Tuesday, December 10, 2013

@Doxie Flip Mobile Scanner GIVEAWAY!

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Doxie Flip Mobile Scanner
Hey. That's right. Remember that adorable, awesome mobile scanner I reviewed last week? The Doxie Mobile Flip? I have le awesome goodness for you. Doxie has ever so generously decided they will GIVE ONE AWAY TO A READER. I'd have to say, that's pretty darned amazing.

GIVEAWAY RULES

Please enter via the Rafflecopter widget. Rafflecopter makes it easier for me and Doxie to track and verify entries so please bear patience with us for choosing to use a giveaway tool. I think it's worth it for this sweet scanner, don't you? Yeah.

READ AND FOLLOW THE RAFFLECOPTER RULES CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU SUBMIT YOUR ENTRIES. Inaccurate entries will be disqualified. 

Giveaway is open WORLDWIDE. You can thank Doxie for being extra cool about that. You can thank them by loving them via Rafflecopter.

You (the winner) will have 24 hours to respond to my email once the winner has been drawn. If that's you and you don't respond within 24 hours, another winner will be drawn. You only get 24 hours because we want to have your scanner shipped to you before Christmas rolls around. No time to wait around for days. So the giveaway will run for one week, the winner will be drawn and will be given 24 hours to respond, and that's it.

40 comments:

KenouniRenashin said...

These are so cute.
If I won, I'd handwrite more blog posts in all my Field Notes and scan them in. It would certainly be different. For me, at least. And I'd be able to use it for easier "curretly inked" pictures and maybe even scanning in the trading cards I collect :)

Dave Marler said...

I would use to capture lots o' paperwork while on the road

Kathi Sharp said...

The Doxie Flip would be a great start to my paperless new year!

M. Tucker said...

This would be so awesome for Field Notes and Doane Utility Journals! I'm a wanna be writer, so it would be so helpful to bridge my analog and digital worlds. Thanks for the chance to win such a great tool.

Jen said...

I'd probably try to scan my handwritten blog posts to save myself time. I always try to keep hard copies of whatever I write, so if I could scan it and print it out, all I'd have to do is keep it in a three ring notebook. Sounds easier than the way I current do it anyway.

Lisa Anderson said...

This would be wonderful for getting and staying more organized, for scanning handwritten notes that would otherwise be forgotten & lost, and for lots of other fun things. What a great way to leap into a paperless year!!!

Liessa said...

I'd be able to show my doodles and just-for-fun writing to my fellow fountain pen fans. Also my daughter's drawing skills could finally get properly documented on her blog! :D

inktronics blog said...

I have been looking at all the reviews by all the l337 bloggers, looks good.

indiecognition said...

doxie moxie

Melissa Leilani Larson said...

Woohoo! What a lovely little machine.

molossus said...

I scan in artwork constantly. I'd use the Doxie so I could scan it no matter what room I'm in--the living room at home, or a rented room at the Oregon Coast, or the room where I'm stay with my brother in Florida!

Lenaldo Rocha said...

This is would be useful to scan so sketches I started to do into my lectures.

Martin Walshe said...

I like to write shorthand notes for college in pocket books. Being able to digitize them would be a huge help!

Nate Stone said...

My thank you note would look so much better if I had a Dixie flip to scan my field notes notebook... Just sayin'

Ashli said...

I'd scan all my important notes from my EDC notebook and planner. This would save me from having to either rewrite everything or archive full books for just a few pages. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

Sharon A. said...

I would use it to scan all the notes I have made in all these different notebooks I have!

karin said...

For scanning my math notes!

Firdaus said...

To scan my manga sketches.

Roger C said...

If I won the Doxie, I'd scan my daily writings from my Field Notes into Evernote so I could search them.

Antonio R. said...

Quite honestly I would give it to a dear friend who is in law school. She would use the dickens out of it. Thanks.

dementia said...

I'd scan my drawings

Tanja said...

Coincidentally, my inkblobs measure 4"x6". ;)

Serena H said...

if I won the doxie, I'd go out and replace all my A6 notebooks with pocket notebooks so I could scan them with the doxie!

NoFuture NoHope said...

I would scan my ink test :)

Gina Shillitani said...

it would be so much easier to scan small things than using my all in one flatbed!

raymond said...

i will use it to upload old pictures to immortalize them :)

Stella said...

I have tons of my artworks to scan! :)

ana georgievska said...

as a gift to my nephew to manage his portfolio,of course

Ivana Jankovic said...

I would use it for my job

magicae said...

I would scan art and old photos!

Nadia García Porras said...

scanning my artwork for digital editing

Stan Papusa said...

If i win i will scan all my old photo albums with my once very little and gorgeos kids, back in the day when no one knew what "digital camera" means :)

Sabina Trandafir said...

I might give it to a friend who makes margin notes everywhere and needs a place to keep it all together. :)

Crax Prax said...

I hope I win so I can scan all my mini paintings and all my favorite travel flyers!

Bogdan Sebastian said...

I hope to win so I can scan all my photos with my loved ones and keep them safe!

paperandhand said...

With a Doxie I'd scan my doodles before they get lost in the mess of my desk :)

Lola V. said...

FOR ME! I have
a small house and i dont have scanner! I use my iphone to scan pictures….there
is an app that converts them into PDF. I know….

Laura G. said...

I would use it to organize some of my crafting patterns.

Chris Davis said...

To scan in leatherwork patterns and my Sketchnotes in my Field Notes notebooks!

Pranay said...

I would scan my notebook doodles so I could clean up clutter.

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