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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'm an email subscriber.

From Geoff K on August 11, 2010 :: 6:26 am

I’m an email subscriber.  I’d use the LG Monitor in my office at work, which is quite small and cramped - it would be great to have a more economically sized monitor, especially one that will have such amazing clarity when I am working on presentations and designs.  Thanks!

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I am a subscriberardy22 at

From R Hicks on August 11, 2010 :: 7:22 am

I am a subscriber
ardy22 at earthlink dot net

I would use it to edit a lot of videos that I have taken!

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I will use the LG

From kimbly on August 11, 2010 :: 7:33 am

I will use the LG E50 for work. And play. And possibly more play. Okay, realistically….lots of play smile

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Art on a better monitor

From Art on August 11, 2010 :: 9:23 am

Art on a better monitor would be great

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I'd use the monitor to

From Chris Cook on August 11, 2010 :: 9:29 am

I’d use the monitor to help create my own freelance edit suite in my basement.

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Right now I'm looking at

From Small Footprints on August 11, 2010 :: 9:31 am

Right now I’m looking at a small ... very small ... screen.  My eyes hurt, I have a headache ... I really need a better, bigger monitor.  smile

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I would use it for

From Caitlan Ramey on August 11, 2010 :: 9:58 am

I would use it for every day computer use since my husband is using my monitor. I am a graphic designer who does freelance work from home and loves to use the computer to play with pictures of my adorable son! My husband broke his monitor and is a disabled vet so spends alot of time on the computer to continue his education.

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I would use it to

From Deci Worland on August 11, 2010 :: 10:05 am

I would use it to make great things with Photoshop.

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It will be used to

From Paul on August 11, 2010 :: 10:24 am

It will be used to edit photos

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My old monitor is wearing

From Pete B on August 11, 2010 :: 10:27 am

My old monitor is wearing out and getting foggy.  This would be a nice upgrade!

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Our swecond computer has a

From Sue B on August 11, 2010 :: 10:29 am

Our swecond computer has a very small monitor.  We could use a bigger monitor to make using this machine more fun.

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I just recently started up

From Sierra on August 11, 2010 :: 11:17 am

I just recently started up a long term project of making 100 themes worth of comics. If I won this screen, it would make editing my comic pages all the more lucid and easy!

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I already subscribe. Thank

From Roey on August 11, 2010 :: 11:44 am

I already subscribe.  Thank you.

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I would use this to

From wendy wallach on August 11, 2010 :: 11:47 am

I would use this to watch TV on instead of my old CRT!

madamerkf at aol dot com

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I would use it for

From Diane Baum on August 11, 2010 :: 12:00 pm

I would use it for gaming.

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I would use it for

From Anna on August 11, 2010 :: 12:01 pm

I would use it for surfing the net and watching videos!!

Thanks!

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I just signed up. I'd

From Joe Hansen on August 11, 2010 :: 12:39 pm

I just signed up. I’d use the LG LED Monitor for my Flight Sim stuff and Gaming. I am in need of a larger monitor! My old one would go to a friend in need. THANKS for this offer!!!

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I signed up for the

From boister340 on August 11, 2010 :: 12:46 pm

I signed up for the Techlicious newsletter, and am hoping to be so lucky as to win this LED monitor. I’m using a too-small screen now, and this would help me see better for my writing needs. Also, this monitor would see its fair share of movies, no doubt!!

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I would love to have

From Ann M on August 11, 2010 :: 12:48 pm

I would love to have a big monitor for my laptop!

Thanks for offering this great prize.

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I'd use this to watch

From Susan Smith on August 11, 2010 :: 1:07 pm

I’d use this to watch videos and surf the internet

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I would use the LED

From Nikki Davis on August 11, 2010 :: 1:42 pm

I would use the LED monitor on my home computer. The monitor is as ancient as the dinosaurs.

Thank you so much for the entry,
I am an emai subscriber.

Nikki

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I'd use it for to

From Felicia K. on August 11, 2010 :: 1:53 pm

I’d use it for to visit all of my favorite blogs! And I’m a subscriber.

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In short, I'd use it

From kaaren on August 11, 2010 :: 1:54 pm

In short, I’d use it to start the business I’m dreamed of!

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I signed up! If I

From andrea d on August 11, 2010 :: 2:17 pm

I signed up! If I win I would use it to do my daily contest entrys!

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I will use it at

From Linda C. on August 11, 2010 :: 2:23 pm

I will use it at home to see things better.

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I'd use the monitor to

From Elizabeth on August 11, 2010 :: 2:25 pm

I’d use the monitor to look up the information about becoming a new mommy and to WoW.

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I work from home (woo

From Suzanne on August 11, 2010 :: 2:29 pm

I work from home (woo hoo for saving gasoline!) and would use the monitor to edit photos and write!

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What a sleek monitor, and

From DoriOlson on August 11, 2010 :: 2:30 pm

What a sleek monitor, and large! I would give this to my daughter, who really wants this. She’s given me things, and I would like to be able to give back to her. She would use it for business and personal use. She’s on the computer most of the day! I signed up for the Techlicious newsletter.

