We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, Evernote and scanners are the perfect match for anyone trying to lose the clutter, go paperless and get organized. If you have trouble finding your keyboard underneath a pile of notes and scraps, then the Evernote + Scanner combo is for you.
The ScanSnap S1100
Today, we’re excited to announce that there’s a new Evernote-enabled scanner on the market from our friends at ScanSnap, the ultra-portable ScanSnap S1100. This thing is tiny, light, fast, and surprisingly smart. Going on a trip? Throw it in your bag. You’ll hardly know it’s there. Get one for yourself here.
Best part, the ScanSnap software includes two pre-defined Evernote options. You can either scan documents as PDFs or as images. We recommend choosing the image option if you’re scanning anything with handwriting, that way our servers can work their handwriting recognition magic.
You can even set the scanner to scan directly into Evernote when you push the hardware button, no other steps required. So simple.
Giveaway time! And the winners are…
Giveaway Rules [the giveaway is over]
As if this new scanner wasn’t exciting enough, we’re giving away 11 of these beauties…Eleven S1100s on the 11th of 2011. We’re giving you two ways to enter:
Option 1: Twitter
- Follow Evernote (@Evernote) and ScanSnap (@ScanSnapIt) on Twitter
- Tweet the following phrase: I just entered the @Evernote @ScanSnapIt scanner giveaway. http://bit.ly/gQfSoY #evernotescansnap
Option 2: Leave a comment
- If you don’t have a Twitter account, you can enter by leaving a comment on this post telling us how Evernote and the ScanSnap 1100 scanner will help organize your life
- To be considered, tweets and comments must be posted by 9:00am PT on Tuesday January 18th, 2011
- Winners will be randomly selected and contacted via Direct Message on Twitter or email. If you’re leaving a comment below, make sure to leave your name and a valid email address.
- One entry per person
- Due to shipping restrictions, this giveaway is open to individuals located in the US and Japan, only