Fujitsu unveils ScanSnap S1100, ultra portable scanner

fujitsu unveils scansnap s1100 ultra portable scannerThe new ultra-portable scanner weighs just over 12 ounces. It is small enough to fit into a briefcase or purse, allowing users to digitize documents on the go.

The ScanSnap S1100 can be used on both PC or Mac and utilizes its innovative paper path system and fast front-side color scanning functionality to quickly scan anything from contracts and long receipts to business cards and plastic IDs. The ScanSnap S1100 is powered by a single USB cable, converts scanned data into searchable PDF files and even allows users to quickly transform paperwork into editable Word and Excel files. Additionally, users can even scan documents directly to Evernote and Google Docs cloud services, making your paperwork and photos easy to store, share and access from just about anywhere.

The device also allows users to easily scan business cards and convert them into .csv files. User can also scan to searchable PDF’s and JPEG files.

“Since the launch of the first ScanSnap in 2003 we have not only consistently expanded its features for both consumers and small office professionals, but have also broadened the product lineup to include desktop, personal and now a true mobile scanning solution,” said Scott Francis, vice president of marketing, Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc. “Simply put, the ScanSnap S1100 takes many of the most popular and powerful features of its larger predecessors and gives users the flexibility and tools they need to be more efficient and paperless anywhere, and at anytime.” PC users can capture a business card, extract the information automatically and export it to Outlook, Excel, Act! and other contact management software. While Mac users can conveniently scan their business cards and export the contact information directly to Address Book or Entourage.

The Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 is available now for $199 through the Fujitsu store located at http://www.buyfcpa.com. It also includes a one year limited warranty.


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