Stuff Gadget Awards – please vote Pi!

We’ve been nominated for another award, and we’d really appreciate it if you could take a few moments to register a vote for Raspberry Pi. There are three categories in Stuff magazine’s annual awards which are voted for by the public: Innovation of the Year, Game of the Year, Most Wanted Future Gadget and Design of the Year. We’re up for Innovation of the Year.

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Thanks for voting!

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One for the Pi

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And the Pi for all :)

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Done.

The PI’s are starting to invade my home, 5 so far all in use.

eben

Crikey. That’s got to be a record so far…

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Normally I wouldn’t give in to such pleas for votes but since on the only item other than the Pi that I recognise is a samsung and they’re abit suspect at the moment then it’s my pleasure to vote for the Pi ;)

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It comes to something when the only recognisable product on the Innovation page is the Pi…

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Surely given all the back ordering it’s gotta be a shoe-in for most wanted future gadget!

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One for raspberry pi (hope my pi comes next week :D)

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Voted. Raspberry PI is incredible!

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done.

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DONE – one more for THE Pi :-D

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Done! But where’s the “Most Geeky Gadget” prize? Because I think the Pi would be a shoe-in ;-)

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Voted.
Am I alone in finding all the other entrants in the other catagories boring?

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Yes, the Renault twizy

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+1 for Raspberry Pi!

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I voted for the pi, mine comes late September!

Joseph, 10

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One for the Lytro.

I think it’s a bit unfair to mobilize the masses to win each contest against really innovative products :-(. Nothing against the Pi .. but it’s just a low-cost computer.

Sorry folks.

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Everyone does this. I bet Lytro are preparing a simmilar post on their blog. (And i bet that at least one of the replies to that blog post will be from someone saying they voted for the RPi as Lytro is just a camera who saves low-res photos in a proprietary format. :-) )

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“Everyone does this.”

Yes, and it completely invalidates the voting process.
So what if RPF can get more people to spend 2 mins voting?

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The organisers actively encourage nominees to let users know about their nominations. Everybody has a fair chance that way, and it’s good for the organisers, who get to publicise their awards.

The Internet is a big place; I’m sure you can find something much more justifiable to complain about out there.

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Touché!! :-)

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hey Thomas,

Gadgets are not coming in nice boxes with polished logos and big price tags: those are called toys!

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Done :-)

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pi is AWESOME !!!!

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One extra Pi slice(vote)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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You got another vote for your Award winning Pi…

(Does this mean I get my Pi faster???)

Best regards, Rene

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mission accomplished
Thank You!

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How can I vote when I still do not have a board? Yeah, I fall in to the disenchanted group that ordered from the wrong company.

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I wonder if they limit the votes anyhow? If I reopen the page, it allows me to vote again.

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Done!

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