fujitsu re-released its newest scanner product Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600. Lots of ease and superiority offered by Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 Scanner.
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For information, for scanner products, Fujitsu actually has two types namely Fujitsu ScanSnap, Fujitsu Image Scanner (fi Series). But this time will review the type of ScanSnap is SV600.
Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 provides a new perspective on document scanning. Created with overhead structure, of course the resulting image quality will be different from previous ScanSnap series. By using ScanSnap SV6000 it is not difficult anymore to scan newspapers, books, magazines and important documents without having to cut or damage it.
Features of Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600
What can be scanned by Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600?
Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 allows you to scan documents from unlimited sources. The sources are books, magazines, thin documents, original designs, business cards and documents with paper up to A3.
Scan Business Name Cards Up to A3 Sized Documents
There will be no more crashes or collisions in cutting or folding documents when it exceeds A4 size. Like magazines or newspapers that have more sizes than A4, then you will still be able to scan well.
Working ScanSnap SV600
The performance presented by this scanner is amazing. How not, within 3 seconds you can already get a satisfactory scanning result. Similarly, with A3 size documents, all dimensions will be scanned well especially this scanner is equipped by image correction to eliminate the parts that should not exist in the scanning results.
Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600
Using VI Technology (Versatile Imaging)
Technology VI (Versatile Imaging) is a technology on scanners that combine sensors on LED, lens and CCD lights. This is what makes a scanner capable to detect inequality of scan results and still get a clear picture.
This is intended if you want to scan thin documents and also scan images using crayon or watercolors, color pencils and photos. By not touching it, the image quality will be the same as the original quality.
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