It's Wednesday, which means it's Win a Digital Christmas day. We got up early and, while you weren't looking, sneakily hid another icon in the Reviews section of CNET.co.uk.
This week it's the turn of the holly icon, which is the link to another of the prizes in our massive £4,000 tech giveaway -- the Olympus E-400 digital SLR camera. Only just released in the UK, it's one of the world's smallest and lightest dSLRs, yet it still boasts a 10-megapixel CCD, two lenses (the standard 14-42mm lens and a 40-150mm lens for extra magnification), a huge range of manual features and the latest state-of-the-art technology that vibrates dust from the sensor before each shot, meaning your photos won't suffer from flecks and blotches.
This is the third week of the competition, but don't worry, it's not too late to catch up. The first week we revealed a clue that should have led you to the ornament icon for the first of the prizes -- Panasonic's Viera TH37PX60B, a spectacular 37-inch plasma TV -- and last week the present-shaped icon was the gateway to the second of the prizes -- the slick Asus F3Jc multimedia laptop. These two icons can still be found -- just click on the main page of the Win a Digital Christmas competition where you'll find clues to help you.
There are now three icons left in the competition, which we'll reveal over the next three weeks. If you can find and click on all six icons, you'll go into the draw to win the entire contents of our massive tech goody bag, worth a whopping £4,000. In addition to the Panasonic plasma TV, the Asus laptop and the Olympus dSLR, it includes a Sennheiser PXC 300 noise-cancelling headphones, a Sling Media Slingbox, an 8GB Apple iPod nano and a Nintendo DS Lite.slider phone, a DVD player, a pair of
Have you passed on news of this corker of a competition to your fellow tech-heads? Don't forget -- Christmas is just around the corner. If you don't win (boo!), but one of your tipped-off friends does (yay!), you can be sure to stake your claim for a damn fine prezzie this year.
So, go, treasure seekers, the bounty is the there for the taking -- what are you waiting for? Good luck! -KM