligibility section will result in disqualification from the Contest.

6. General Release of Liability

By entering the Contest, you release the Contest Provider and Prize Provider from any liability whatsoever, and waive any and all causes of action, related to any claims, costs, injuries, losses, or damages of any kind arising out of or in connection with the Contest or delivery, misdelivery, acceptance, possession, use of or inability to use the Prize.

7. Affidavit and Release:

As a condition of being awarded the Prize, the Winner will be required to execute and deliver to Contest Provider a signed Affidavit of Eligibility, which includes an acceptance of these Official Rules and a release of liability. The Affidavit of Eligibility may be submitted by email.

8. Contest and Prize Providers:

Contest provided by Android Police. Prizing provided by NVIDIA. Any questions regarding the Contest should be directed via e-mail to Artem Russakovskii at [email protected].

9. Choice of Law:

The Contest and these Official Rules will be governed, construed and interpreted under the laws of the United States.

10. Miscellaneous:

Entrants agree to be bound by these Official Rules and by the decisions of the Contest Provider, which are final and binding in all respects. Contest Provider reserves the right to change these Official Rules at any time, at its discretion, and to suspend or cancel the Contest or any entrant's participation in the Contest should any causes beyond Contest Provider’s control affect the administration, security or proper play of the Contest or Contest Provider otherwise becomes (as determined by its discretion) unable to run the Contest as planned.

Artem Russakovskii
Artem is a die-hard Android fan, passionate tech blogger, obsessive-compulsive editor, bug hunting programmer, and the founder of Android Police.
Most of the time, you will find Artem either hacking away at code or thinking of the next 15 blog posts.

  • http://royblumenthal.com/portfolio Roy Blumenthal

    Last one was open to South Africa. Why not this one??? Booohooooo!

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      The last one wasn't open to South Africa either. The countries are the same, plus Malaysia, South Africa, and India and minus Argentina.

    • h3llb3nd4

      no South Africa in both competitions...Feeling Blue as always...T.T

      • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

        @h3llb3nd4, after careful consideration, we decided to add South Africa to the list.

        • James Evans

          Since you were good enough to add South Africa, how about including Botswana as well? We're right next door and are part of the same customs union. Shipping would be pretty much the same, too.

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      After careful consideration, we decided to add South Africa to the list.

  • Kareem

    Counting out the UK!

    Nice giveaway either way. Good luck to all.

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      Huh? The United Kingdom is included in the eligibility list. In fact, the XOOM winner was from the UK!

    • http://royblumenthal.com/portfolio Roy Blumenthal

      Artem... You're the dude! Thank you so much for adding South Africa! What a gentleman!

  • Carlos

    Why not Brazil???

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      Brazil and most countries that are not included were mentioned by David in the comments for the XOOM post. http://www.androidpolice.com/2011/04/22/giant-worldwide-giveaway-win-a-free-motorola-xoom-wi-fi-for-doing-close-to-nothing/

    • David Ruddock


      Brazil charges upwards of 80% on importation of these kinds of goods. That means if a person from Brazil (eg, you) were to win, you would have to pay around $600USD for your prize. It's hard to call it a prize when the winner would be forced to pay such an exorbitant sum.

      • Someone

        wow. that's insane. However, Brazil does have a lot of yummie booty... so... it evens out.

        • josh

          Bahahaha yes. Yes it does.

        • Greg

          LMAO this is an awesome post!!!

  • http://About.me/DarknesSx DarknesSx

    i'm so very IN... i might actually win like i always do xD

  • xFKNxWillisx

    Thanks AP!! Great Giveaway!!

  • Lucian

    U have readers from Romania too....why aren't we the list?:(

  • sergiu

    count me in. I'm from Romania, but I have a friend in the US who can ship it to me.

  • ErOR

    Twitter and Facebook, that's doing a lot more then nothing for someone who doesn't have either...

    • http://royblumenthal.com/portfolio Roy Blumenthal

      Yeah! And what about people who don't have computers or smartphones or the internet??? Surely you should change the rules so the Amish can also win!

  • http://fc1032.blogspot.com Brian

    Thanks for these awesome giveaways! You guys are awesome!

  • Tom

    Pick me please........

  • http://www.lusoftware.com.pt Bruno Martins

    And Portugal? :S

  • http://goo-inside.me/ DrMacinyasha

    You know I should get this. Who else will test and release the gapps-gb-3d-20110520-signed.zip package? ;D

  • Tommy

    Entered, done and done!

  • http://www.twitter.com/jox_88 Jox

    Im from Argentina but my sister is a legal resident of the US... Would I be able to enter and have it shipped to her (if im lucky enough to win, of course.)?

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      Sounds fine, as long as you provide a U.S. address for shipping. She will then be responsible for any taxes and import duties to get it to you.

  • Keith

    Thanks for placing Malaysia on the Android world map Artem (I know this isn't how you pronounce your name though :P).


  • http://www.androidlab.it Enrico

    I'm in Italy but i can provvide an US address for the shipping.
    Can I partecipate to the giveaway?

