Last Updated: April 11th, 2013

Congratulations to Erin B. and Jason S., our winners in this contest!

A long time ago (about three years ago, actually), at a keyboard somewhere in or around San Francisco, Android Police's first post was written. In the three years since that article, a lot has happened. We've put together a great team, and we're extremely proud of the news we post each and every day. We're also very thankful to have you, our loyal readers. Android Police really wouldn't be possible without you.


And if you're a regular reader, you know we do a lot of giveaways here already. But hey, three years of AP is a fantastic excuse to do some more, right? We've teamed up with our good friends at NVIDIA to make that happen. Now, we aren't going to make you jump through hoops to enter (this is a thank you to our readers, after all), but I'd be remiss not to give the Tegra team a shout-out for providing the goodies in this particular giveaway. You can follow NVIDIA Tegra on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

We're going to be holding five Tegra-themed giveaways over the next week (with even bigger giveaways to come), and today we're starting with a Nexus 7 3G (with AT&T SIM) and a Toshiba Excite 7.7 - two truly awesome tablets.

Entering is really, really simple - just leave a comment on this post, and use the Rafflecopter widget below to confirm your entry. That's it.

Eligible countries for this giveaway are: USA (Excluding Puerto Rico and its Other Territories And Possessions), Canada (Excluding Quebec), 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.

Good luck everyone!

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David Ruddock
David's phone is whatever is currently sitting on his desk. He is an avid writer, and enjoys playing devil's advocate in editorials, and reviewing the latest phones and gadgets. He also doesn't usually write such boring sentences.

  • DannyBiker

    I can't only feel sad that such a massive giveaway campaign was not global. I understand that it's not up to Android Police but they build it up so much on G+ that I can't help to feel left out of the picture, especially with that weird countries selection :
    "We are making this massive giveaway that will blow your mind !......but just don't speak French or Spanish. They are stupid languages anyway."

  • http://www.facebook.com/larryjasonstorey Jason Storey

    Thanks AP. RESPONDED!!!