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UE Wonderboom giveaway, last chance to enter

FutureFive's Wonderboom giveaway closes this week!

UE has kindly sponsored us with this little powerhouse and it comes in lilac.

If you are keen on this epic little speaker you have until Wednesday to enter.

All you need to do to enter the draw is email us the craziest adventure you'd take your Wonderboom on (in 25 words or less) at jp@techday.com.

The winner will randomly be drawn on Thursday, July 13.

Here’s a quick overview of the Wonderboom

  • 10 hours of battery life.
  • Can be immersed in water up to one meter.
  • Bluetooth syncing.
  • Drop-proof from up to five feet.
  • Crisp and clear sound quality.

Note, all entries will be added to our newsletter mailing list.

The Newsletter is your key to keeping up to date with all of the latest tech, gaming and consumer product news.

You can check out the full Wonderboom review on FutureFive.

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