Australian Business Traveller travel technology survey

By David Flynn, September 28 2011
Australian Business Traveller travel technology survey

How would you like to spend a few minutes telling us a little about the technology you use as a frequent flyer and business traveller, and have the chance to win some great prizes into the bargain?

That's the deal with the Australian Business Traveller technology survey, which kicks off today and runs until Friday 30 September.

Here's what you need to know:

  • the survey takes less than five minutes to complete, so it's no drain on your valuable time
  • you can even do the survey using your iPad or smartphone when you have a few minutes to spare
  • your answers will remain anonymous and no personal data will be sold or transferred to any third party. We promise. (After all, we hate spam as much as you do!)
  • you can win some great prizes worth over $2,000

So click over to the Australian Business Traveller travel technology survey and have your say!

By taking part in our survey you'll also have the opportunity to win some of the great kit below:

HP Pavilion dm1 notebook

HP's slim-line and ultraportable Pavilion dm1 notebook tips the scales under 1.6kg, yet it's got what it takes to keep you online and on top of things while you travel. The 11.6 inch display keeps the footprint down so it'll sit neatly on your lap or any airplane tray table, while the combo of a dual-core AMD E-350 processor and AMD Radeon HD Graphics helps the dm1 deliver the performance you need in the small package you want. (RRP: $699)


BlackBerry PlayBook

The world's first 'business class tablet' sporting an incredibly intuitive multitasking interface, the BlackBerry PlayBook will help transform the way you work and play. A fast 1GHz dual-core processor and high-resolution (1024 x 600) multitouch screen are the cornerstones of this 7 inch tablet, which works with full Flash video and packs 64GB for your work, music, video and more – plus the security of your BlackBerry when it comes to checking email. (RRP: $689)


Telstra Elite Mobile Wi-Fi modem

Put an end to those sky-high hotel Internet bills, and stay connected anywhere and any time, with Telstra's Elite Mobile Wi-Fi modem. This pocket-sized device turns a high-speed Next G mobile broadband signal into a personal Wi-Fi hotspot that'll run for up to four hours on a single battery charge. The pre-paid Elite Mobile Wi-Fi comes with 5GB of data to gobble within 90 days. We've got three of these in the reader survey prize pool! (RRP: $129)


Logitech travel pack

Logitech Australia put together this beaut bundle for Australian Business Traveller so it's cooked up with you in mind! You get a compact and low-profile iPad keyboard with handy keyboard shortcuts plus a combo carry case-stand; a pair of the comfortable yet very effective Ultimate Ears 200 noise-isolating earphones; an Anywhere Mouse M905, which even works on mouse-proof glass tables and desks; and a Portable Lapdesk N315, the thin go-anywhere laptop desk built to keep you comfortable (and keep your thighs cool), with an inbuilt mouse pad for your Anywhere Mouse M905 or any other squeaker. (Total RRP value: $309.80)

Our Logitech bundle includes this iPad keyboard with a combo carry case-stand (above) and a pair of Ultimate Ears 200 noise-isolating earphones (below)

Come on, 'fess up – you'd like to be able to claim some of these goodies for yourself! Take part in the Australian Business Traveller travel technology survey, and you never know...

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