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Preggie's End Of Summer Giveaway - A Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Tablet with movie projector




The hip young women only mobile app Preggie, which my wife Charong Chow helps run, is currently holding a giveaway of the same wonderful Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro tablet that Lenovo was kind enough to give our eleven year old son, Hudson, at getgeeked in San Francisco because of the many smart questions he'd asked during a series of Q&As. 

Among the tablet's many innovative features - designed by Ashton Kutcher - are an inbuilt pico video projector and JBL surround sound speakers. Hudson has loved using the tablet all summer, and now Preggie is offering a lucky mom or mom-to-be a chance to win the Yoga 2 Pro and maybe hold a late-summer backyard movie night with it.

The Preggie drawing will be held on September 10th 2015, so enter now!


Win a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Tablet with Preggie


Only 3 more days until our giveaway drawing!
Celebrate the last days of summer with one last big backyard movie night with your family and friends. But you’ll need a projector…
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We’re so excited to announce our new giveaway! Win a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro 13.3″ Tablet with a built-in home theater projector by downloading Preggie and inviting friends to join the app.
Designed by Ashton Kutcher, it’s a total game changer from other tablets. Not only can you take photos, chat with your mom friends on Preggie, play music with its epic JBL surround sound speakers, shoot video and shop online – but you can also project the homescreen or movies onto your wall or your backyard movie night party!
With the powerful Android KitKat 4.4 operating system, you can use Preggie on its large 13.3-inch screen and just say “OK Google” to launch voice search, send a text or play a song.
The Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Tablet is slim and lightweight so you can easily transport it from room to room to outside. It also has an extra long lasting battery and an awesome stand that props up the screen or can even hang on the wall. Read more specs here.
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How do you enter? First join Preggie by downloading the app: http://bit.ly/women_ontheverge. You’ll get all the pregnancy and baby support you need from the community, as well as photos, live chat and private messaging in a safe, secure, women-only environment. Then invite your mom and mom-to-be friends to Preggie, too. With every friend you invite, you’ll get an extra chance to win in our drawing for the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro on September 10, 2015.
So enter now! Download the app, invite your friends – and start planning that backyard movie night!
Check out more things you can do with the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro here. If you have any questions, email us at: contact@preggieapp.com. Good luck!
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Many thanks to Lenovo for sponsoring this giveaway from Preggie.
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