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Last chance to vote and win £3,300 worth of kit!

The best things in life are free. Vote by Friday in our reader awards poll to win prizes totalling up to £3,300, because sadly these prizes won't come to those who wait

We can only think of one thing simpler than filling out a poll -- winning free things because you filled out a poll. We have just the chance for you grab some excellent free kit for your troubles in our 'Vote to win' reader awards poll. But -- with only the calmest sense of urgency in our voices -- you only have until Friday to enter.

In the last couple months, we've been tooting the horns of our three fabulous prizes, worth a total of £3,300. The first is a 32-inch high-definition LCD TV, the ultra-wide Panasonic Viera TX-32LXD700. It's got plenty of room for your hi-def inputs and with 1080p viewing and Panasonic's Smart Sound Speaker System, this is one serious screen.

Even with a laptop-sized screen, the Sony Vaio VGN-FZ11Z doesn't lag far behind in the cinematic viewing department. Its Blu-ray optical drive allows for high-definition viewing in 1080p style. Plus, it's supported by an impressive Intel Core 2 Duo processor.

In the listening department, Denon's D-F103HR DAB network hi-fi could be the perfect upgrade for your home stereo system with its sleek lines and sophisticated sounds. Its hard drive will hold up to 10,000 songs, plus has inputs for your iPod and turntables. How's that for bridging generations of formats?

We're not going to stoop to waving our arms around and yelling, 'hurry up and vote to win your free stuff!' in our best used car salesman's voice. We simply want your opinions on some of your favourite gadgets in exchange for some free gear. We'll just calmly suggest that you vote by Friday. Please. -Shannon Doubleday