KitGuru Reader Survey **WIN** Acer Gaming Laptop

OcUK Staff
16 May 2022
The KitGuru Reader Survey lets us understand what your find most interesting and what products you are keen to learn more about in 2024/2025. It takes less than 5 mins to complete and it really helps us to target our efforts. As a thank you to those of you who participate, we are offering a powerful Acer Nitro 16 gaming laptop to one lucky reader. For a chance to win, all you need to do is take our quick survey!

KitGuru surveys are simple – and typically take less than 5 minutes to complete. At the end, you can choose to include your email – for a chance to win the prize – or not.

KitGuru works hard to deliver the content you love – and this survey helps us understand more about the market and what our readers really want to learn more about.

Remember: You can answer as many or as few questions as you like, so feel free to skip any bits that are not relevant to you.

You can do the survey on a smartphone, but it is much quicker/easier on a PC/laptop!

To enter, just CLICK HERE or on the image of the prize below.

Terms and Conditions: This giveaway is open worldwide starting at 12pm on 16th April 2024. Entries must be received by 11:59PM GMT on 3rd May 2024. In compliance with GDPR, we will not collect or store any personal information as part of this competition. Once the winner has been contacted and their prize received, personal details will be deleted from our email servers. Your details will not be shared, we respect your privacy.

KitGuru says: We really appreciate you taking the time to complete this survey. Good luck!
26 Apr 2004
Milton Keynes
Filled in, I actually won one of the Kitguru advent calendar prizes a number of years back so can confirm they're 100% legit with prizes. I've had a few interactions with the guys there. In fact I think the prize I won is still running inside the PCs of my brothers.
Let's just say I think their public interactions are better than their private ones in some cases but at the same time, they're people, and I can understand if they're shall we say focused (never meet your heroes and all that haha).

Glad they keep at it, and glad there is still someone in the tech sphere that isn't a 'one man band' out of the UK, as it feels like sometimes looking at the larger techtubers.
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