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Flatbed Computer Scanners

Flatbed computer scanners are an affordable solution for all your basic home scanning needs. These slimline and compact scanners are capable of clearly scanning high-quality photos and documents to be stored on your computer or removable hard drives. Cut down on paperwork by storing files electronically and backing up your important documents digitally.

Specifications

Flatbed scanners with USB 2.0 connectivity are powered by your computer or laptop. They are capable of producing quality scanned images up to 6,400 dpi, ensuring your scanned images maintain clarity. You can also scan directly to social media accounts, cloud backups and Google Drive using computer software with your scanner.

CCD Flatbed Scanners

CCD flatbed scanners use technology to ensure that your flatbed scanner will capture the best resolution of your images and produce precise and clear scanned images quickly and efficiently. CCD technology uses light directed towards the system’s sensor elements to capture high-resolution images using a micro-lens. This improves the shadow detail in your photos and helps to eliminate the issue of background dots, also known as image noise.

Flatbed Scanner Features

Flatbed scanners use ReadyScan LED lighting to scan documents, specifically designed to capture precise colour and detail. The scanner automatically eliminates dust from your scanned images. Flatbed scanners are capable of scanning film negatives using Dmax 4.0 optical resolutions and printed photographs. Most scanners are equipped with batch scanning so you can scan multiple documents in succession. Flatbed CCD scanners utilise white IR LED lighting and assist with backlight correction. Most scanners weigh 6.6kgs, which means these scanners are lightweight and can be easily placed in the home or office. Flatbed scanners are suitable for use with various operating systems such as Mac OS 10 as well as Windows Vista and XP. Power requirements are in line with Australian standards for safe household use.

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