It sure was a big week for contests! We gave away a bounty of great Tegra 2 powered Android devices of all shapes and sizes, and now it's time to announce the winners. Thanks everyone for entering, and be on the lookout for more awesome contests here at AndroidCentral. And now, without further ado, the winners:
- The winner of the Acer Iconia A100 contest: ygthb
- The winner of the Asus Transformer and keyboard dock contest: DirkBelig
- The winner of the Lenovo IdeaPad K1 contest: Verdes8891
- The winner of the T-Mobile G2X contest: alee921
- The winner of the Motorola Atrix 4G contest: aj34
- The winner of the grand prize Galaxy Tab package contest: alantsay
A hearty congratulations to each of you, and we'll be getting your prizes out in the next day or two. We hope you enjoy (and know you will!) the cool Android devices headed your way, and would love to see a picture or two once you get them and have them all set up! We also want to thank the good folks at Nvidia for making the whole week of Tegra Madness possible. Shout out your own congratulations in the comments.
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