Last Chance Offers at Organize your keys or win a Galaxy Tab S 8.4



A few last-chance offers are currently ticking away their final hours at You won’t want to miss your chance to win the excellent Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4, especially when the cost of entry is nothing more than a few minutes of your time.

Submit your email address at and you will have a chance to take home the super slim, ultra hi-res, blazing fast Galaxy Tab S. You are limited to one entry, but you can increase your odd of winning by sharing the contest to your Twitter followers. The cutoff for entry is a little over 24 hours away, so get them in before 11:59PM on April 1st (and that’s not a joke).

As a consolation for those that don’t win we can offer up the KeySmart 2.0 Compact Key Organizer. Don’t be fooled by its name; there is absolutely nothing high-tech about it. It won’t interface with your smartphone, it won’t alert you if you lose it or track your keys via GPS. Nope, it’s just a simple keyring crafted from high quality aluminum and designed to keep you smartly organized. You have 6 more hours to get it for only $16.99.


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  1. An ad for AndroidArea that isn’t a low-price, low-quality product. Interesting. After what I experienced with the Limefuel 20000maH battery pack and heard about the tiny in-ear Bluetooth speaker I’m quite surprised even by a competition for something like this.

    Still doesn’t change the fact that our beloved news site is becoming more and more about its subsidiary’s/affiliate’s product sales than about the tech news we all read it for.

    1. You missed the last paragraph – its an ad, as a consolation prize you have the opportunity to buy one of their wonderful items.

  2. That KeySmart seems pretty cool. Too bad I mainly carry a bunch of car keys that wouldn’t fit. Those bulky car key chips are the price we pay for security.

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