Visioneer Mobility Air – Wireless Scanner

The company Visioneer, Inc has launched a very convenient solution which  will allow you to scan your documents, photos or anything that you need to be scanned without a computer and then to transfer your scanned data over Wi-Fi to your PC/Mac, laptop, tablet or smartphone.

This convenient solution includes company’s cordless Mobility Air scanner and in addition a 4 GB Eye-Fi Connect X2 card, giving you the freedom to capture any document and seeing it without the need of a computer or power connection. The compact color scanner measures 2” x 2.75” x 11.5”, can scan at 300 dpi directly to an SD card, USB memory or smartphones and mobile devices that support mass storage, and is abale to scan up 300 pages (color PDF, black and white PDF or color JPG ) per charge. It has a rechargeable battery and and along with the 4 GB Eye-Fi SD card will cost you $199.99.

Visioneer Mobility Air Wireless-Scanner

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