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Utini!!!!! Win a Jawa Mimobot!

This contest is now closed. Congratulations to faithful Macenstein reader Jeff!

In celebration of the release of Mimoco’s Series 5 Star Wars Mimobots, we’ve once again teamed up with our good friends over at Mimoco to bring you yet another sweet Mimobot giveaway, and this time it’s the cutest one yet! That’s right, it’s a JAWA mimibot!

jawa mimobot
Awww he’s so cute! (At least with his hood on…)

Ahh yes, Jawa’s – the least respected character’s the Star Wars universe. Yet who could argue that without them, odds are the evil Empire would have defeated the rebels, and Luke would never have almost had sex with his sister? And now you have a chance to win your own 4GB thumb-sized Flash Drive version of the cute little desert rats.

jawa mimobot

Be sure to check out ALL the Series 5 Star Wars Mimobots!

Star Wars MIMOBOT Series 5 Video! from MIMOBOT & mimoZine on Vimeo.

To Enter: Jawa’s were big into reclaiming old unwanted technology. So this time to enter, tell us what’s the one outdated piece of technology you own that you just can’t seem to throw away? Is it an old Atari 2600 game system that hasn’t been touched in 20 years? A Kindle? What? Winner will be picked randomly. Contest ends seven days from now and is open to US readers only. Good luck!

89 Responses to “Utini!!!!! Win a Jawa Mimobot!”
  1. merry prankster says:

    My original 5GB iPod! It still rocks in my car.

  2. xyberdruid says:

    I have a pre USB tech desktop complete with working ZIp Drive (i’ve been meaning to cannibalize it to get at the hard drive but keep forgetting)

  3. Dave says:

    My PowerPC Cube.

  4. CeeDubH says:

    My original 2 GB iPod Nano. Which isn’t to old, but I’ve upgraded to the new iPod 5th Gen, and I have my iPhone, but I still find uses for my original 2 GB. And, in all the years I have had it, and beat it up, it has never had any issues whatsoever.

  5. Justin says:

    Super Nintendo, even though I can play the games on my Wii now.

  6. Roy Stone says:

    bondi blue imac g3

  7. dlowe402 says:

    Well, I drive a 67 Ford Fairlane and I still have an N64. Still got one of those 1st Gen 5gb ipods too. I also use my old 20gb Non-Photo iPod Classics that I use as an external HD on my MBP. I could probably think of a bunch of other old tech that is still useful around here.

  8. dr Who says:

    That old mechanical calculating machine machine i picked up in the ’60s Still works and don’t need batteries 🙂 Awesome!

  9. Dan W says:

    I still have a NES that we play all the time. Sadly, my wife is very capable of kicking my butt at any game we play.

  10. brad says:

    Old cube alarm clock

  11. My 256mb USB memory

  12. Gregg says:

    an old Sony watchman portable TV from 1998 or so. It never worked great and i never used it much but i still think its kinda cool from a historical perspective.

  13. Angel E. V. says:

    I can’t work without 3.5″Floppy Disk, thanks to the dumb PC users at my work.

  14. hamsammich says:

    I just can’t seem to get rid of my original Nintendo Super Mario Brothers cartridge. Nothing else…just the cartridge.

  15. Luke says:

    An iBook G4 “Snow” I can’t get it to turn on most of the time, but haven’t gotten rid of it yet.

  16. darrell says:

    my 15″ Titanium PowerBook G4! i actually don’t use it much, but the sentimental value I have in it keeps me from letting it go.

  17. theo says:

    oldest tech, hmmmm … i have an old Xircom PCMCIA network card that i haven’t used in 8 years, but keep just in case 🙂 and an old Proliant 1600 server, Pentium II baby!

  18. Daniel says:

    My 1975 Mego Trekulator. A calculator almost the size of a magazine that has a STAR TREK theme, lights up and makes a lot of noise when you use. But it works and has a lot of good memories.

    Image link: http://www.tecgrillsonline.com/Mego/pix/MTrekula.jpg

  19. Wiseguy says:

    I used to use an old 486 PC as a router, but I gave that to a friend to replace a similar machine he used for the same purpose (and died). I replaced it with a newer PC I built to serve as network storage as well as my firewall/router.

