9to5Rewards: Win Apple’s M2 MacBook Air from ALOGIC [Giveaway]

We’ve teamed up with ALOGIC to give away Apple’s latest MacBook Air to celebrate the launch of the company’s new Clarity 4K UHD Display Monitor. Head below for a better look at the new screen and to enter the giveaway now.

ALOGIC Clarity 4K UHD Display Monitor

The most important part of an external monitor is its panel, but having a good design changes everything. The new ALOGIC Clarity 4K UHD Display Monitor has a beautiful, premium design with a slim bezel and edge-to-edge screen. The front of the screen is covered in high-quality glass with a glossy finish, which makes the images look much more vivid. At $799, the Clarity has the look and feel of Apple’s Studio Display and offers MacBook users an economical replacement for expanding screen real estate.

ALOGIC Clarity 4K UHD is not just an external monitor. It also acts as a USB hub, allowing users to connect other peripherals directly to it. On the back of the screen there are two USB-A ports, USB-B, two HDMI ports, DisplayPort, USB-C and audio output.

It comes with a built-in metal stand that is fully adjustable. Users can rotate the screen, tilt it or even rotate it to find the best angle for any kind of work.

The ALOGIC Clarity 4K UHD Display Monitor is now available from the company’s official online store. It is priced at $799.99 and comes with the ALOGIC 1080p Iris webcam for free.

How to enter:

For your chance to win Apple’s M2 MacBook Air, enter your name and email below (one submission per email address) to sign up for ALOGIC’s and 9to5Mac’s newsletters. Remember to share our giveaway on Facebook or Twitter & follow the company on Facebook & Twitter for the latest updates. Entries open until October 21, 2022. Open to US and Canadian readers only. If you’re viewing this on mobile and don’t see the option to join, click here.

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