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Engadget Black Friday giveaways (part 3): T-Mobile Dash!

Ryan Block, @ryan
11.24.06
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It's Black Friday, which for many people means long lines, money lost, and war with your fellow man over this and that gadget. Hopefully not here at Engadget though, we're just gonna give some gear away. This time it's a T-Mobile Dash, just about the hottest smartphone on the US market right now. It features:

  • 2.4-inch transflective TFT display
  • Quad-band GSM / GPRS / EDGE
  • WiFi and Bluetooth
  • 128MB flash, 64MB SDRAM, microSD slot
  • 1.3 megapixel camera
  • myFaves support
  • 960mAh battery (vs 1130mAh on the Moto Q)
  • 4.4 x 2.5 x 0.5-inch body (vs 4.57 x 2.5 x 0.47-inches on Q)
  • 4.2 ounces (vs 4.06 ounces on Q)
Just leave us a comment below, and later today we'll announce the winners. Oh, and do mind the rules:
  • You may only enter for this prize today.
  • You may enter other Engadget contests, however...
  • You may only enter this contest once; if you enter more than once on this particular contest post you'll be automatically disqualified and barred from all future giveaways. (Yes, we have robots that thoroughly check to ensure fairness.) You may enter future Engadget relaunch giveaway contests though!
  • You can only win once.
  • Contest is open ot US residents only.
P.S. -Just in case you miss your chance to win the Dash here, T-Mobile's giving one away every day through Christmas. Check it out over at T-Mobile Dash-a-Day (no relation to hack a day).

P.P.S -Oh, by the way, we were thinking of making this our last Black Friday giveaway. But if we can get to 7,000 entries on the Dash by, say, 11:00PM EST tonight we might be convinced to throw in another Nikon D40 to give away before Black Friday comes to a close. So get entering!

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