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Evernote Giveaway: Fujitsu ScanSnap Scanners

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 07 Jul 2009

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 07 Jul 2009

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We’re excited to announce the third Evernote Giveaway: Fujitsu ScanSnap S300 scanners. We will give away one scanner every remaining Friday in July (that’s four total!).

These little scanners rock, especially when used together with Evernote. After a quick setup, a single button push sends your business cards, receipts, documents and anything else directly into Evernote on your desktop. Then, as with everything in Evernote, those scans are made available across every computer and device you use. Couldn’t be easier. Scroll down to see our video.

How to enter

Entering is super simple and takes two steps:

Tweet once per person per week to be entered into that week’s drawing.

How will I know if I won?

We will announce a randomly selected winner on our Facebook fan page at 12pm PST on July 10th [video], 17th [video], 24th, and 31st. Winners will be contacted via direct message on Twitter, so you must follow @evernote.

This giveaway is open to all Evernote users. Winners will choose between the Windows and Mac versions of the scanner.

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  • John

    Now is it only one entry per person per weeek or do we get more entries the more we tweet

    • Andrew Sinkov

      @John Yes, once per person per week.

  • Vladimir

    I am thinking about buying a Scansnap but I am a bit confused about the fact that I have to decide if I wanna get a Windows or a MAC version but since I am need the work with both OS.

    Will a scansnap work on both OS ??

  • Ike

    How about sweetening the pot with a Premium membership, so one has the bandwidth to use the scans…?

  • sloth

    I’m confused about that “public message”.. does this mean that Tweets from private accounts aren’t counted or only that direct messages won’t go through?

  • arjan broere

    I had seen the scansnap on lifehacking.nl and it came highly recommended. I gues combining it with Evernote makes a lot of sense.

    Thanks for limiting the number of tweets to enter to one per week. Some other campaigns are a bit too present in the Twitterverse. #moonfruit anyone ;-)

  • John

    BTW the # tag is too long, won’t show up in searches on twitter.

  • Allan

    “This giveaway is open to all Evernote users.”

    All all, or North Amreican all?

    Just checking, if it is a global contest, thanks for listening!

    And I agree the Tweet limit is a good thing.

    • Andrew Sinkov

      @Allan All all

  • sloth

    So do I need to go public to participate or can I keep my profile locked? :p

  • Rusko

    I had seen the scansnap on lifehacking.nl and it came highly recommended. I gues combining it with Evernote makes a lot of sense.

    Thanks for limiting the number of tweets to enter to one per week. Some other campaigns are a bit too present in the Twitterverse. #moonfruit anyone

  • Jeff

    These Fujitsu scanners are a godsend. We save a lot of time by feeding docs into these scanners. I have one for my macbook and it’s even slightly portable.

  • duncan

    Unfortunately you assume that because I’m an avid evernote user (premium) that I have ever twittered or can even understand what it is that you are asking me to do to be entered. How bout some instructions on what the heck it means to send a “public message to @evernote with the hashtag…”

    WTH?

  • VLSI Training Institute

    Haye we have both Win and Mac OS so do we have to buy one for each operating system or separately?

  • MartyH

    All or only those who twitter?

  • Ben Haines

    @John, true I’ve searched for the tag and can only find my own tweet.

    http://twitter.com/#search?q=%23evernote_scansnap

    Odd

  • Ben Haines

    Correction… I can’t find any entries ;)

  • R. B. Love

    What about us folks who don’t twitter? Seems biased towards the crowd with no life and time to twitter.

  • Recetas de cocina

    Wooow this can be very useful…

  • David Batchelor

    Great promotion. I’m in :)

  • theodore seefeldt

    I want one of those! :)

  • Tim Chambers

    What? No Linux support for ScanSnap? That makes me sad. HP scanners work great on Linux, thanks to SANE. I also want a Linux EN client, BTW.

  • John C

    I’ve read the reviews for this product and I liked what I read…Fuji scan products are great for those not interested in having a flatbed scanner take up unnecessary desk space. Hooray for Fuji scan products!

  • wowguide

    That scanner is fast. I want one for my office. How many of those will be given away?

  • Dave

    I am thinking of buying scansnap. This blog is helpful!