Can you catch the Intel WiMAX Wanderer in Austin, TX?

WiMAX WandererWant to join a scavenger hunt to win some get great prizes, including Best Buy gift cards and WiMAX-enabled laptops!  Well this Saturday September 25th the Intel Wi-MAX Wander is hitting the streets of Austin giving out clues via his Facebook, Twitter & Foursquare on where to find him.

People that find the Wanderer will score some great prizes, including $25/$50/$100 Best Buy gift cards. Plus one lucky person will win their very own WiMAX-enabled Dell laptop.

Austin Tech Geeks will hand a Flip HD cam to one of our readers just for a recommendation on where the WiMAX Wanderer should stop.

What are you waiting for? use the comments area below or Tweet your tips to @austintechgeeks to tell us what cool spots in Austin the WiMAX Wanderer should stop by and win a Flip HD camera!

FTC Disclaimer: I was sent two Flip HD cams to give away on this blog, per my discretion, as part of the WiMAX Wanderer promotion.

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15 comentarios en “Can you catch the Intel WiMAX Wanderer in Austin, TX?”

  1. Madam’s Mams Thai restaurant on the drag near the UT campus. WiMAX Wanderer wanted to see campus anyways, so why not walk over to the best Thai food in town? Too bad they aren’t here on the 25th because going to Stubb’s during the Drive-By Truckers show would be as good as it gets.

  2. Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium! Where would there be more people gathered in Austin on that day? So, if that’s too busy, then Juan in a Million would be a great place…

  3. I would recommend The Pier on Lake Travis. Sure, it is is Point Venture/ Lago Vista but it is only 40 miles away. Awesome little laid-back bar and grill!

  4. Ben, please come to our tailgate tomorrow. Send me an email for details or cheer on the Longhorns at DKR – Texas Royal Memorial Stadium. I will be in Section 26 Row 7 Seat 25 so you drop by with my prize 🙂

    If you cannot tailgate or attend the game, then check out the Congress Bridge to watch the bats or go to Mt. Bonnell.

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