Win a Scanner During National Family History Month

Kaiser Baas Wifi Photo & Document ScannerTo celebrate Australia’s National Family History Month, Kaiser Baas has partnered together with us at Gould Genealogy & History to offer you the chance to WIN one of three Kaiser Baas WiFi Photo and Document Scanners.

Valued at $199.95 the WiFi Photo and Document Scanner is lightweight, portable, and super-easy to use. This sheetfed scanner is suitable for items up to A4 size and allows you to scan your photographs (not those old cardboard ones though) or documents, and the image will save to your computer, tablet or smartphone.

We all know that scanning tends to be one of those tasks that is ‘on the to do list’, and doesn’t happen unless you make it. For some it is lack of time, for others it’s a lack of scanner, so get into the draw and win yourself a scanner, then you have no excuse.

And to give you an idea of just what this little scanner can do, here’s a short video.

HOW TO ENTER
To be in the draw all you need to do is to place an order with Gould Genealogy & History that is over $100.00 (excluding freight) in value, during the month of August, and you’ll be added in.

CONDITIONS
Orders can be placed online, by phone, by mail, or email
Orders must be received and paid for prior to August 31st to be eligible to be in the draw
This offer is available to personal customers only (ie. not libraries, societies and other organisations)
This offer is open to those in Australia and New Zealand only
This offer does not apply to any previous orders which are being confirmed now, or items that are available for pre-order
All applicable entrants will be entered into the draw automatically, with the winners names being selected at random
The Draw will take place Monday 2nd September, and the winners will be notified, as well as announced on our social media sites

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  1. ScanGuru says:

    And if you don’t win the shiny $199 gizmo, download Pic Scanner (http://www.appinitio.com/picscanner), an app for iPhone and iPad, from Apple App Store. Its “coolness factor” lies in its ability to scan three photos at a time, and then automatically crop and save them. I have used it for about 6 weeks now, and am quite pleased. One slightly irritating thing is that download and trial are free, but then you are prompted to make a one-time $2.99 purchase for ongoing use.

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