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Competition We've got a beast of a laptop to give away for free as part of our Reg Hardware competition.

If you're looking for something that packs a punch and half, this should be just the fillip. It's the afore mentioned Samsung RF711 17.3in Core i7 which should be more than enough wallop for most of your needs.

It'll take approximately 1 minute of your time to stand a chance of bagging this baby. Just point your intertubes in this direction, answer the questions and bobs your uncle.

For a bit of a headstart, you might want to have a quick chew on this – it's Reg Hardware's review of the laptop in question – which will give you a few pointers on the answers. Not that they're particularly challenging mind.

The competition closes on Tuesday 31st July, and we'll be making the draw shortly after. What are you waiting for, go, go, go. Best of luck.

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