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Fujitsu Launches ScanSnap SV600

Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600

Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600

Fujitsu, a leading provider of ICT-based business solutions has launched SV600, a new lineup in the ScanSnap series, which delivers simple and speedy paper-to-PDF digitization in a compact design. First of its kind, SV600 pioneers a design unrivalled that of others yet has the prowess of conventional book scanning with optimum sophistication.

More and more users around the world choose ScanSnap series personal scanners because they deliver simple and speedy document digitization to PDF files. SV600 is a new document scanner which utilizes a new technology “Versatile Imaging Technology” (VI Technology) to maintain the user friendliness and high image quality.

SV600 offers scanning of large size documents (up to A3 size) as well as bound books directly in document quality which are particular in ScanSnap series for its sharp scanned image data. Inheriting the symbolic “One Touch” feature from the ScanSnap Series and equipped with “Book Image Correction”(to correct distortion caused by the curve of an opened book) and “Page Turning Detection”, various media can be converted into digital data without hassle.

The scanner is bundled with software for WindowsOS and software for Mac OS (Driver software, business card management software, OCR software) will be available for download by the end of 2013.

The prowess of SV600 led Fujitsu to support digitizing media that cannot be scanned easily until now, and will continue to evolve customers’ lifestyle.

Through SV600 various documents can be digitalized easily with the new technology – VI Technology combines deep depth of field lens, high directivity LED lamp and CCD linear image sensor to minimize the unevenness in image quality when scanning and produce uniform document quality. With this technology, even large size documents and bound books can be digitized easily.

VI Technology is able to scan newspaper or magazines of any size (up to A3 size). There will be no hassle to cut or fold thick documents such as newspaper, books and magazines for preparation to scan. One can simply place them on the scanning pad provided and they can be scanned directly with ease. Even documents with sticky notes can be scanned directly without any effort to remove them.

Having equipped with book image correction and page turning detection, SV600 facilitate speed scanning books with optimal precision. It is also bundled with “Rack2-Filer Smart with Magic Desktop”. SV600 is the all-in-one model to organize and compile scanned images into a digital book.

It is also equipped with “Book Image Correction” to correct the distortion caused by the curve of an opened book. Scanned images can be confirmed and fine tuned on the preview dialog, thus image data of scanned magazines and books can be as sharp as scanned image of cut sheet paper.

It has “Page Turning Detection” to automatically detect when a page is turned during scanning. Users can digitize a book in just one touch which makes continuous page scanning becomes efficient. The new feature of “Rack2-filer Smart”, “Easy Book Creation”, can automatically set the size of the display according to the size of the scanned book on the virtual bookshelf and create thumbnails using the scanned front and spine of the book. This function has been added to enhance the operation from scanning to digitalizing books in a simple manner.

SV600 is ready to scan in 3 seconds after switching on the scanner. Furthermore, less than 3 secondsare needed for scanning large A3 size documents. This high speed scanning means users can be stress free when scanning.

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