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    DocuScan

    Scan, Save, Share

    Digitising photos, documents, magazine pages and other papery items just got a whole lot easier thanks to the incredibly versatile DocuScan. Sleek and compact, this all-in-one full colour scanner makes digitising paperwork, pics and articles about Mrs Mangel (bored, us?) a complete doddle. You don’t even need a computer!

    Simply feed your photos and other printed material into its waiting gob and…well, that’s it. Photos are archived in JPEG format for stunning clarity, and because the DocuScan scans in high res 300 DPI you’ll be able to read every word. ‘Nell Mangel first arrived in Erinsborough…’ You get the picture. You can even view and zoom in on your scans via its onboard 2.4” colour screen.

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    Store images on the free SD card!

    View them on the colour LCD screen

    Connect to your computer via USB

    If you can’t be doing with all this computer business, fear not: the DocuScan copies directly onto any SD card up to 32GB via its built-in slot (1GB SD card included). This means you can convert photos and documents anywhere there’s a plug socket, and zap them straight into digital gizmos on the fly or archive them directly into any PC or Mac. ‘No, of course my screensaver isn’t that photo of your girlfriend you left on your desk the other week.’

    DocuScan: Contents

    1) User manual 2) USB cable 3) DocuScan 4) 1GB SD card 5) Cleaning Brush 6) Photo sleeve 7) Power adapter


    DocuScan

    It can even scan business cards

    Thanks to an adjustable tray feeder you can scan all sizes up to A4, so standard documents, ancient concert tickets, school reports, swimming certificates, photos of granny on the pier, old Polaroids from the pub and crumpled love letters to Kim Wilde will be zapped into digital files before you can say ‘Paperwork? What paperwork?’ So what are you waiting for? Like the tagline says: scan, save, share.

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    Product info

    DocuScan

    Scan, Save, Share

    Digitising photos, documents, magazine pages and other papery items just got a whole lot easier thanks to the incredibly versatile DocuScan. Sleek and compact, this all-in-one full colour scanner makes digitising paperwork, pics and articles about Mrs Mangel (bored, us?) a complete doddle. You don’t even need a computer!

    Simply feed your photos and other printed material into its waiting gob and…well, that’s it. Photos are archived in JPEG format for stunning clarity, and because the DocuScan scans in high res 300 DPI you’ll be able to read every word. ‘Nell Mangel first arrived in Erinsborough…’ You get the picture. You can even view and zoom in on your scans via its onboard 2.4” colour screen.

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    Store images on the free SD card!

    View them on the colour LCD screen

    Connect to your computer via USB

    If you can’t be doing with all this computer business, fear not: the DocuScan copies directly onto any SD card up to 32GB via its built-in slot (1GB SD card included). This means you can convert photos and documents anywhere there’s a plug socket, and zap them straight into digital gizmos on the fly or archive them directly into any PC or Mac. ‘No, of course my screensaver isn’t that photo of your girlfriend you left on your desk the other week.’

    DocuScan: Contents

    1) User manual 2) USB cable 3) DocuScan 4) 1GB SD card 5) Cleaning Brush 6) Photo sleeve 7) Power adapter


    DocuScan

    It can even scan business cards

    Thanks to an adjustable tray feeder you can scan all sizes up to A4, so standard documents, ancient concert tickets, school reports, swimming certificates, photos of granny on the pier, old Polaroids from the pub and crumpled love letters to Kim Wilde will be zapped into digital files before you can say ‘Paperwork? What paperwork?’ So what are you waiting for? Like the tagline says: scan, save, share.