FANTASTIC HALO SCANNER MOUSE GIVEAWAY !!!
Sponsored by: HALO2Cloud
Sponsored by: HALO2Cloud
Hosted by: Mami's 3 Little Monkeys
What is the HALO Scanner Mouse?
HALO Scanner Mouse is very simple to use, you just swipe, scan and share! The HALO Scanner Mouse allows you to preserve and share special photos, important documents, and so much more.This mouse functions just like a regular computer mouse, but it is also a convenient and easy to use scanner literally right at your hand while at your computer. It is the same size as a normal computer mouse so no worries about it being too big for a busy or cluttered desk. It will also fit perfectly in your laptop bag when you're on the go. Have you ever wanted to scan something was too big for a standard flatbed scanner? Well now with the HALO Scanner mouse you can scan larger items with no problem! Including documents, drawings, books, magazines, photos, and so much more!
Just how easy is it to use the HALO Scanner Mouse?
To go from using the mouse as a normal computer mouse to scanning all you have to do is hit the scan button on the side of the mouse. Then scan the item(s) you would like to. Once you have scanned your item with the mouse, it automatically assembles the images onto your computer screen for easy editing, saving, printing or sharing via social media or email. Optical Character Recognition lets you transfer captured text into an editable document, this means that you don't have to retype text in order to edit it. It recognizes multiple fonts and languages. From assisting with daily business tasks to helping the kids with their homework, this handy technology will prove itself an awesome tool for the whole family to use.
So easy and so awesome. I would use it a LOT :)
Did you know, that Modern scanners may be considered the successors of early telephotography and fax input devices.
The pantelegraph was an early form of facsimile machine transmitting over normal telegraph lines developed by Giovanni Caselli, used commercially in the 1860s, that was the first such device to enter practical service. It used electromagnets to drive and synchronize movement of pendulums at the source and the distant location, to scan and reproduce images. It could transmit handwriting, signatures, or drawings within an area of up to 150 x 100mm.
Édouard Belin's Belinograph of 1913, scanned using a photocell and transmitted over ordinary phone lines, formed the basis for the AT&T Wirephoto service. In Europe, services similar to a wirephoto were called a Belino. It was used by news agencies from the 1920s to the mid-1990s, and consisted of a rotating drum with a single photodetector at a standard speed of 60 or 120 rpm (later models up to 240 rpm). They send a linear analog AM signal through standard telephone voice lines to receptors, which synchronously print the proportional intensity on special paper. Color photos were sent as three separated RGB filtered images consecutively, but only for special events due to transmission costs.
Scanning technics have developed and improved since and today you can do it via this fantastic high-tech HALO Scanner Mouse! :)
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♥AND THE GIVEAWAY♥
HALO would like to offer 4 lucky winners their own HALO Scanner Mice!! Each HALO Scanner Mouse has a retail value of $111.95. This giveaway is open WORLDWIDE, entrants must be at least 18 years of age, giveaway will end on June 28th. To enter, simply enter through the Rafflecopter form below.
Good Luck! :D
Disclosure: Sarh from Mami's 3 Little Monkeys and Spring Of Health received no monetary compensation for this post, the products were giving to Sarh from Mami's 3 Little Monkeys in exchange for their honest review. Spring Of Health and other blogs participating in this promotion are not responsible for the prize fulfillment for this giveaway.
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