USB ScanStik with Voice Notes
Planon is known for having pen-sized scanners for mobile scanning of business cards, documents, lecture notes and more.Â What Planon continues to do is develop the scanning technology year after year.
The company has just released it’s latest pen scanner, the ScanStik SK600V.Â The V is for Voice Notes.Â It’s now possible to scan from a device the size of a writing pen and include voice memos for the scanned document.Â Nice.
They have also added bluetooth connectivity, but apparently the “b” didn’t make it into the updated part number.
You can scan at 600dpi (dots per inch) and save the file to a microSD card.Â Once you are ready for download, you can connect to a host computer via USB and off-load all those trade show business cards (or competitors spec sheets of that product not yet released).
Some specs about the product which lists for $249 at most on-line retail stores:
With Planonâ€™s CLC image technology you get superior image quality for better presentations and OCR accuracy.
- Record VoiceNote
- Multi-Page Scan Mode
- Selectable File Compression
- OLED Bright Function Display
- Selectable Resolutions and Formats
- Re-Chargeable Battery
- Free Firmware Upgrades
- Carry Case
- USB Cable
- CD-ROM Installation Disk
- ABBYY FineReader SE OCR Software
- Quick Start Guide
Tags: Planon, scanner, SK600V
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