ValueVad brings Kodak’s latest scanner to the market

ValueVad is bringing Kodak’s recently unveiled i200 Series scanners to the Middle East as it looks to improve users’ through put rates and boost their competitive advantage.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  March 31, 2003

ValueVad is bringing Kodak’s recently unveiled i200 Series scanners to the Middle East as it looks to improve users’ through put rates and boost their competitive advantage. At the same time, the low-volume document scanners aim to bring high-end functionality to users with less than enterprise budgets.

“Our customers have told us that ease-of-use and throughput — the key measure of production scanning — are critical elements in maintaining a competitive advantage,” says Erwin Schwarzl, general manager, Kodak Document Imaging, Capture & Imagelink products, European, African & Middle Eastern Region.

“The i200 Series meets those requirements by combining significant advances in imaging science and information technology at entry-level production scanning prices,” he adds.

The i200 Series Scanners provide colour scanning at the same speed as black and white scanning and come with a standard IEEE-1394 (FireWire) connection to the host computer. The scanners come in two models — the i250 (simplex) and i260 (duplex) — and can scan more than 5,000 pages per day.

Features that have trickled down to the i200 from the high end i800 Series Scanners include simultaneous bitonal and colour output, which helps reduce pre-sorting and manual scans; ultrasonic 3D multi-feed detection, which minimises the risk of lost documents; and electronic colour drop-out, which removes irrelevant background colour to provide clearer, sharper picture.

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