Last chance to vote in round one of the Greatest Gadget of the 21st Century

Get a move on -- you've only got until Sunday night to vote in the first round of our Greatest Gadgets competition and be in with a chance of winning some smashing prizes.

Hurry, hurry, hurry -- it's your last chance to vote in round one of our Greatest Gadget of the 21st Century tournament.

You have until midnight on Sunday to go through each of the match-ups and decide which of the two products you're presented with is best. Go here to start voting.

The winners of this first round will be paired up and enter round two, which starts on Monday. But to ensure your favourite product gets through, you need to make sure it wins the first round.

At the moment, Apple is walking away with the contest, with all four of the company's products beating their competition. If you don't want things to go all Apple's way, get voting!

Other surprises include the Nokia N8 being given a drubbing by a Pioneer TV that so few people bought, the company had to withdraw from the TV market altogether. There's also a tight battle between the 3G dongle and the BlackBerry Bold 9700.

Every time you vote, you'll be entered into a draw to win an amazing prize. Up for grabs are an Arcam rCube, a BlackBerry Bold 9700, a Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and a MiFi from Three or one of ten Idapt i4 multi-gadget chargers.

The more times you vote, the more entries you get into the competition, so make sure you click the 'next match-up' button to cycle through all the pairings. You can login with Facebook to vote if you don't have a CNET UK account, so there's no excuse not to take part.

Get voting, and see you on Monday for round two!

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