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New Flatbed Scanner from Xerox


New economy flat bed scanner, Visioneer® and Xerox®. The new Xerox 7600i, a compact flatbed scanner that conveniently plugs into a USB 2.0 port. This unit is ideal for photo enthusiasts or small and home offices looking for a colour scanner that’s ultra slim, portable and easy to use.

Weighing just 1.6 kg., measuring less than 45mm tall and powered solely by the USB port, the Xerox 7600i is a truly portable scanner. The extendable hinge and removable lid provides the added benefits of versatility for scanning books, magazines or oversized objects.

The device can scan up to 1200 x 1200 dpi in 48-bit colour and comes bundled with a suite of document and image management software that streamlines scanning processes.

“Small office, work from home professionals and students will love the low price, the portability, and the quality results of the Xerox 7600i. It is an ideal scanning solution for anyone who needs a fast, flatbed scanner and outstanding software to help them be more productive.” said Peter Trapmore Sales Director EMEA at Visioneer, a Xerox licensing partner.

The Xerox 7600i scanner includes Visioneer OneTouch® scanning technology to eliminate the multiple steps usually required to send scanned documents or photos to an application. With one touch scanning technology users can touch one button and complete the scanning task, not just launch the program.

The Xerox 7600i scanner includes three front panel buttons to scan, copy and email. The buttons are pre-configured at the optimal settings for these most common scanning tasks, enabling first time users to begin scanning immediately. Users can quickly customise any of the buttons for even more functionality or to suit their own scanning needs and preferences.

The Xerox 7600i comes bundled with software that includes tools to edit, crop and retouch scanned images and then organise the files into folders. Users are also able to scan and automatically upload their documents to popular cloud destinations such as Google Docs™, Evernote®, DropBox, and others with the touch of one button.