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Competition Logic3's i-Station Traveller is the iPod-accessory maker's latest on-the-move out-loud audio offering. You can read Register Hardware's review of the gadget here, but why not try and win one too? We've got 20 of 'em Logic3 tells us we have to give away...

Sturdily made, the i-Station speakers have a folding design where you pull apart the two speakers to form a base for your iPod - or any other MP3 player, for that matter. Plug the player in using the speakers' integrated 3.5mm jack and you're away.

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Powered by four AAA batteries, or a mains adapter, the 32mm neodymium drivers deliver a total of 4W music power, and the whole device weighs a mere 156g. The i-Station Traveller ships in six colours: pink, red, blue, green, silver and black, and the cost is just 20 quid.

How to enter

To enter the Reg Hardware Logic3 i-Station Traveller Competition, simply fill in the form below and click Send. Multiple entries will be disqualified. The winner will be notified by email, so make sure you submit a legitimate address. Respondents who answer the three questions correctly will be entered into a draw from which 20 lucky winners will be selected. Ten runners-up will win Reg T-Shirts. Please select your preferred colour, if you have one. Colour preferences will be met on a first drawn, first served basis, so we regret that can't guarantee every winner will receive their preferred colour. Entries must be received by 17:00 GMT, Friday 23 February 2007.

Good luck!

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Terms and Conditions
The Reg Hardware Logic3 i-Station Traveller Competition is open to all readers of Register Hardware, one entry per reader. No purchase necessary. Multiple or incomplete entries will be disqualified, as will entries from readers' agents or other third-parties. The competition is not open to employees of Situation Publishing, Logic3, their agents or their families. Entries must be accompanied by a valid email address to which a notification requiring confirmation of receipt may be sent. The winner will be announced online, but personal data, including email and postal addresses will not be made public. The Editor's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The Editor reserves the right to substitute any gift, prize or item with a gift, prize or item of equal value should any gift, prize or item prove unavailable due to circumstances beyond the Editor's control. Closing date: Friday, 23 February 2007, 17:00GMT.

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