On The Go: Epson Launches Portable Scanners

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Scanning just got easier for busy professionals on the go. Epson has launched two new portable business scanners and they boast the fastest speeds on the market. The WorkForce DS- 310 and DS-360W make it easy to manage documents quickly and effectively while on the move.

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Epson DS-360W

With one of the lightest and smallest designs in their class, they are ideal for carrying in a bag or placing in a drawer, allowing mobile workers to digitize paperwork with ease. The additional embedded battery and wireless connectivity on the DS-360W eliminate the need for cables, making the device truly portable. Both models are capable of scanning a wide range of media, including envelopes, and can scan cards and paper between 52-230gsm.

They are ideal wherever there is a need to scan and capture paper documents, such as business cards or signed forms. The devices can be paired with Epson’s Document Capture Pro software, which has a variety of “scan-to” options like scan-to-cloud, scan-to-email and scan-to- SharePoint, alongside other document imaging features such as barcode recognition and zonal Optical Character Recognition support. The WorkForce DS-310 and DS-360W are perfect accompaniments for any mobile professional.

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