PC Pro Competition (Issue 186)
Your chance to win a feature-packed storage station, Corel's latest video and photo software, and even a waterproof camera.
Synology DiskStation DS210j
Whether you want a convenient place to back up all your data, to store all your media files, or even to share documents over the internet, the Synology Disk Station DS210j is ready to step in. All you have to do is add one or two hard disks to get up to 4TB of storage. Two disks can be set up with RAID0 (striping) for better performance or RAID1 (mirroring) for data protection. Once installed, the Disk Station's 800MHz processor, 128MB of DDR2 RAM and Gigabit LAN port ensure that access to your files is always fast.
We have three to give away, worth £170 each.
GE G3WP waterproof digital camera
GE's G3WP is waterproof down to a depth of 3m, making it the perfect camera to take to the beach or pool on holiday, or simply for taking shots in the rain. As well as being tough, it's capable of taking great pictures too. A 2.7in LCD screen makes it easy to frame shots, while the 4x optical zoom and 12-megapixel sensor deliver more detail than most people will ever need.
We have two cameras to give away, worth £140 each.
Corel Digital Studio 2010 multimedia suite
Corel Digital Studio 2010 brings together simple photo and video editing, DVD burning and video playback. It's so easy to use that once you've learnt how to do one task, you'll know how to do them all. Using Digital Studio 2010, you can make one-click fixes to your photos and videos, create your own photo books and slideshows, and make home movies. Your photos and videos can then be shared with friends and family via websites such as YouTube or Facebook, or simply burnt to disc.
We have five copies to give away, worth £60 each.
Competition is now closed
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