Last week we gave away a SmrtCase to one of our readers and this week we’ve got another one to give away.
You carry around your phone and you carry around your cards, ID, etc. Wouldn’t it be great if you could put it all together in one clever carrying case so that you can get back the real estate in your pockets that the two separately used to take up? Yup. Well, SmrtCase does just that. If you’ve got an iPhone or a BlackBerry Tour, then you’re in luck. SmrtCase is letting us give away any model from their site.
HOW TO WIN A SMRTCASE
All you’ve got to do to win is add @Tech_Vert on twitter and send out a tweet saying the following:
RT to win a SmrtCase from @Tech_Vert http://bit.ly/c8nTdI (RT to enter)
The more you tweet, the more chances you’ll have to win. We’ll choose one person on Tuesday, May 12 at 11:59pm. Then we’ll send the winner a message to let them know they’ve won. Good Luck!
If you don’t win, no worries! We’re doing a giveaway every weekday in May. You might want to add TechVert on facebook or sign up for our newsletter or RSS feed to be notified when we’ve got another contest live.
More about SmrtCase:
At SmrtCase our mission is to improve your life by bringing innovative design to your everyday gadget-related needs. We stand for innovation, functionality, affordability and style. Our designs are patent-pending with USPTO.
Aaron is a product designer with such clients as Rubbermaid, Home Depot, Target, Ancona2, Avalon Products, and Humanscale Design Studio.
Aaron’s design work with Humanscale has been featured in ID Magazine, Metropolis, Innovation, Design Within Reach, Buildings, and Popular Mechanics. The products have also received design awards from IDEA, Good Design, IDEXX/NeoCon, International Design, and more.
Aaron is Chinese/American, born and raised in New York. He graduated with honors from Rhode Island School of Design, BFA in Industrial Design.
Irina is a product and graphic designer, she has worked with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, LG, and Avalon products.
Her work has been published in Wired, Food and Wine magazine, Martha Stewart Living, Martha Stewart Weddings, House and Garden, and others.
Born in St. Petersburg, Russia to a family of architects; Irina begun her design studies at a very early age. Moving to the US in 1997, Irina graduated from the Rhode Island School of design with honors.
Shuichi is a developer whose portfolio includes working at Sony in Tokyo on the PlayStation 3 online experience, among other projects.
Through his involvement with international companies, Shuichi developed a large network of friends in the tech industry in Japan and the US, which introduces him to partners around the world.
Shuichi graduated from Columbia University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science.
Robert started out his career in the finance industry developing BlackBerry applications and trading systems for top investment banks in New York City.
He also co-authored numerous books for Wiley Publishing, including BlackBerry for Dummies, 1st, 2nd, 3rd edition. As the Founder of SmrtCase, Robert Kao drives sales strategy and forms relationships with resellers and distributors from across the world.
Robert graduated from Columbia University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering.