One of HP’s longer lasting device ranges would be the Scanjet name, and even at the birth of Ubergizmo, we have already talked about a Scanjet – in particular, the Scanjet N6010. That is certainly ancient by all means if you were to compare it to the spanking new HP Scanjet Pro3000 s2 here that targets business users. In fact, the Scanjet Pro3000 s2 is capable of performing 600dpi scans, and if color is your cup of tea, then it can also do 20 color pages per minute at 300dpi.
The Scanjet Pro3000 s2 is said to plug itself into current scanning platforms, where the sheet feed scanner would be equipped with a 50-page automatic feeder for mass document scanning, and is more than capable of handling A4-sized pages at 300dpi in color at up to 20 pages per minute as mentioned earlier. It can also perform automatic two-sided scans, and will hook up via USB using TWAIN, ISIS, WIA, and Mac drivers. This workhorse of a scanner should top out at approximately 1,000 pages per day, and all of your scanned images can be converted into editable text thanks to the accompanying Readiris Pro 14 software, where these converted copies will be sent straight to cloud storage or a SharePoint site. If you are interested, the Scanjet Pro3000 s2 has arrived at the UK for approximately $929 after conversion and should debut in the US not too long after.
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