  • Sushruta

    Great to see my country has been included.Fingers crossed.:)

  • Franco

    Here we go again another great comp.I find it refreshing even if i didn't and don't win that a website can do such give-aways.
    It is a simple competition that anyone can win and will im sure help the winner out in some way.
    Well done guys for another comp so soon after the last one and well deserved pat on the back for NVIDIA too for their contribution towards the comp.

  • Klemen

    Why is Slovenia not in the list? You have all the countries surrounding us and we are in the EU so i dont think the customs or any laws could be a problem.

  • https://www.facebook.com/randy.khoo randy khoo

    All of us in Malaysia rejoice.
    About time we win something! lol

  • http://LiyoLabs.etsy.com Lem

    Awesome sauce!
    Cheers to nvidia and you guys!

  • http://technologythroughtheeyesofagirl.blogspot.com Joke

    Did everything! Hope I win!!
    I'm so glad ppl who live in Belgium can enter

  • Joe

    AP, please feel free to hold a giveaway that does NOT involve Facebook or Twitter. I mean seriously guys. Lame.

  • http://cr8rec.twitter.com justin panno

    tegra is the future

  • http://twitter.com/himalaysunuwar Himalay Sunuwar


  • joshptyltd

    I live in NSW Australia, but I was just wondering why Queensland, Victoria, and the ACT aren't included in the list? Great competition by the way!

    • David Ruddock

      Competition laws make it illegal, basically.

  • Azlan A

    Let me Win Please

  • http://www.thewebtricks.com Jagan Mangat

    Fulfilled both the conditions.......Tweet link https://twitter.com/jaganmangat/status/72266787789606912

  • Borche Georgiev

    What about Macedonia ?

  • Saw Lee

    So Malaysia is included in the list?

  • Sul

    as usual no Saudi Arabia T>T

    • David Ruddock

      There is very little English-language material available regarding gaming/promotional law in Arab-speaking countries - we can't offer the contest in a particular region without investigating the law of said region.

  • Juan

    Crap. I'm from Argentina :(

  • Mike

    Why isn't the dark side of the moon on the list??

    • Jox

      Because of the outrageous shipping costs, duh. :P

  • http://think.dj/ thinkdj
  • http://todayontech.com/ Ch

    Done my part! I wanna grab the Slate :D http://twitter.com/sizzler_chetan/status/73102416119201794

  • http://technotip.org SATISH

    Awesome contest.. huge price, little effort to enter!


  • rtimi

    I hope I win, cos the G-Slate is one of the perfect sized screens for a tablet.

  • http://www.talkietech.com Ronald

    I'm ready to wear my funky 3d glasses. Thanks for this opportunity.

  • Adam

    Go for Android &Targa2

  • Awetdonkey
  • http://www.yourdigitalspace.com Swamykant

    I want to be part of it but I can't becoz I am not an American :(

  • http://twitter.com/#!/ChazClout Chaz

    I had to enter! Greed got the better of me.... (blushes)

  • http://www.umarfarukm.com/blog Umarfaruk M

    Wow!! India also... Thanks @AndroidPolice ;)

  • Arun

    I wont win,so I wont participate, thus improving someone's else chance....good luck!!!

  • http://twitter.com/Vjmishra7 Vivek Mishra

    wow... thanks a lot for including India. love you people... yeahhh.. :))

  • Matos

    Portugal is part of the EU (European Union), therefore has the same importing taxes, duties as the other EU countries such as Spain, UK, France, Germany etc.

    give us a chance too :)

  • http://techlounge101.blogspot.com Kevin Tan

    @AndroidPolice Thanks for giving Malaysia a chance to win the G Slate. I'm into Android development so hopefully I have a chance to win this tablet. =)

  • Stephen

    How do "competition laws" make it illegal in Victoria (Australia)? I've never seen an exclusion for Victoria ever. Shame we can't enter if that's the case.

  • http://android pook
    • SunT


      "2) Security

      As users have full control if what they create, there are more security issues. Apple fully regulates what gets on the markets.

      Adv: iOS
      DisAdv: Android
      For WinVista/Win7
      These OS will install Android as a mass storage device. You must uninstall the driver and update to the android driver model."

      iOS can't stand with DDOS atack, iOS can be hacked in few minutes to get access to all your stuff...

      Android is much more secure

  • http://forbiddendreams.wordpress.com Shafeeque

    I am in, hope i win

  • awg_ilyas

    AWESOME! entered!

  • http://About.me/DarknesSx DarknesSx

    So, guys it's June 4th!!!! no winner yet? :(
    Let's see if i might have won by mistake xD

  • Matthew

    Good luck every one.

  • SunT

    I made it 9 hours ago :)

    I hope I will win, I want to make some nasty game, like gothic/witcher... Problem is to optimize every model.

  • Ivette

    Awww I just wanted a g-slatez, I will love to!

  • http://www.thewirelessboysonline.com Chris

    I missed it.. waaa :) Maybe next time!