From Old School to Tech Cool

Do you have some old tech lying around? Do you think your old tech qualifies you for an upgrade? Show us a photo of your best retro tech for a chance to win the Panasonic Viera ST60, which CNET editors gave 5 stars!

Back in April something happened here at CNET that has never happened before: a TV was given a perfect 5 stars, as well as an Editors' Choice Award. We don't throw around "Spectactular" reviews all willy nilly, so this was a big deal. Such a big deal in fact, we decided to give our users a chance to win* one for their very own.

However, we aren't going to make this too easy! We want you to share a photo of your old outdated tech. Simply snap a photo of your retro tech, "like" CNET on Facebook, and enter it into the CNET From Old School To Tech Cool Contest on Facebook. It can be anything from your vintage T-Bird to the Walkman you jogged with in the '80s. As long as it is appropriate and has an on/off switch, we want to see it! Remember that photography counts for something. If we can't tell what it is, it may not be a winner. We suggest (but you are not limited to) one electronic device per entry. You can submit as many photos as you'd like by the submission end date.

Then start sharing; you can vote for your favorite entries (even if you didn't submit one) once per day until July 10. At the end of the voting period, CNET's TV editor David Katzmaier will pick a lucky winner from the 10 finalists with the most votes.

So dig in the back of the attic, under the bed, or at the bottom of your desk drawer and show us what you've got!

*No purchase necessary. See rules for details.

About the author

Liza Maloy isn't a CNET editor, but she has a pretty fun job: She's the CNET Audience Development Manager, bringing exciting giveaways, contests, and special offers to the CNET audience.

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