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The scanner Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 wins the Red Dot Award for Product Design 2015

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Receiving awards is always good, especially when it comes to important awards, such as that obtained by Fujitsu.

The scanner Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 receives the Red Dot Product Design Award for 2015. This is an important recognition, awarded by an international jury, composed of 40 design specialists from around the world. Among the extensive range of choice, the committee awarded the prize to the model of Nissan, we discover together, in its blend of style, technology and functionality.

ScannerThe Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 is a scanner ultraportable, with innovative features that adapt to the needs of modernity.

We all know how important the connection between compactness, ease of use, efficiency and quality. These are the elements pointed to by the Japanese company’s new product, which has many strings to its bow to catch the interest of a certain group of clients.

The public can admire from near Smau Milano 2015, scheduled for March 22 to 24 next year, where the company PFU Imaging Solutions, which belongs to the parent company, will showcase the new optical drive, intended to carve out his space technology fair in Lombard.

The ScanSnap iX100 offers Wi-Fi connectivity and lithium-ion battery built to capture any document in mobility. By its nature, can store the items directly from smartphones and tablets (Android and iOS), PC and Mac, immediately ready to be consulted and, if necessary, shared via email or through cloud services. It is an interaction much appreciated by users of our day, who lives with admiration like “joints”.

The model we are dealing with the balance weighs 400 grams. This also makes it convenient to carry, because they do not charge too much mass. To acquire a page (A4, color, 200/300 dpi) takes 5.2 seconds, a speed of great interest in the particular segment in which the product is to operate.

To optimize images while scanning provides the powerful processor GI. Scanned documents can then be stored in JPEG, PDF, searchable PDF and again in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Can share via email or sevices Cloud.

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