Win a genuine full-size Intel™® Gold Bunny Suit!
Impress all your friends, totally...
Competition The Register is pleased to announce the competition of the year, nay the millennium, when that starts. Wondering what you will wear to the next fancy dress party, or just want to be noticed around town? Want to impress your partner? Well, we have the answer..... Following our story Seven alternative uses for an Intel Bunny Suit, Intel has generously donated a Genuine Gold* Bunny Suit, which we will give to the winner of the competition. We emphasise that this bunny suit is not one of the real suits used in Intel fabrication plants world-wide, but like the ones used in its successful BunnyPeople™ ad campaign which ran on TV and in other media for several years. The kit includes a gold suit, gold helmet with a black visor, gloves and boot covers. There's only one size of suit available (adult), so if it doesn't fit your build, sorry. The Register will cover the costs of shipping the suit worldwide, and will also offer six runner up prizes of Register baseball caps, just like those shown here. All you need to do to win this absolutely fab prize is to complete the following four questions correctly, and give a witty answer to question number 5. 1. What is Moore's Law? 2. What year was the first Intel x.86 processor introduced? 3. How many transistors are there in the latest Intel Pentium(®) lll Processor ? 4. What completes this Register tagline: "The only good endian is...."? (you can find it in our archive) Show some initiative for question no.5 5. Complete the following tie-breaker sentence in no more than 10 words: "I am gagging for an Intel Bunny Suit because..." Entry is strictly limited to one entry per person, and the decision of the judges is final. The closing date for the competition is 31 January 2000. Entries are welcome from all our readers worldwide. Entries from employees of Intel or its affiliates, or employees of The Register or its affiliates are not eligible. But the competition is open to all other readers. To avoid congestion on our own Register email system, we've set up a shell account. Please email your answers to email@example.com. * It's not real Gold!
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