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Win a Sony Tablet S in our 2011 Media Usage survey

15-minute survey - with super prize!

PC Advisor is running its 2011 Media Usage survey, quizzing you on your Internet browsing habits and media consumption. We're interested in learning more about how you view and share technology-related content and information. And you could win one of the latest, greatest Android tablets worth £400!

Your feedback will help us to more closely align our services with your needs, so give us a hand by taking the survey!

Take the 2011 PC Advisor Media Usage survey

The survey is around 15 minutes in length, so do it in your coffee break or at home – but there's a reward, our way of saying thanks for sharing your time with us: one lucky PC Advisor reader who completes the survey will win a Sony Tablet S, worth £400.

As you read in our Sony Tablet S review this very latest Android tablet goes well beyond the basics, and shows that Sony has lost none of its innovation or design flair. We think it really can rival Apple’s iPad 2.

The Tablet S brims with additional hardware and software tweaks that set it apart from the rest of the competition. For example, Sony added its own software algorithm to the touch screen's firmware to analyse finger movement and improve responsiveness.

You've got to be an UK resident aged 18 years or older to be eligible to win the Sony Tablet S; at the end of the survey all you have to do is give us your email.

First name out of the digital hat wins the prize!

Win a Sony Tablet S Android tablet

Take the 2011 PC Advisor Media Usage survey


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