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A message from Microsoft: Your knowledge and feedback are vital to our success! Microsoft’s Mobile PC User Research team is building a panel of customers who use mobile computers such as Tablet PCs in order to better understand what is important to you. This is a […]

A message from Microsoft:

Your knowledge and feedback are vital to our success! Microsoft’s Mobile PC User Research team is building a panel of customers who use mobile computers such as Tablet PCs in order to better understand what is important to you. This is a unique opportunity to give feedback that will affect the future of mobile computing.

If you’re interested in participating in this panel, please click on the link below to see if you qualify and join today! If you are accepted into the Mobile PC Advisory Council, you will receive a $10 gift certificate that can be used at Amazon.com. The survey should take approximately 5 minutes to complete.

http://deploy.ztelligence.com/start/index.jsp?PIN=13869Q29VVQQK

UPDATE: Currently, this opportunity is only available for U.S. residents; however we plan to expand to 1-2 additional countries before the end of 2006 and will post another announcement when we expand.

Typically, we will send you six to twelve surveys per year. In appreciation of your time, at the completion of each survey, you’ll be entered in a sweepstakes to win cash awards.

Join our elite group and have a direct impact on the development of some of the world’s most popular software.

Sincerely,

the Microsoft Mobile PC User Research team

JK- I have joined and I recommend anyone who wants to contribute to the future direction of Mobile PCs to do so.

  1. Thanks for the heads up on this; it only took a few minutes to fill out the questions. What a great opportunity for the mobile community!

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  2. Completed and accepted!

    Thanks for the heads up!

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  3. Cool, I’m in. Thanks James!

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  4. Tried joining, but got rejected on Question 2 – when I said I was in the UK.

    Has anyone in the UK managed to join, as I hope Microsoft isn’t restricting this to the US only . . .

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  5. I’m with Nick. Got rejected question 2 when I said I was in Australia. So Microsoft what kind of message does this send if the criteria is US customers only? JK any chance you can find out what the selection criteria is and then get them to explain themselves?

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  6. Slate Tablet PC and a US address got me in. Thanks JK!

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