Win Sonos speakers, Hue lights and more in Connectedly's site launch contest!

This week, Mobile Nations launched yet another site to our repertoire of mobile technology. Dubbed Connectedly, the site is all about wearables, connected technology and the internet of things. Make sure you read the Welcome Post to get a feel for what it’s all about.

With May 1st here and a few days of smooth running now behind it, Connectedly is kick-starting things today with their first community contest! The grand prize is a Sonos Playbar and two Sonos Play:1 speakers. Runner up prizes include Philips Hue and the amazingly-fun Sphero toy.

Entering for your chance to win is EASY - simply jump over to the Connectedly contest page and leave a comment to enter (remember, if you're already a member of any Mobile Nations site you can simply login with your existing username. To really move things into high gear straight away, with this contest you can gain an additional contest entry every day in the month of May by visiting Connectedly daily and participating in the Connectedly forums and commenting on the articles, for up to a max of 31 entries.

Hit up the link below for full contest details and to enter. Good luck!


Reader comments

Win Sonos speakers, Hue lights and more in Connectedly's site launch contest!


You can control with app (for trial, it's free) Although it's not official, but Whatever

Cruel irony for WP users... Yes, there's an app that's almost useful, but my sonos speaker is up in a cupboard awaiting the eventual official app to arrive...

My favorite smart products are the basic home automation products. Not because of what they are but because of what the signify for the future. Lights, thermostat, security, etc. In the future, these products will be seen as the kick starter for larger ideas.

I'm excited to see my smartphone facilitate drawing a bath for me to the correct temperature, tell me it filed a warranty claim (and scheduled it) to find out why my furnace runs too often, or makes a Dr. appt for me when I've been going to the RR too often and/or not sleeping well. Maybe your lights won't be able to be turned out in your bedroom until you've taken the right amount (your daily goal) of steps for the day, or it recognizes the weather and shuts your windows if they're left open.