Computex Taipei 2012

Taipei, Taiwan, Avision Inc. unveils at Computex Taipei 2012 held during June 5 to June 9, 2012 at the booth number B0733a an array of new products in mobile scanning and professional document scanner to offer consumers mobility, high speed, and diverse purposes.

Best Companion for Mobile Scanning - MiWand 2 Pro 
                      

 
Integrating a large LCD screen and advanced dual-roller scanning technology, the MiWand 2 Pro delivers quality scanned image by simply gliding the device over a page or any surface and allows you to preview the images on the LCD screen. With the addition of a feeder dock, the MiWand 2 Pro makes automatic scan possible by simply inserting a page to the feeder dock. The integrated and innovative functionality has just won  the distinguished design awards from Germany, a red dot product design 2012 award.

Instant Scan Device – IS25 and IS1000
 
Without connecting to computer, these lightweight scanners allow you to start a scan immediately after a page is inserted. The image is automatically saved into a memory card or a removable USB flash drive with a predefined image mode and resolution. These scanners are lightweight yet varied in size and application. The  IS25 allows you to scan documents up to A4 size with an additional feature to use advanced scan via TWAIN user interface when it is connected to a computer. With the ultra-slim flatbed design, the IS1000 features instant-scan and advanced scan via TWAIN user interface for document up to A4 size.

Faster and More Reliable Sheet-fed Scanner, the AV280   

Avision’s AV280 offers high speed rate of 70 ppm/140 ipm and outstanding feeding reliability with the advanced reverse roller technology. The enhanced LCD display which allows 16*4 characters makes the scanner easy to use. Plus, with the advanced bundled software application, Button Manager V2, the AV280 allows you to scan and upload your image directly to a cloud server such as Google Docs, or Microsoft SharePoint.

 



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