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LG E50 LED Monitor Back-to-school Giveaway!

by on July 29, 2010
in Cameras and Photography, Giveaways, Computers and Software, Computers & Accessories, Computer Monitors, Back to School, Organization :: 367 comments

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Giveaway sponsored by LG

Congratulations to John S. of Orlando, FL for winning the LG monitor!

We're sure your grandson will love it for playing games!

LG E2350V LCD monitorGetting ready for back-to-school? We are giving away a terrific LG E2350V 23" LED monitor (MSRP $329) that is perfect for the college dorm room or home office.

This 23-inch model features Full HD 1080p resolution, a 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and LED backlighting, which provide deeper blacks, richer color and overall premium picture performance for students who use their computers for watching movies, playing video games and of course, working on the latest writing or graphics editing project.

LG E2350V LCD monitor side viewAside from stunning picture quality, the E50-line boasts a thin design so it fits easily on virtually any desktop and enhances the surroundings with its sleek silhouette.

Long hours editing are literally made less painful as the E50 incorporates the Auto Bright feature, which optimizes brightness to reproduce a crisp, clear image without causing eye strain. With the Dual Web feature, students can multitask easier when researching and writing papers as the monitor automatically calibrates the window size to divide the screen to view multiple Web pages and run Microsoft Office™ at the same time.

For the environmentally conscious students and moms and dads out there, 90 percent of the materials and parts used to make this ENERGY STAR® rated monitor can be reused or recycled at the end of the product’s useful life, reducing the amount of materials sent to landfills. And the LG E50-line uses up to 45 percent less power than previous LG standard LCD models.

To enter for a chance to win:

  1. Sign-up for our free Techlicious newsletterbe sure to provide a valid email address when you sign-up (the same one used for your comment) so we can contact you if you win. Already a subscriber? Skip to step 2!
  2. Once you have subscribed, tell us in a comment below how you will use your new LG LED Monitor!

Maximum of one entry per person. The giveaway will end at 11:59pm on August 11th, 2010.

Official Rules

We will randomly select one (1) winner from the entries. No purchase is necessary to win. Void where prohibited. U.S. residents only. Click here for the full rules.

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I'll use my new LG

From Raymond Saunders on July 29, 2010 :: 11:18 am

I’ll use my new LG E2350V 23” LED monitor to work from home!


Well after a month of

From Evelyn Wackett on July 29, 2010 :: 11:21 am

Well after a month of not having my new laptop (the DVD/CD drive was busted) after only having it for a year. Why do these things go? Especially when you hardly use them!

I would love a new monitor.

Eve W.


I will use my new

From Adrian S. on July 29, 2010 :: 11:24 am

I will use my new LG E2350V 23” LED monitor for video editing - I will finally get to work on those videos we filmed last year and hopefully have DVDs ready for Christmas. Could really use the widescreen with its increase real estate, it will definitely be a step up from my 19” EIZO.


I'd use it for everyday

From Frank Jung on July 29, 2010 :: 11:24 am

I’d use it for everyday computer use, and especially for watching movies, tv shows, and playing games.


I am using an old

From Gary on July 29, 2010 :: 11:25 am

I am using an old 19” CRT now ... a 23” LCD is the perfect upgrade for me.


I play alot of first

From Teresa S on July 29, 2010 :: 11:26 am

I play alot of first shooter games, this is what I’d use it for. Awesome.


I'll use it to oogle

From David on July 29, 2010 :: 11:27 am

I’ll use it to oogle and ah over how great all the websites look!


LG is the best line

From Bruce Fontaine on July 29, 2010 :: 11:27 am

LG is the best line for monitors, forget Sony and Samsung.
I would use the LG LED Monitor with our dining room laptop setup.
Yes, the dining room. It’s for guest access when they visit.


My son would steal it

From Linda Kish on July 29, 2010 :: 11:35 am

My son would steal it from me to use for gaming online.


Ah, it would be lovely

From Marion Skydancer on July 29, 2010 :: 11:43 am

Ah, it would be lovely to actually be able to view the films and movies in something approaching theater quality. Since I cannot go to theaters, I have to view all the new films at home when they come out on disc.


