We are extremely surprised and humbled by the amount of requests for review units. But a fact is, there are only so many units to be sent for review. So we must of course prioritize and orchestrate the review unit shipping in a way, that fits the whole the best. Therefore:
If you are interested in a review unit, and you are an aspiring, eager tech blogger/journalist/writer, then have the community give you a review unit!
Cover the Indiegogo launch of Eve V in the way that you want. Then simply link that story here to this thread (with only short intro/addition, if needed at all). Community members and other people get to see your piece (good for you, aye?), and give you feedback. How exactly is feedback given? Through likes.
The link with the most likes by the end of the Indiegogo campaign gets the price: A review unit among the first shipped batches.
You can find pretty much all the necessary info on the community, it is yours to use.
But hey. Eve-Tech is the odd one out in tech field, so here again we even the odds: Even if your review does not get the most likes but it hits the heart of Team Eve, you can expect a fiery lil' device Eve V coming to your doorstep :wink:
…Addidition made after first replies: Naturally it is in the interest of Eve people and the community that the “big” reviewers review Eve V. This is “of course”. And while we have asked for input before, and made those connections with the big guys, we also want to give an even playing field for the ones we have not yet contacted. They are chosen by community on this thread. However small, new or rebellious the reviewer is.
Before the discussion has been going on here:
So, there are no small journalists, we are sure everyone is doing their best. It is the story that counts. Here you have a proven interesting story. Make of it what you wish!
ps. few tips: You can choose freely the moment of coverage for biggest impact. Is it now, is it a bit later? Constant coverage maybe? At the last days of Indiegogo? And remember; jolly spirit, even some rebellious stuff is usually what evokes like-clicking on this community.