Visioneer Mobility now available at Alloys! Print Friendly Version Print Friendly

Alloys, the non-traditional distributer has announced that the long awaited Visioneer Mobility is now available in Australia. The Visioneer Mobility is the class-leading cordless mobile scanner that functions without a computer, cables, or drivers and scans directly to an SD card or USB memory drive.

Priced at only $289 RRP ex GST and available exclusively through Alloys, the Visioneer Mobility is an ultra-portable color scanner that includes a 2 GB SD memory card, rechargeable battery and carrying case. No computer or power connection is required to scan. Users simply press the power button, insert SD or USB memory, press the selector button to choose document type and insert a document or photo. Mobility is also the first mobile scanner that can scan directly to smart phones including Android, Windows and BlackBerry.

Greg Powis, Alloys Document Imaging specialist says "The Visioneer Mobility is one of the most exciting products we've seen in this space for a long time. It is extremely easy to use & produces exceptional results on business cards, small receipts, colour photo's or business documents. Its ability to scan up to 300 pages on a single charge is perfect for anyone who needs to scan away from the office. There's even an Andriod app available that allows you to scan directly to smartphones, tablets, Dropbox, or email!"

The Visioneer Mobility instantly digitizes documents, photos, plastic ID cards and more into one of three file formats: color PDF, black and white PDF or color JPEG. Scanned items can be saved to an SD memory card or a USB flash drive. After scanning items, users can simply eject the removable memory and insert it into any computer with a SD or USB slot, whether Windows, Mac, or Linux. Visioneer Mobility is recognized as a storage device when attached to a computer, so the scanned files can also be easily copied to the hard drive with an included cable.

Alternately, a smart phone can be attached to the scanner via the USB port and scanned images will be saved to the phone's storage media. Scanned images can then be shared by the phone's email or any document share or social media service.

News: 14/07/2011 3:03:20 PM