What special features will your scanner ideally have?
The Scanner Shop stocks a variety of different scanner types that allow their user to access different capabilities, such as scanning large documents or linking to a network. We’ve covered different sheet-size optimised scanners already, so we’ll focus on the other available types you may wish to purchase, such as:
Network scanners, which are capable of uploading their scanned documents to a shared network, are excellent for large offices or businesses that are spread out across the country – or even the world! A document scanned in a network printer is instantly available anywhere on the network, making these network scanners a great way to distribute documents to everyone that needs access to them.
Microfilm scanners, which allow their owners to transfer microfilm documents to a digital format, are great for modernising an ageing stock of microfilm documentation. Microfilm is a format traditionally used to store several pages in the smallest format possible and was previously only readable with the help of a specially-designed microfilm reader. With a microfilm scanner, these documents can be transferred effortlessly and made available to view with no hassle.
Wi-Fi scanners, which can sync to a smartphone or mobile device via a wifi system, with a dedicated app which allows scanned documents to be made available on the mobile device. With these wireless scanner systems, your scanned documents can be taken with you, wherever and whenever you need them.
No matter your requirements, there is a scanner to match them in our stock. Whether you need a massive scanner able to copy 125 pages per minute or a sleek, thin-bodied scanner that sits unobtrusively on a shelf until you need to activate it and send the scanned document halfway across the world, whether you need access to your scanned documents on your phone miles from your office, if you need to switch the scanner between PCs and Macs, we’ve got what you need.
We stock scanners designed and made by world-renowned technology manufacturers, including Epson, Canon, Brother, Cyberview, Fujitsu, Kodak, Kofax Express, Panasonic, Plustech and Silex Technology,