My son, Zeb, will be

From Julia R. Boykin on July 29, 2010 :: 11:47 am

My son, Zeb, will be a freshman in college next month.  Our family of 7 is always updating technology due to the age span of 7 - 76.  The LG LED Monitor will be a great help in providing back to school necessities for him and our other family members.  We are plan to purchase a laptop.  Just waiting on the money before school starts!


I would use the LG

From veetech1 on July 29, 2010 :: 11:49 am

I would use the LG LED monitor to convince my husband to use
our desktop again since we recently had to spend about $314 dollars to get rid of a bad viral infection that infected our operating system!! He refuses to make any adjustments to the computer now, yet he’s having trouble seeing the tiny font.


Already subscribing to Techlicious newsletter...I

From Linda on July 29, 2010 :: 11:50 am

Already subscribing to Techlicious newsletter…I would love to use the LG monitor to keep up to date on electronics by reading the Techlicious newsletter and news on the website.


I will use it to

From Carol Bonds on July 29, 2010 :: 12:08 pm

I will use it to work at home and give my kid’s a place to work on homework, etc.


I will use it for

From Bob Mundy on July 29, 2010 :: 12:46 pm

I will use it for EVERYTHING!!! Working on my computer….saying with friends and family around the globe…watching movies…...recording…....EVERYTHING !!!!!


My first task would be

From Jacob LaFountaine on July 29, 2010 :: 12:49 pm

My first task would be to play a Blu-ray movie on it and see how well it does


My youngest of four boys

From Susan on July 29, 2010 :: 1:13 pm

My youngest of four boys is entering his senior year in high school with a demanding schedule of in school classes and a full schedule AP online classes.  This is new to him and the LG E2350V 23” LED monitor would be a welcome addition for him as he readies himself for college with a degree in Egyptology.  How wonderful for him to utilize the technology of updated resolution and vivid colors as he is able to view an old world a world away with this thin LED monitor. Thank you in advance!


i would use it for

From ruby JANIK on July 29, 2010 :: 1:30 pm

i would use it for every day use as my eyes are not as good as they used to be.


I would use it in

From Char on July 29, 2010 :: 1:37 pm

I would use it in my bedroom. That monitor is so skinny, it might give me a complex though, lol.


I would use it in

From Clark on July 29, 2010 :: 1:39 pm

I would use it in my office. Thank you.


I'd use it to play

From Angela Marion on July 29, 2010 :: 2:14 pm

I’d use it to play Sims 3!


This seems like a great

From Aleta Walther on July 29, 2010 :: 2:32 pm

This seems like a great way to put more info in front of my husband. His vision’s not so good, and a bigger screen means bigger letters, right?


23" would be awesome! Not

From Cathy Wallace on July 29, 2010 :: 2:56 pm

23” would be awesome! Not only would I enjoy the better quality but the grandson would love playing his games on it. Thanks for a great giveaway.


This would be perfect for

From Steve Shochet on July 29, 2010 :: 3:16 pm

This would be perfect for watching HULU.COM, which is just not quite high enough res to display on the 58” tv.


This would be perfect for

From Some Lucky Dog (Cindy) on July 29, 2010 :: 3:57 pm

This would be perfect for photo ediing! I’m a subscriber!


This would be a perfect

From sgs on July 29, 2010 :: 4:12 pm

This would be a perfect upgrade for my son’s CRT.  Thanks!


This would be a great

From Michelle on July 29, 2010 :: 4:13 pm

This would be a great replacement for the Dell monitor I have now which isn’t as big.


subscriber. I'll use it

From Sarah L on July 29, 2010 :: 4:14 pm

subscriber.  I’ll use it for being able to make things bigger for my failing eyesight.  Thanks for the contest.


We have five laptops in

From Erin Walsh on July 29, 2010 :: 4:45 pm

We have five laptops in our house, and everyone laughs that I’m still very much attached to my faithful desktop. They won’t be laughing that hard when I’m showing off my new 23” monitor.

So I’d definitely be using it for shock and awe.


i would use my new

From Jackie H on July 29, 2010 :: 5:40 pm

i would use my new monitor to lord it over my daughter with her tiny little baby monitor that i now have that would be hers..


I will gladly retire my

From laurie damrose on July 29, 2010 :: 6:03 pm

I will gladly retire my 10 year old DELL monitor ,which is the dinosaur of computer monitors.YOU TUBE and the rest of the net will look so sweet on this bigger,slimmer monitor.


