Scanning for occasional users

March 2002
Management Services;Mar2002, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p30
Academic Journal
The Canon company in Great Britain has released its CanoScan N640P ex and CanoScan D1250U2F scanners in 2002. N640P has a 42 bit, 600 dpi resolution and D1250U2F has 1200 by 2400 dpi image quality for documents, photos and 35-mm films. N640P has Canon's refined LIDE image capture technology for sharp scanning. A universal parallel interface allows it to be daisy-chained with a printer so users can connect more than one parallel peripheral device to a single parallel port. D1250U2F has a USB 2.0 interface for maximum performance and transmission speeds and can handle 480 megabytes per second for fast image transfer rate from scanner to screen.


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