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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.
 

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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 could definately use this....

From eileen06 on August 01, 2010 :: 4:16 am

I could definately use this….

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ooops forgot to say what

From eileen06 on August 01, 2010 :: 4:18 am

ooops forgot to say what I would use it for….I want to go back to school and get my nursing degree so a great monitor like this would help me do all the on line stuff I need to do.

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I would love to win

From Steve on August 01, 2010 :: 5:42 am

I would love to win this and upgrade from my 19” monitor.

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My husband's monitor does not

From Sydney Mathis on August 01, 2010 :: 8:20 am

My husband’s monitor does not need to be as archaic as he.  This would bring him more into the 21st century!

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I will use it when

From Heather Simone on August 01, 2010 :: 8:54 am

I will use it when I work at home

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I'll use it at home.

From Mike Bulin on August 01, 2010 :: 9:19 am

I’ll use it at home.  Thanks for the chance to win. mike

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I will use it to

From Constance L on August 01, 2010 :: 9:20 am

I will use it to play my HD games on my computer.

constancelavery at msn dot com

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do some PC gaming

From Kyl Neusch on August 01, 2010 :: 9:55 am

do some PC gaming

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would love to have my

From amy p on August 01, 2010 :: 10:21 am

would love to have my hubby spend some more time at home so this would allow him to do so.

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You are already a member

From Linda Lansford on August 01, 2010 :: 11:07 am

You are already a member of the Techlicious mailing list

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I willl use it for

From Linda Lansford on August 01, 2010 :: 11:09 am

I willl use it for school

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My small monitor just started

From Rick Bryant on August 01, 2010 :: 11:17 am

My small monitor just started going grey from top towards the bottom and is no longer bright. What a great replacement!!! And bigger to boot!

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Would use this in the

From John OBrien on August 01, 2010 :: 12:09 pm

Would use this in the family room - shared use computer, so we can all benefit.

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I would use the LG

From Elkaye on August 01, 2010 :: 12:53 pm

I would use the LG monitor to replace an old CRT monitor that is taking up way too much space.

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I'll use it as my

From Homero Gutierrez on August 01, 2010 :: 1:10 pm

I’ll use it as my new monitor, current is starting to flicker.

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get rid of my old

From david basile on August 01, 2010 :: 1:23 pm

get rid of my old glass tube play with some editing software

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I will use this beautiful

From Jeff on August 01, 2010 :: 2:13 pm

I will use this beautiful monitor to surf to techlicious.com ...

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This would be part of

From Joseph G. Abbatello on August 01, 2010 :: 3:30 pm

This would be part of a dual monitor setup for work at home (and frankly a bit of fps gaming)

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I'd use it to clear

From Mary McLure on August 01, 2010 :: 4:06 pm

I’d use it to clear up desk space for my kids to work on the computer (instead of over sized CRT) and their school work at the same time and maybe for photo editing for me.

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I will use this with

From Ralph on August 01, 2010 :: 4:18 pm

I will use this with my laptop to get a bigger view of things!

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I am already a subscriber.

From Horace on August 01, 2010 :: 5:01 pm

I am already a subscriber.  I will be replacing an old CRT monitor.  It would be great to see the digital world with such sharp and vibrate colors.

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I'm already a subscriber and

From Stacy on August 01, 2010 :: 5:36 pm

I’m already a subscriber and would give this awesome monitor to my daughter.  She is currently using a very OLD HUGE monitor to do her schoolwork.

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I would use it for

From Gale Cox on August 01, 2010 :: 6:35 pm

I would use it for all my computing. And it would take up less desk space/ I love it. My current monitor is the size of a 20 year old 19” TV.

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I would use the monitor

From BW on August 01, 2010 :: 7:05 pm

I would use the monitor as a second monitor hooked up to my laptop.

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From Henry Holt on August 01, 2010 :: 7:09 pm

need a bigger screen for ease of reading

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My grandson would love it

From John Stetson on August 01, 2010 :: 7:17 pm

My grandson would love it for his games

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I would use this on

From Ellie Wright on August 01, 2010 :: 7:22 pm

I would use this on my main PC. Maybe my aging eyes could actually see details on it.

