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Competition Shuttle's XPC X200M micro media centre system won our applause when we reviewed it earlier this year, and now you have the chance to try it out for yourself. Shuttle is giving an X200M away to one lucky Register Hardware reader.

Shuttle X200

The X200M on offer packs in a 1.6GHz Intel Core Duo processor, 2GB of 667MHz memory and a 250GB hard drive ready for your music, videos and photos. Belying its compact casing, the X200M also packs in a four-in-one card reader, DVD burner and a digital and analog TV tuner. It runs Windows Vista Home Premium and can be used from a distance thanks to the bundled remote control.

And thanks to Shuttle's legendary system design, the X200M is easily upgradeable and ready to take new processors, more memory, a bigger hard drive in future.

Shuttle X200 screen

This little beauty - worth £828 - can be yours. Just fill in the form below fully - you can find the answers here and in our review - and click Send.

How to enter

To enter the Register Hardware Shuttle XPC X200M Competition, simply complete the form below and click Send. The first name drawn at random out of the Editor's hat will be notified by email, so make sure you submit a legitimate email address. Your entry must be in by Midnight BST, Friday 18 May 2007.

This competition has now closed

Terms and Conditions

The Register Hardware Shuttle XPC X200M Competition is open to all readers of Register Hardware, one entry per reader, one entry per household. 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, Shuttle, 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 winners 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. The X200M is provided without peripherals. It does not inlcude a monitor. The competition ends on Friday, 18 May at 11:59pm BST.

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