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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 So this time to enter, tell us what’s the one outdated piece of technology you own that you just can’t seem to throw away?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. Alan says:

    left over, multi-variety piles of old desktop and laptop memory (from maxing out computers). Crap, i just found a box of other old computer parts.

  2. paul says:

    My old Mattel handheld footbal game – the leds and beep sounds are still awesome!

  3. Bob says:

    My Mac SE 30 I bought in ’89. Still use MacDraw from time to time.

  4. Brad says:

    this is most defiantly my 8-track player with a copy of london calling that has been sitting in it for about 5 years straight now

  5. crommatrixx says:

    first original ipod. I have replaced battery and hard drive and just keep it going.

  6. Chris Dunning says:

    I’ve got an old copy of The Legend of Zelda, the gold cart edition. I’ve got this game in probably a half dozen formats, and I’m pretty sure I haven’t played it on the gold cart in probably eight years, but I’ll never get rid of it.

  7. Dood says:

    My TI-83 plus calculator.

  8. Ben Bowden says:

    My VCR, I gotta have a way to watch classics like The Dark Crystal and The Chipmunk Adventure that I’m too ashamed to buy on DVD.

  9. Lienster says:

    Intel AnyPoint home wireless network. Still have them somewhere in the attic. It was the greatest thing before WiFi came along.

  10. Jon says:

    my xbox 360

  11. Andy Scaife says:

    A C64 with 5/1 inch floppy drive and (uppercase only) dot matrix printer!

  12. Leif Johnson says:

    My laser disk player, never use it but think I might some day…

  13. Keith Higgins says:

    My Sony Clie that I use for grocery shopping.

  14. Donut says:

    my old Gameboy. the original one in great condition. i just cant seem to part with it, the nostalgia of it alone really takes me back to the 80s.

  15. Gabe says:

    by far gameboy advance. cant beat it

  16. paul D says:

    The FIRST model mac.

  17. Smorgasbord says:

    3-D camera my mom used. It was just like looking at View Master stereo pictures. The camera doesn’t work, but we still have the pictures.

  18. Matt O says:

    A hacked Sega Dreamcast that plays emulated games….haven’t touched it in years. And just to let people know, it was given to me by my brother, so he’s guilty, not me. >:D

  19. David says:

    My floppy disc drive.

  20. Ed A says:

    Apple ][e. Every three years or so, I actually pull out Wizardry.

  21. Juan says:

    My Amstrad CPC6128

  22. My first generation Commodore with old fashioned stick for controlling đŸ™‚ I like old school!

  23. Aldo Johnson says:

    My nokia CDMA cellphone

  24. George says:

    I still have a Palm Pilot 1000 w/ 1MB upgrade sitting in a drawer right next my Treo 650.

  25. quinton says:

    my nintendo 64.

  26. A lava lamp ! (Yes, it’s technology for me!)

  27. J McLain says:

    Two old Macs, one of which is the SE and the other is the one before that. And two Apple II’s. They all work except the monitor on one Apple II. Just can’t let them go.

  28. Nicholas says:

    A Windows 95 Upgrade disk and a Furby

  29. disuse says:

    I am still rocking my old school gameboy! Nintendo baseball FTW

  30. Travis Schiebel says:

    My Apple IIFX

  31. Florian says:

    Furby – the damn thing kept me up at night because it was broken en kept singing untill you bashed it a few times đŸ˜€

  32. ghostshadow says:

    I just cannot seem to get rid of my silly Powerbook 3400C floppy drive! http://www.knoxware.org/imagehost/uploads/397d23b66c.jpg

    I also love love the classic gameboy. some of those games were just great. I have several of them, couple of them are painted too.

  33. Georgi Petrov says:

    my Emac đŸ™‚

  34. ArKay says:

    my iPod mini. 1st Gen and sparkling green still. With a few dings in the plastic from having to replace the battery – but it still soldiers ion in it’s black and white lcd glory.

  35. Sean Woods says:

    haha, blue ipod mini, theyre soo ugly!

  36. Steve says:

    DVD recorder

  37. My First-gen iPod 5GB!

  38. Josh says:

    My first computer the Commodore 64. I actually still have the tape drive that I used for saving my programs that I made. Yes I did say tape drive, as in audio cassette tape. Good times.

    One of these days I am going to have to mod it and put new hardware and screen in it.

  39. Libby says:

    I can’t get rid of my old Sega Saturn. I grew up playing Astal and I love it!

    Thanks for the entry!!


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