05. 09. 2007
Dedicated Post: Win an HP Presto Printer and 3 months free service
There's still time for Popgadget readers to enter the contest to win this HP Presto Printer, with 3 months of free service. Give your mother Presto, and she won't need a computer or internet service to receive your emails and digital photos. Presto automatically prints them out without her having to lift a finger. Read more about Presto in our earlier post, and see how easy it is to get started.
For a chance to get one free (with 3 months of service), just send an email to email@example.com with the subject line "popgadget giveaway," and include in the body of the email your full name and U.S. address. Winners will be selected at random from all valid entries submitted by midnight of Mother's day, May 13, 2007. See the full Popgadget contest rules.
The email shown above was created using one of the many styles available from Presto.
The Presto Printer sells for $150, and service - for unlimited emails - is $10 per month (total prize value $180). (The service is only available within the U.S., so this contest is limited to U.S. residents for use by a U.S. resident.)
Links to what bloggers are saying about Presto after the jump.
I send pictures to my mom in this manner and she’s mentioned that she goes to the printer every day looking for new treats. Like Pavlov’s dogs, my mother salivates at the sight of my young son.
Everyone has that technology-challenged loved one that hasn't yet joined the email generation. Well, now they can at least receive emails, all without touching a computer.
If you're worried about spam, worry no more: the HP Printing Mailbox only accepts messages from a list of approved family or friends that you create during setup.
Sharing emails and photos with family and friends who aren't online usually requires printing it and mailing it to them the old-fashioned way. . . This is a combination of service and "fancy" printer that enables those of us who are living in the digital age to share digital content, including email and photos, with family and friends who don't have a computer or Internet connection.
- Work It, A Blog for Working Moms