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Buffalo LinkStation Competition!

At a recent inter-publication pub quiz – run by Buffalo in central London – KitGuru managed to walk away with an embarrassingly large armful of prizes. Looking at the attractive pile made up of a 2TB LinkStation NAS worth over £120 as well as a 4-port hub, mobile mouse, earphones and universal card reader (all surrounded by mini Buffalo squeezies), we decide that the best thing to do was run a competition – so one lucky KitGuru reader will receive ALL of these goodies!

Here's a full prize list and smartphone shot of them in Buffalo's PR offices:-

  • Buffalo LinkStation 510 (2TB)
  • Mobile mouse
  • Earphones
  • 4-port USB hub
  • Universal media reader


Now we can dive into the terms. In order to enter this competition, you will need to email a picture of your current external back up device to [email protected] and include ‘BUFFALO BONANZA‘ in the subject line.

The more entertaining the picture, the better chance you have of winning, so please get creative!

KitGuru will choose a winner on Friday 21st April 2017 and announce the result on Monday 24th April.

Please remember to include a link to your Facebook profile so that we can confirm you are a real person and not a spambot.

All entries must reach us by 11:59 PM (UK time) on the Friday 21st April 2017. All decisions made by KitGuru staff are final. There can only be one entry per reader. This competition is open to European residents only due to shipping limitations.

KitGuru Says: We're looking forward to seeing who has the weirdest/oldest/most bizarre back up device…  Good luck!

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