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Win a £1,250 PC Specialist RECOIL II Gaming Laptop in our READER SURVEY! (Closed)

Update: This competition is CLOSED. The winner this time around is… Lorenzo Perego! The winner has been contacted via email and PC Specialist is in the process of shipping off the prize. Thanks to everyone who took part. 

Once a year, we ask our readers to tell us what's hot and what's not in our unique KitGuru reader Survey. This year, PC Specialist has offered up a stunning prize for one lucky participant to win-  a brand new RECOIL II laptop! Powered by an Intel Core i7 processor, 6GB Nvdia GTX 1060 graphics card and booting off a Samsung M.2 NVMe SSD.

PC Specialist's new RECOIL II laptop just launched, combining an Intel 8th Gen processor and Nvidia GTX 10-series graphics for a great on-the-go gaming experience. If you fancy winning one, then we encourage you to spend 5 minutes sharing your thoughts about PC hardware in our reader survey. You'll have the chance to enter your details for the prize draw at the end.

KitGuru works hard to deliver the content you love – and this survey helps us understand what you really want to read more about.

Remember: You can answer as many or as few questions as you like – so feel free to skip bits that are not relevant for you.

You can do the survey on a smartphone – but it is much quicker/easier on a PC/laptop!

To enter, just click here or on the image of the PC Specialist RECOIL II gaming laptop (full details on this amazing prize here).


KitGuru says: We really appreciate you taking the time to complete this survey. You can answer as few or as many questions as you like. We will stop counting on 24th of May and announce the winner within 14 days. Don’t worry, your contact info won't be shared.  Good luck!

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