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Optical Character Recognition(OCR) turns pictures into editable text. Epson DS-860N with its software can do it without mistakes with fonts as small as 6 points. This means that you don't have to make manual edits to the text later to fix mistakes. See More
This scanner suits an office, where many people are in line to scan their documents. This Epson is 3-6 times faster than most office scanners and can scan at an outstanding speed of 65 ppm(pages per minute). The scanning quality at this maximum speed is 600 dpi which is high enough for most cases. See More
With a maximum optical resolution of 4800 x 4800 dpi(dots per inch), this model is designed to scan and capture high resolution photos and documents - you can expect to get very vivid results. Compared to other competitors' models, the colors of your scanned images look more like the original document. If you wish to scan a photo, you have an additional option to restore the color and remove the dust to enhance the image. This makes the scanned photo more clear and life-like. See More
The Canon LIDE 220 is a fairly fast scanner, even at higher resolutions. Scan quality or resolution is measured in dpi - dots per inch. It takes more time to scan at higher resolutions. According to ExpertReviews, it takes 15 seconds to scan a A4 document at 150 dpi and 18 seconds to scan the same document at 300dpi. Scanning a 6 x 4 inch photo at 600 dpi takes 21 seconds, at 1,200 dpi it takes 68 seconds. These are very decent speeds for such high-quality scans. See More
Double-feed detection makes sure that no document gets skipped. The scanner has an ultrasonic sensor, a technology that detects if there is a double-feeding(multiple pages going through the scanner simultaneously) going on during scanning. When scanning large piles of important documents, this feature can save a lot of time and energy. See More