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By Amanda C. Kooser

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It's time to just say no to blobular, low-resolution images.The Epson Perfection 636U flatbed scanner can pump it up at amaximum 600 x 2,400 dpi. And that's pure hardware capabilitywithout sometimes inaccurate software enhancement. Mac- orPC-ready, the Perfection 636 comes with an Adaptec PCI SCSI card incase you don't already have one. Add in Adobe PhotoDeluxe,Presto! PageManager and Xerox Textbridge Classic OCR software, andyou get a hunk-a, hunk-a good scanning.

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