Personal Photo Scanner and Converter Announced by Pandigital

Pandigital ScannerA Personal Photo Scanner and Converter that is able to scan print photos up to 8 1/5 x 11 inches large was announced today by Pandigital.

The Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner and Converter weighs at less than a pound and can convert print photos into digital images without the requirement of a personal computer, by simply saving the scanned photos on the included SD flash card, or other accepted memory cards like MS, MS Pro, MMSD and XD. Consumers just have to plug it in, and press a button after providing their photo. The SD Card can be used in the Pandigital Digital Photo Frame for immediate use.

“Consumers everywhere have photos that they want to preserve for future generations,” said Dean Finnegan, CEO and founder, Pandigital. “The new Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter lets families easily archive precious moments and milestones such as weddings, yearly school photos, and sporting events are often captured as large 8 x 10-inch prints.”

Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner and Converter

The Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner and Converter does not require any special software because it employs a new twin-roller feeding system that will ensure the photos are scanned perfectly even each time. It can be connected to either a MAC or a PC through its mini-USB ports.

Photos in the Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner and Converter are also scanned at up to six hundred optical dpi for crisp digital scans with a clear resolution of 3800 x 7200 at a 24 bit color depth.

The Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner and Converter is now available for the price of $149.99.

Source: PANDIGITAL through Engadget

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