Toshiba NB200 netbook
The Toshiba NB200 netbook - small enough for a metrosexual's manbag
The wonders of modern technology mean that more and more power can be squeezed into smaller and smaller packages.
A few years ago a computer that packed the punch of Toshiba's mini NB200 netbook would have weighed more than Wales and Lions prop Adam Jones (the closest thing rugby union gets to an immovable object).
But this lightweight machine will slip easily into your briefcase (or manbag for our more metrosexual readers) and give you all the tools you need to stay in touch with home and office, wherever you are.
To prove it, Eddie Butler will be covering the British and Irish Lions tour in South Africa this summer and filing his Breakdown blog on a Toshiba Mini NB200. You can keep up to date with all the behind-the-scenes gossip and get Eddie's take on proceedings here.
In the meantime, you can get your hands on the aforementioned NB200 netbook by entering our competition. Thanks to Toshiba, we have 10 to give away. And why would you want one?
Well, to put it simply, the NB200 redefines the computing experience available on such a small device. The design incorporates a generous 25.6cm (10.1in) TruBrite display, and as you'd expect from a Toshiba product it's as rugged as Andrew Sheridan.
Unlike Andrew Sheridan, it's also rather pretty. A textured cover will appeal to even the most style-conscious among you.
Shock protection software means unexpected falls won't do any damage. If only the same could be said of Jonny Wilkinson.
The near full-size keyboard makes the NB200 much easier to use than many other netbooks and, along with the crystal clear display, makes it an ideal laptop for web browsing.
It may be small but there's no sacrifice in functionality. It's powered by an Intel Atom N280 processor and comes with a 160GB hard drive. The operating system is Windows XP Home Edition. Wi-Fi, wireless LAN and Bluetooth are all also part of the package, making its communication skills a lot better than the average blind-side flanker.
More crucially, the battery life runs up to an impressive nine hours, meaning you don't have to worry if you're nowhere near a socket.
If you were to buy one of these beauties for yourself it would only cost around £370. Bargain. But why pay when you can get one for free? Fill in your details below and a Toshiba mini NB200 netbook could be on its way to you.