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Win a 500GB SanDisk Extreme SSD hard drive and case in this competition

Win a 500GB SanDisk Extreme SSD hard drive and case in this competition
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If you're in the market for a new hard drive, then you're in luck. The Digital Camera World forums are running a competition where you could win a 500GB SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD hard drive and a branded protective case. 

The 500GB SanDisk Extreme Portable SSD hard drive features high-speed transfers with up to 550MB/s read speeds. It's both water- and dust-resistant and compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Mac OS 10.4+. It has a shock-resistant solid state core for greater durability and is compact and pocket-sized. It also comes with a fantastic case specifically designed for the hard drive's unique shape.

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(Image credit: SanDisk)

To enter the competition, all you need to do is tick off three simple steps. First, head to this forum thread and leave a comment sharing your favorite image that you've taken. 

Next, click here for the contest widget (also linked on the forum thread). Then, your final step is adding your Digital Camera World forum username! Complete all three simple steps before 11:59 on March 27th 2020 and you could be in with a chance of winning the SanDisk hard drive!

Remember that you can only enter this competition once and that the giveaway is only open to users in the US and UK only. If you're a winner then we'll reach out to you via email for your shipping information. If you don't reply to our message with your shipping address within five business days then we'll move onto the next winner, so keep a keen eye on your inbox! You can find the full terms and conditions on the forum thread under the 'Spoiler' link. 

Make sure to head over to the forum thread to be in with a chance to win – good luck!

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