WIN! One of five Linksys Wireless-N E2000 routers

We've teamed up with Linksys to offer you the chance to win a new cable router

We've teamed up with Linksys to offer you the chance to win one of five Linksys Wireless-N E2000 routers.

The Linksys E2000 offers selectable dual-band wireless-N technology and extended range to provide wireless coverage throughout your home.

This router is ideal for sharing your home's Internet connection with your family's other computers and devices such as games consoles and smartphones. You can easily customise your security settings, set Parental Controls, and access advanced settings.

All Linksys E-Series routers have advanced WPA/WPA2 wireless security and SPI firewall protection, which are designed to safeguard your home network and computers from most Internet attacks and help protect your data and privacy.

The Linksys E2000 incorporates internal antenna technology that provides extended range so it's ideal for larger homes. The four Gigabit Ethernet ports let you connect networked storage and other Gigabit Ethernet-enabled devices to quickly transfer files at up to 1,000Mbps.

Dual-band coverage

You're also able to choose from two radio bands - 2.4GHz or 5GHz radio bands. The standard 2.4GHz band is increasingly crowded and so 5GHz offers great performance for video streaming and smoother file transfers.

This competition is now closed. The winners are Lynda Groves, Dennis Tebbs, Alex Shelley, Elliot Lewis and Ian Yates.

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Please note that this competition is only open to UK residents over 18 years of age.

There is no cash alternative to the prize and unless agreed otherwise in writing the prize is non-refundable and non transferable.

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