Motorola giving away free wireless keyboard & mouse with its XOOM tablet

Motorola UK has started a summer promotion where it’s giving away its wireless keyboard and mouse accessory bundle with every XOOM it sells. The promotion is live now, and applies to all XOOMs bought in the UK from the beginning of July.

It’ll run “while stocks last”. We suspect stocks of XOOM accessories are running pretty high, so there’s probably no need to rush.

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It’s a mail-in thing, where you send your XOOM receipt to Motorola then it sends you the toys in return. Not bad for a freebie. Here are the full terms & conditions:

Free keyboard and mouse offer runs from 1st July, while stocks last. For full terms and conditions and to register go to using the XOOM™ purchased during July. Up to 64GB of storage with 32GB SD card. Android and all Google products are registered trademarks of Google, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC. © 2011 Motorola Mobility, Inc. All rights reserved


1. This Promotion is open from 1 July 2011 to individuals (“Customers”) aged 16 years or over who are resident in the United Kingdom and Ireland who purchase any Motorola Xoom device from 1st to 31st July 2011 inclusive, excluding employees of Motorola and its affiliates, contractors, agents and their families, and anyone else directly or indirectly connected with this Promotion.

2. Registrations by agents or any party acting on behalf of the Customer will not be accepted. Customers are deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions and agree to be bound by them when taking advantage of this Promotion.

3. Only one entry per Customer is permitted. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion or offer.

4. To be eligible to for the Promotion, Customers must submit Proof of Purchase of their Motorola XOOM by registering at using the Motorola Xoom purchased during July.

5.Customers will receive a verification email from . Customers will receive a Wireless Keyboard and Mouse (RRP £74.99 / €89.99), shipped to the address supplied on registration. Goods are as stated and are non-transferable. No cash alternatives will be offered.

6. All costs associated with hardware and software required to successfully complete registration for this Promotion is entirely the responsibility of the Customer.

7. The Offer is open while stocks of the Wireless Keyboard and Mouse last. Motorola reserves the right to cancel, amend, terminate or temporarily suspend the Promotion in the event of any unforeseen circumstances or technical reason outside its reasonable control, with no liability to any Customers or third parties.

8. Your information will be collected and stored by 368 Limited on behalf of Motorola for the purposes of administering the Promotion, and will be stored on servers residing in the United Kingdom, and shared with Motorola Mobility, Inc., and its affiliates and subsidiaries, some of which reside outside of United Kingdom. Motorola respects the privacy of its Customers. For further information on Motorola’s privacy practices, please visit

Promoter: Motorola Mobility UK Ltd, Chineham Business Park, Basingstoke, RG24 8WQ.

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