For our first Witchdoctor Forums MVP Competition, we’ve got a nifty little QED uPlay Puck Bluetooth receiver worth $199 to give away.
OWNERS OF iPODS, iPhones, iPads or any other Bluetooth-enabled device such as a phone, PDA or computer can use the uPlay to stream music to their audio systems without needing to plug in or dock their devices, so they can control their music from up to 10m away. The sound quality is up there too, because the uPlay is purpose built for audio use. It also supports the latest generation aptX Bluetooth devices, which offer the highest audio quality ever achieved from Bluetooth.
How does the competition work? It’s pretty easy – we’ll pick the Most Valuable Player posting on the Witchdoctor Forums in the next 30 days and the prize is theirs. Simple as that. This has nothing to do with quantity – 10,000 one word posts aren’t going to win anyone anything. Rather it’s all about quality; the poster who really gets involved is going to scoop up this little number with no trouble at all (one post probably won’t cut it though)
The judges’ decision (that’s Kramer, Steel and Baker) will be final. Industry people are welcome to enter but endless posts about the stuff they stock will fail to impress the stern white wig-wearing judging panel.
Our forums are located here. Registration is easy once you answer the cunning question designed to weed out bots. Of course, bots may not enter the competition – they’re very boring.
For more information on the QED uPlay Puck, check out this page.
Thanks to the good blokes at Capisco NZ, the local QED agents for supporting this competition.