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Advent Calendar Day 16: Win an Aerocool Cylon RGB Midi Tower PC case

Christmas might be over but we still have a few giveaways lined up to bring in the new year. Today, we are teaming up with Aerocool to give our readers the chance to win an Aerocool Cylon RGB Midi Tower PC case.

These are ‘reviewer’ giveaways, meaning in return for the prizes, we ask that readers share their thoughts with us. These reader reviews will then be shared with others on the site and Facebook page. They don’t need to be super in-depth or as detailed as our own reviews, but a summary of your thoughts would be appreciated by not just us, but by readers as well. If you can take some pictures, all the better.

Today we are giving away the Aerocool Cylon RGB Midi Tower PC case. It is one of the nicest looking mid-tower cases around right now, with a sleek, black design, an RGB strip on the front of the case, a PSU shroud to hide your cables and plenty of room for components. You can see more in the gallery below:

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We are running this competition through our Facebook page, so all you need to do is head over to THIS POST and let us know that you’re interested in reviewing. We will pick a winner tomorrow morning as we roll out the next mystery giveaway.

UPDATE: This competition is now closed. The winner is Kieran Illingworth. If you didn't win this time, then keep an eye out because we have more giveaways going up each day right up until the 4th of January! Over the next 24 hours we are giving away a Sharkoon Shark Zone K20 gaming keyboard.

KitGuru Says: Good luck to everyone entering!

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