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Giveaway: IRIScan all-in-one mouse and scanner

updated 07:53 pm EDT, Wed May 15, 2013

IRIScan all-in-one mouse and scanner

Quite often, in our electronic world, it is necessary to make digital copies of documents or pictures. The IRIScan all-in-one mouse and scanner makes doing this super fast and easy. Electronista has one to give away; read on to learn more about this mouse and find out how you can enter to win.

The IRIScan mouse is a cutting-edge portable mouse with built-in scanner bundled with Optical Character Recognition software that turns scans into editable documents. Instantly scan documents in 400 dpi resolution as you slide the mouse over top. This mouse also features right, left and wheel click capabilities, and USB 2.0 connectivity for fast live image stitching while scanning. Included is IRIS's OCR software that process the scan, turning paper documents into a fully editable and searchable digital file that can be imported into PDF, Word, Excel and more. At this time it is only compatible with PCs, and retails for $79 at Irislink.com.



To enter, click here, agree to our terms and conditions, and answer one skill-testing question. Mailing list signup is required to be selected, if you have already signed up for a mailing list, please place a check in the box next to the list you have signed up for. Giveaway is open to US residents and closes on May 24, 2013.




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