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MOVIES, GAMES CHARTS

From BILL STROZ on August 01, 2010 :: 7:32 pm

MOVIES, GAMES CHARTS

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My spouse always mentions about

From Ms. T on August 01, 2010 :: 8:03 pm

My spouse always mentions about getting a bigger monitor mainly for games..

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I would use it to

From Jill L on August 01, 2010 :: 8:23 pm

I would use it to work on my years of photos that i keep putting off.

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To view my photos and

From Timmy on August 01, 2010 :: 9:06 pm

To view my photos and home movies!

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I would use it as

From richard t. on August 01, 2010 :: 10:49 pm

I would use it as a replacement for my office PC monitor - it’s old and small and hard to see sometimes.

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I'd use it to endorse

From KD Munoz on August 01, 2010 :: 11:23 pm

I’d use it to endorse local business by ensuring I go crosseyed looking at it all day thus sending me in for glasses! smile

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For me I think this

From Neil on August 01, 2010 :: 11:34 pm

For me I think this monitor would be used both for work and play.  With full 1080p resolution it would be great for watching streaming high def. movies and playing back DVDs and Blu-ray movies, but I also think it would be great for more mundane task such as viewing and editing large spreadsheets.

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I would use my monitor

From John Diggs on August 02, 2010 :: 1:38 am

I would use my monitor for all of my college assignments like essays and speeches. I am also a Computer Science major so I would use my monitor to write the programs I am assigned. When I’m not doing school work I would use my monitor to create and edit Animated Music Videos as well as drafting.

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I'd use it to replace

From andiechan on August 02, 2010 :: 2:16 am

I’d use it to replace the 15-year-old monitor that takes up my whole desk. Heh.

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23 inh viewing on digital

From Bernard Bogdanowicz on August 02, 2010 :: 3:09 am

23 inh viewing on digital set exceeds and supercedes pre existing format!

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One of the things my

From Deborah R on August 02, 2010 :: 9:26 am

One of the things my new LG E50 LED Monitor will help me do is write draft grant proposals for our local library’s fundraising group.

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for writing papers and studying

From Brandlyn on August 02, 2010 :: 10:14 am

for writing papers and studying for exams.

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Need a bigger monitor to

From roger whittaker on August 02, 2010 :: 1:07 pm

Need a bigger monitor to use with my laptop.

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From donna on August 02, 2010 :: 1:12 pm

please and thank you

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I would give the new

From Mary Marlatt on August 02, 2010 :: 1:26 pm

I would give the new monitor to my husband. I got a new one for Christmas (from my mom) and he has been jealous ever since!!

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I'm a graphic design student,

From Holland Riedel on August 02, 2010 :: 1:48 pm

I’m a graphic design student, and will use the monitor for schoolwork, and professional designwork!

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I am already a subscriber.

From ag on August 02, 2010 :: 2:13 pm

I am already a subscriber.  Will use it screen my vidoes

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Will use it to sort

From den on August 02, 2010 :: 2:15 pm

Will use it to sort my photos.  I am already a subscriber.

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It would replace my ancient

From Reginald S on August 02, 2010 :: 7:05 pm

It would replace my ancient 18” monitor that causes me eyestrain when trying to watch movies, look at photos, etc.

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With an LG 23" LED-backed

From Joseph Stowell on August 02, 2010 :: 8:33 pm

With an LG 23” LED-backed LCD full HD computer monitor I would be able to watch movies in brilliant high definition and work on my computer without wearing glasses.  Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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I would use it for

From Christine on August 02, 2010 :: 9:03 pm

I would use it for everything, surfing the web, watching movies and it would be a sweet replacement for the old monitor I have now.  Thank you for the chance!

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Thank you for the chance

From Andrea on August 02, 2010 :: 11:08 pm

Thank you for the chance to win the LG monitor.. I would use it for my everyday computer uses.. from shopping to business. smile

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I'm already a subscriber. A

From wcc on August 03, 2010 :: 3:11 am

I’m already a subscriber. A netbook is currently my main computer due to lack of funds, so I would plug this gorgeous monitor into it so I won’t have to squint at such a small screen anymore. Thanks for the chance! smile

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