Canon Released Two New Affordable CanoScan LiDE Color Image Scanners

Canon ScannersThe leader in digital imaging, Canon U.S.A., announced today the release of two new affordable and high quality CanoScan LiDE Color Image Scanners, the LiDE 210 and the LiDE 110.

The LiDE 210 and the LiDE 110 scanners offer the most affordable high-speed scanning solution without the sacrifice of the image quality.

The two new scanners by Canon are very easy to use, coming with a maximum color resolution of 4800 x 4800 dpi for the LiDE210 scanner and 2400 x 4800 dpi for the LiDE110 scanner. They also feature Auto Document Fix and Auto Scan Mode, which automatically adjusts settings by detecting the type of the original that is being scanned, making the user interaction easier.

The LiDE 210 and LiDE 110 Scanners also come with “Advanced Z-Lid Expansion Top”, which gives the ability to rise up to twenty millimeters for very easy scanning of thick items like a kids’ notebook or other. Both of those scanners utilize low power consumption.

“When the time comes to archive memorable photos or important documents, consumers need to be confident that the finished product will be of high image quality when compared to that of the original,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, executive vice president and general manager, Consumer Imaging Group, Canon U.S.A. “These two new CanoScan scanner models deliver not only great results but show Canon’s commitment to providing products which are energy efficient.”

The new affordable CanoScan LiDE Color Image Scanners are available for the price of $89.99 for the LiDe210 and $59.99 for the LiDe110.

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