Fujitsu introduces new addition to its ScanSnap line
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Fujitsu introduces new addition to its ScanSnap line


Fujitsu Computer Products of America has introduced the newest addition to its portable ScanSnap product lineup: the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300, a mobile multi-page scanner that provides one-button scanning.

The ScanSnap S1300 is designed for full cross-platform functionality for Macs and PCs. It's engineered to provide consumers and business professionals the most productive scanning experience at home or on the go, says Michael Sidejas, product marketing manager, Fujitsu Computer Products of America. He says that key features that are new to the ScanSnap S1300 include:
° Automatic quality: When Auto is selected under Image Quality, ScanSnap increases the resolution on small documents (A6 or smaller), helping ensure the fine-print on small documents remains legible and searchable;

° A Mark Text function: Users can utilize a standard highlighter pen on a black & white document to automatically create searchable keywords of the highlighted text, such as an invoice number or last name;

° ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap: ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap lets user transform their paperwork into editable Word and Excel files at the push of a button;

° Grayscale support: In addition to automatically detecting color and monochrome, users can now scan images or text in grayscale;

° Long document support: Users are able to scan a document up to 34 inches long, allowing ScanSnap S1300 to support a wider range of documents, such as long grocery receipts or lengthy rental agreements.

ScanSnap S1300 comes with software for Macs and PCs so users who use both can optimize their ScanSnap for either platform. In-box software for the Mac includes Scan to Functions and
Cardiris 3.6.

The Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 is available now for US$295 (U.S. list) through Fujitsu authorized resellers, mail order catalogs and the Fujitsu web site (http://www.buyfcpa.com).

 
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