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DT Giveaway: Win some awesome tech in honor of CES 2017

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It is 2017 and Digital Trends is kicking off the year in style. In honor of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), our first ever booth at the big event, and our 3-day livecast from Las Vegas, we’re giving away several of our favorite tech items to four lucky readers. You can enter below for a chance to win an Amazon Echo Dot, Apple Watch, Apple iPad Mini, or Q-Jays Anniversary Edition Earphones. You can even up  your chances of winning with nine ways to enter.

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This year's E3 officially kicks off in Los Angeles on Tuesday, June 12, and runs through Thursday, June 14, and we can expect a number of related events before and after the Expo. E3 is like Christmas for gamers, and to celebrate the festivities, Digital Trends is giving you a chance to win one of three awesome prizes before the main event. Read on to find out more about the prizes and how to enter the contest.

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The phenomenon that is Star Wars is so ingrained in our culture that finding someone who hasn't watched a Star Wars movie is like discovering a unicorn. It even has its own holiday. May the 4th, better known as Star Wars Day, has become a day of pride for all fans of the galaxy, far, far away. Some people dress up, some people binge-watch the movies, but here at Digital Trends, we're all about the gadgets. We've partnered with SaberForge, one of the premier lightsaber builders on the planet, to give a young Jedi a stunning light weapon, The Crystal Saber MPP Mk1 Double Reveal. You can enter the giveaway at the bottom of the post.

SaberForge was founded in 2008, when founder and CEO, Phillip Isherwood started building sabers in his garage and selling them on eBay. Today, the company has a massive showroom outside Portland, Oregon, where you can peruse dozens of custom-machined LED sabers. The company has around 80 pre-built models to choose from, but the real kicker is that from pommel to point, each piece of a saber can be chosen individually, creating a unique lightsaber built to order. Isherwood stated that the company is now selling over 10,000 units per year. That's a lot of young Padawans.

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We took both the turntable ($250) and speakers ($200) for a spin and for an entry-level priced record player, the sound and quality are much bigger than the price point. Music played on the record player was deep and smooth with excellent clarity. Not to mention the beautiful walnut finish on the solid audiophile-grade cabinet. There was low distortion, sparkling treble, and strong bass across the records we listened to, from Broadway to Drake. The built-in preamp on the RT81 will allow you to listen to your #RSD18 records right out of the box, plugging directly into the speakers with some RCA cables.

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