Return of the disgo

27th February 2004 at 00:00
Following the unprecedented success of our disgo giveaway, we have two more of the keyring-sized data storage devices up for grabs. We were swamped by more than 300 entries when we offered two disgos to readers in our first edition of the new year. So by popular demand we've brought them back.

We're again offering two of the nifty 256MB gadgets worth pound;99.99 each. They look like a highlighter pen and store the equivalent of 180 floppy disks - that's an awful lot of lesson plans.

You simply plug the disgo into the back of your personal computer or laptop to download any file you want to save and transfer to a computer at work.

Wave goodbye to heavy laptops, brittle floppy disks and home printing.

For a chance to win one, send your name and address to, or by postcard to the address on the right. Mark your message disgo offer. The first two entries out of the hat on March 5 will win. For more information visit

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