    That said, my oldest piece of tech I still use regularly is probably my first Mac, a G4 Powerbook. The screen broke off, but it makes a great desktop/media center.

  20. Mykel says:

    My old Power Computing Mac Clone from 1996!

  21. Jonro says:

    My Mac SE with external 50 MB Rodime hard drive. Yes, 50 megabytes, today known as “a song.” I pull it out of the box and boot it up once a year to make sure it’s still working.

  22. Darrin D says:

    Radius Mac Clone 8100

  23. Bill says:

    My dual cassette deck

  24. Tim says:

    My Mac SE!!!!

  25. John Hefner says:

    I have an old Odyssey 2 I played growing up. My brother and I had some killer pong tournaments.


  26. Kevin says:

    My (broken) iPod Photo. Already fixed it once… it’s a 30 GB case with a 20 GB hd.

  27. Ste7en says:

    Still got an ancient Mac desktop from the early 90s

  28. Hooner says:

    Why does it plug-in face down?

  29. Jeff says:

    sears tele-games, mac performa 450, newton message pad 130, emate, several powerbook duos, blue & white G3 upgraded to a G4…

    just to name a few… (note: all items minus the first two were purchased used… really not a baller… 🙂 )

  30. Edjawa says:

    My Sega Saturn still sits in my entertainment center.

  31. leeanna says:

    My SNES.

  32. Patrick says:

    My PS1. Goddarn you Oddworld!

  33. Balint says:

    My 128 mb thumb-sized Flash Drive

  34. Hanan says:

    I just can’t seem to throw my old Sony MiniDisc player. I just remember how much I used it before I got my first iPod.
    It’s under a huge pile of dust now.

  35. biblezombie says:

    My Wife’s Sony Clie that nobody uses since we got the ipod touches. I also have old broken Apple computers that I turn into end tables

  36. Thomas Platt says:

    Oh man I threw out my atari just a few years ago, along with my first generation Sega Genesis, don’t remind me 🙁 Of the tech stuff I can’t get rid of I’d say the oldest are my cassette tapes, the old battery powered cassette radio, etc. The most useless is probably the gateway solo 2000 laptop that I’ve had sitting in a drawer for years, I think it runs on win98, if I recall correctly. I don’t know why I don’t get rid of it, I guess there’s something special about keeping the first computer you ever owned :p

  37. Dave says:

    my walkman

  38. JT says:

    Still got my old PS2 fat.

  39. Calder says:

    1st gen iPod nano, and iPod mini.

  40. Mark S. says:

    My Tapwave Zodiac. That thing was ahead of it’s time.

  41. Min says:

    My 10 years old PowerMac G4 cube (with the original 15′ apple LCD monitor and speakers) and Sony Groove Mega Bass AMS ALS walkman with remote control. And~~~~ 20 years old IBM model M bulkling spring keyboard. I could never throw them away!

  42. Whaps says:

    my Nintendo NES video game console. Its mostly yellow and I kill a lung cleaning the cartridges, but Mike Tysons PO is still worth it.

  43. Gregg says:

    I still own an 8-track tape recorder. Now if I just had some blank tapes.

  44. Sean says:

    A WYSE terminal. Makes connecting to servers, and some desktops, console port so fast and easy.

  45. Scottij says:

    My original pre-iPod PJB-100 MP3 music player — one of the first on the market!

  46. Mike Major says:

    I have an original Macintosh. I have had good offers from collectors for it. It still runs perfectly and I have tons of stuff for it. I just can’t sell it. It was my very first computer and my first Mac.

  47. Paul says:

    My Motorola 6800 single board computer from c. 1976. Had to build it myself and program it via a hexadecimal keyboard and 6-digit display. Oh, the nerdity…

  48. joey says:

    my sega genesis, still have the original box and now over 200 games

  49. Corinne says:

    My 6 year old Compaq laptop. It barely works, is slow as all get out, and the ethernet port is broken, but whenever my new laptop dies, it’s right there with me helping me find another new one.

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