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TipSquirrel and the Rocky Mountain Ventures Company are joining to together to give our lucky readers the chance to win a Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner!
If you haven’t heard of the Flip-Pal, you can read this review, but to recap, the Flip-Pal is a battery operated, completely cordless, little gem of a scanner! Simply flip it over, take a look at what you want to scan through the window, and scan. High Resolution 300 or 600 dpi, true color scans, are stored on the included SD card!
Nearly anything you can imagine can be scanned with this scanner, photos (framed and unframed!), books, documents, fabric, flowers…the list goes on!
Think of research trips to the Library – no more bad money eating copy machines! Digital scrapbookers? You can take this baby to fabric stores to get that perfect fabric for a background!
How To Win a Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner
There are so many things you can do with this, we can’t even think of them all, so why don’t you tell us?
If you had a Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner, what would you do with it?
Answer the question in a comment at the end of this post, (sorry only one comment only per person). You’ll have until Sunday, December 19, to enter. The winner will be chosen, by comment number with Random.org, and announced on Monday, December 20th! Family members of TipSquirrel.com writers (and the writers themselves, of course!) are not eligible to win, but everyone else should definitely go for it! What a great Christmas present this will make!
This prize package includes: the Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner (10.25″ x 6.5″ x 1.25″), four AA batteries, 2GB SD memory card, USB to SD adaptor, stitching and color restoration software, window protector sheet, Quick Start User Guide and One-Year limited warranty.
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