We will use the LG

From Tim Phillips on July 29, 2010 :: 6:31 pm

We will use the LG Monitor for my son’s PC for his homework.  Such as viewing high resolution photos for science, geography, etc., online textbooks and school based and/or related video and for those dreaded school essays using OpenOffice.  He would also use it to view movies and other video in his spare time.  He would be ecstatic about winning it.
Thank you Techlicious!


fyi, I'm a subscriber =)

From Tdrom on July 29, 2010 :: 6:34 pm

fyi, I’m a subscriber =) I have never owned a desktop computer, so I would definitely like to have this LG monitor so it could be a better incentive for me to invest in a desktop computer that would provide some relief from using a cramped workspace with my laptop for hours of prototyping. Thank you in advance!


I would give it to

From Fox on July 29, 2010 :: 7:01 pm

I would give it to my son who is starting computer programming in school.


I would use it watch

From EricW on July 29, 2010 :: 7:29 pm

I would use it watch p*rn!


I'm attending an art school

From JoshC on July 29, 2010 :: 8:16 pm

I’m attending an art school and would use this awesome monitor to push my digital art creations to new heights.


I would use the monitor

From Lea on July 29, 2010 :: 8:16 pm

I would use the monitor to edit photos from my new camera that I ordered, and for graphic design and schoolwork.


I could clear up some

From tpnoser on July 29, 2010 :: 8:50 pm

I could clear up some space on my desk.  Well, probably not, but I’d have room for more stuff on my desk.


I basically use my small

From styleezta on July 29, 2010 :: 9:00 pm

I basically use my small monitor to watch tv and movies online but with this new HUGE one I would be in HEAVEN!!


I would love to have

From susan j. on July 29, 2010 :: 9:16 pm

I would love to have a bigger screen to view my photos and home movies.


It would go to the

From Thomas I. on July 29, 2010 :: 9:26 pm

It would go to the boy and his techie stuffs.


I'm a subscriber to the

From Christina on July 29, 2010 :: 10:10 pm

I’m a subscriber to the newsletter!  And I think it would be grand to see movies on this new 23 inch screen!


I have never owned a

From jim on July 29, 2010 :: 10:38 pm

I have never owned a flat screen all my friends have them just can’t afford to buy one so it would be nice to win one I am tired of using the old crt monitors so count me in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


This would be great to

From Laura on July 29, 2010 :: 10:51 pm

This would be great to use with my laptop.


I would love to win

From Delorce Clark on July 29, 2010 :: 11:07 pm

I would love to win this monitor. Thanks!


I already am a subscriber

From Joyce on July 29, 2010 :: 11:54 pm

I already am a subscriber to your newsletter. Thanks for offering this great giveaway! I will use this to replace an old CRT monitor that we use in our home office!  jgs0925(at)gmail(dot)com


Two words: Up Grade! from

From Mark/CharmCity on July 30, 2010 :: 1:04 am

Two words: Up Grade! from a skinny 19”


Well to be honest I'm

From Edin Ahmedagic on July 30, 2010 :: 6:27 am

Well to be honest I’m due for an upgrade but I think this one I’d have to gift-wrap and have it as a surprise for my wife instead. LG products are too good to have me abuse them!


I'd use the 23 inch

From BrianO on July 30, 2010 :: 9:07 am

I’d use the 23 inch LG LED monitor for bragging purposes, and perhaps a bit of revenge, as my two friends only have 21 inch LCD monitors and have been making fun of me for my 19 inch CRT monitor for quite some time now! wink


If I won and was

From Henry Lum on July 30, 2010 :: 10:03 am

If I won and was to use the LG E50 , I would use it in various ways. I would definitely use it to view all of my blu ray movies , dvds and videos ... IN HD! There is no way , I’m going to miss out and not test out the monitor by gaming. If I get the LG E50 , I will also use it to play on my PC games , like Call of Duty and other 3D games that are coming out this year. There’s a Backlighting ehh? one word ...
AWESOME! To put it on the test , I would use the monitor and watch movies in the dark , with my lovely girlfriend. I never had a LED monitor before so , if I get the monitor - it will most likely going to be my “main” monitor that I use for everything.


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