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If you're one of those people - and let's face it there's a lot of it about - who likes nothing better than a juicy bit of state-of-the-art kit, today might be your lucky day.

Vulture Central has teamed up with GN Netcom to give away the latest GN 9000 Bluetooth headset.

This sexy wireless beast will operate within a range of 30ft from any Bluetooth device with which it is connected. Or, if you don't want to talk to your e-fridge about whether the milk's gone off, it can be plugged into any standard desktop phone.

The GN 9000 comes complete with a desktop base station and lightweight headset with adjustable headband and flexible microphone boom. The headset and base station feature volume and mute buttons and on-line indicators.


For a chance to win the GN 9000, all you have to do is tell us what on earth you think is going on in the photo on the left. The most provocative or amusing entry gets the goods. Try to keep it decent please. If you can't manage that, make sure it's funny.

The deadline for entries is 5.00pm GMT on Friday 1st December. The winner will be announced on Monday 4th December. Mark the subject of your emails 'Bluetooth', and please indicate in your e-mail if you do not want to receive further information from GN Netcom.

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