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Network equipment - get surveyed, win 60Gb iPod Video!

Prize draw excitement beyond human endurance!

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Reader survey We're running a special survey this week for all those of you who like to get down and dirty with network equipment and would also like the chance to win a 60Gb iPod Video: the "Network Equipment 60Gb iPod Video Prize Draw Survey", as we've rather brilliantly decided to call it.

Regular surveyees will know the score: complete survey, click submit button, await brighter future. In this case, however, there's added spice in the shape of said prize kit which will be dispatched to one lucky pollee chosen at random by our lovingly hand-crafted Network Equipment 60Gb iPod Video Prize Draw Survey algorithm.

Questions range from "Which vendors come to mind when you think of network equipment?" to "How important are the following characteristics when selecting a network equipment vendor?", and we reckon the whole thing will take around 10-15 minutes of your valuable time.

To participate in the draw, you'll need to supply an email address but, as is the local custom, we will not use it for any other purpose or pass it on to third parties.

Enough said. Proceed directly to the survey here, and good luck. ®

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