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I subscribe and would use

From Happi Shopr on August 11, 2010 :: 3:00 pm

I subscribe and would use it to surf the net and watch moviess

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I would use this in

From Chrysa on August 11, 2010 :: 3:01 pm

I would use this in my home business.

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I subscribed and will use

From Debbie on August 11, 2010 :: 3:15 pm

I subscribed and will use the monitor to watch great movies.

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I would use it for

From Tricia on August 11, 2010 :: 3:45 pm

I would use it for my computer that I use in the living room.

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Already a subscriber!It's getting more

From Jesslyn A. on August 11, 2010 :: 3:49 pm

Already a subscriber!

It’s getting more and more difficult to be productive (much less ENJOY) working on/at my computer, mainly because of building momentum of EYE STRAIN - my monitor is anything but user-friendly: the screen size is NOT commensurate with the large space it takes up on my desk and the picture is not sharp causing strain (and I’m beginning to think PERMENANT damage to my already aging eyes!) Winning a monitor of this calibre would be a true godsend (courtesy of Techlicious)

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I subscribed and I would

From Daniel Koucky on August 11, 2010 :: 3:54 pm

I subscribed and I would love a new Monitor, I could finally get rid of that one that only shows green square pixels

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From amy mayer on August 11, 2010 :: 4:12 pm

I would use it to enhance my viewing—especially when trying to read the fine print on so many sites now—my 50+ year old eyes need more help that they used to!

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Guild Wars 2... Here I

From John Kotson on August 11, 2010 :: 4:34 pm

Guild Wars 2… Here I Come!!!

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I would use this monitor

From Roxann on August 11, 2010 :: 5:13 pm

I would use this monitor to replace the dinosaur that I have now. I’m sure I would be able to see things with the brightness and color that they should be seen with!

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I'm a broke college student,

From Samantha on August 11, 2010 :: 5:38 pm

I’m a broke college student, Id watch videos on it, and use it for some entertainment! and to.. of course.. use it for school purposes! college students are always editing photos and videos, using word software as well. And LG is such a good brand. I would put this to use!

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I am a current subscriber

From Joanna Smith on August 11, 2010 :: 5:53 pm

I am a current subscriber to your newsletter.  I plan to use this amazing LG E50 LED Monitor as a replace for our smaller older 19” monitor so I can work on my digital artwork.  I am an artist and I use my original photography files to create my digital art using fractals.  It started out as a hobby, as a passion that I had, and I just recently took the step to attempt to start a small home based business selling my work.  I am still very much in the “red” but have had a lot of positive response to my work & of course some sales.  It would be a dream to have this start of the art monitor so I can really take my inspirations and bring them to life on it.  Not to mention my 3 young children who are totally video game junkies!  This state of the art monitor would be wonderful for them to enjoy their video games on!  Thanks so much for the fantastic chance to enter.  Okay, my fingers are crossed, and wait, so are my arms, toes even my eye are crossed in hopes to win smile)))))

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i am a subscriber and

From susan smoaks on August 11, 2010 :: 6:03 pm

i am a subscriber and i will use it with my desktop

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We just need to update

From latisha depoortere on August 11, 2010 :: 6:19 pm

We just need to update ours soon very nice giveaway thanks for the chance.
tishajean@charter.net

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I recently traded my jumbo

From Rigoberto Flores on August 11, 2010 :: 6:23 pm

I recently traded my jumbo crt monitor, for a Dell flatscreen. The smaller size is great but I’m not really happy with the color or contrast. I would love to try the new LG E50 LED Monitor.

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I would use it in

From Steve M. on August 11, 2010 :: 6:27 pm

I would use it in my office.

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I will use it to

From Michael Goldberg on August 11, 2010 :: 6:36 pm

I will use it to get a wider view of the world.

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I'm a subscriber. I would

From Kathy S on August 11, 2010 :: 6:36 pm

I’m a subscriber. I would use this amazing monitor to upgrade (as a gift to myself) from my 15 1/2” monitor that I now use. This would be quite a luxury, and a joy to watch tv and movies on!

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I subscribe and I would

From Breanne on August 11, 2010 :: 6:38 pm

I subscribe and I would use it to watch movies movies and hook up my xbox to it.

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I would use it with

From Carrie Conley on August 11, 2010 :: 7:01 pm

I would use it with my computer….I might be able to see what I am keying

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Subscribed to the newsletter.I would

From Chrystal on August 11, 2010 :: 7:35 pm

Subscribed to the newsletter.

I would use my new monitor for everyday use, watching movies on Netflix, watching my music videos on iTunes, and editing my home videos and photos.

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Thanks for the giveaway...Subscribed; a

From Brian E. on August 11, 2010 :: 7:40 pm

Thanks for the giveaway…Subscribed; a LG E2350V 23” LED monitor would serve as the main display for my laptop which has a small screen…would make it easier on my eyes !!!

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I am already a subscriber..and

From Justine Pierson on August 11, 2010 :: 7:42 pm

I am already a subscriber..and I would use my new awesome monitor to view music videos and live performance of my fave, the amazing Jack White!

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