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Win NAS kit for Raspberry Pi 4 with SunFounder

Win a NAS kit from SunFounder!

Thanks to SunFounder, I have one NAS kit to give away to a lucky person from the UK or USA. If you want to know more about this kit – take a look at the review. As usual, I will find a creative way to pick the winner from in my live stream.

Congratulations to Ed D for winning the giveaway!

The giveaway is open until 7th June 2020 and all you need is your email address to enter – please see the Google Form below! If you are interested, you can get the kit from the link below as well.

I wish good luck to you all!

Buy SunFounder Raspberry Pi NAS

Buy it using these links to support NotEnoughTech.

Giveaway Terms
One NAS kit provided and shipped by SunFounder
Shipping to UK and USA only
One entry per person
Winner must agree to his personal details being shared with SunFounder for the purpose of delivery.
All personal details are deleted with the giveaway’s end, unless participant opted into email subscription.

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