Win A Surface 2 Tablet For Designing The Best #GuyCodeMascot

Artwork by @BlackSixes41

Last week we asked you to start designing a Guy Code Mascot for March Madness. Some of you have already risen to the challenge and submitted some awesome artwork. But we’re greedy, and want more!

That’s why we’re giving away a brand new Surface 2 tablet, valued at $449.00, to the person who creates the most original, the funniest, the most creative mascot for Guy Code. Click here for the official rules. It can be of anything that represents your concept of Guy Code. Just make sure you tweet it out with #GuyCodeMascot to enter.

Artwork by @WannaChela

More on the prize from the manufacturer:
Surface 2 is the most productive tablet for personal use. It offers all the entertainment and gaming capabilities you expect from a tablet, along with the ability to get work done. Aside from being the Official Tablet of the NFL, Surface 2 is the perfect companion for any sports fan watching at home or running the tailgate. Keep up with your favorite team with Bing Sports, view highlights on the ESPN app in the Windows Store and chat with other fans on Twitter – all at once with Snap View. For those hosting a watch party this March, find recipes with the AllRecipe app or be the top bartender with Cocktail Flow.

Surface 2 has battery life up to 10 hours and is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, making apps run faster and smoother. The 10.6” ClearType Full HD display now renders 1080p video for enjoying shows and movies, and the full size USB port has been upgraded to USB 3.0 allowing for up to 4x faster file transfers. Camera resolution has also increased, with a 3.5MP front camera and 5MP rear camera, both capable of capturing 1080p video and featuring improved low-light performance, making face-to-face conversation with your favorite people crisp and clear.

Artwork by @BlackSixes41

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