ScanSnap S1300i ADF Image Scanner from Fujitsu

Fujitsu Image Scanner ScanSnap S1300i, Scan up to 12 double-sided ppm, Holds up to 10 pages, Automatic document feeder

Fujitsu
Scan code: LN73531 Manufacturer code: PA03643-B001 Request call
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Product Overview The ScanSnap S1300i Scanner – Makes Document Management a Snap!
Take document scanning to a whole new level with the ScanSnap S1300i. Whether you're at home digitizing receipts, bank statements or term papers, or at the office capturing mission critical documents for a business trip, ScanSnap takes scanning beyond the desktop and into your world.

Fast Scanning with Portability
The ScanSnap S1300i is the smallest multi-page, duplex capable ScanSnap for scanning on the road or at the desk.

Scan to:
- PDF
- Searchable PDF
- JPEG
- Word (editable)
- Excel (editable)
- Business Cards

Intelligent Scan Correction
ScanSnap converts disorganization into order with intelligent features that work behind the scenes to correct images so you don't have to.

- Auto Color Detection
- Auto Rotation
- Blank Page Removal
- Straightens and Crops
- Auto Quality

Fast Double-Sided Scanning
Just press the "SCAN" button and the 10 page automatic document feeder scans both sides of each page at up to 12 pages per minute.

Compatible with PC or Mac
The ScanSnap S1300i works on both Mac and PC operating systems, making flexibility and portability a breeze.

USB Bus Power for Ultimate Portability
The ScanSnap S1300i can be powered by the PC or Mac’s USB ports* when an AC power source is not available.
*When using the USB bus power cable, the PC or Mac must have two USB ports; one for power feeding and the other for USB cable connection. AC adapter also provided

More Scanning Options = More Quick Menu Productivity Space
The ScanSnap Quick Menu for PC and Mac automatically pops up after scanning to provide you a variety of ways to be immediately productive with your scans. It can be easily customized to display just your favorites, present a recommendation, and even display custom profiles. Features • Scan up to 12 double-sided pages per minute.
• Holds up to 10 pages in the automatic document feeder.
• Cross-platform compatibility for PC and Mac.
• One button Searchable PDF creation, PDF, and JPEG.
• Scan to editable Word and Excel files.
• Create searchable keywords from highlighter text.
• Business card scanning software.
• USB or AC powered.
Specifications
Specifications
Scanner Type Non-Flatbed
Connectivity USB 2.0
Resolution  
Scanning Speed (ppm)
  • 24 x Black & White
  • 12 x Colour
Scanning Area A4
Supports Negatives No
Dimensions 284 x 99 x 77 (WxHxD)
Weight 1.4 Kg
Warranty

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

Warranty information has not yet been updated for this product. For further information please call 0871 472 4747 or 01204 474747.

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ScanSnap S1300i ADF Image Scanner from Fujitsu
ScanSnap S1300i ADF Image Scanner from Fujitsu