Epson Perfection V500 Office scanner



When it comes to scanners, there is a handful of notable names that one can trust, and among them would include Epson, who recently released their Perfection V500 Office scanner that will target micro-business owners, home office users and consumers. This scanner is able to offer an above average scanning solution which effortlessly combines the productivity features of a document scanner and the image quality of a photo scanner without taking up too much footprint on your working desk. Epson has clearly done well to position the Perfection V500 Office for scanning a wide variety of items, ranging from important documents to receipts. It will feature a 30-page automatic document feeder that has scan speeds of up to three pages per minute, a quartet of push buttons for easy, one-touch scanning, and Epson ReadyScan LED technology that makes scanning a snap since it does away with pesky warm-up time, especially when you’re just about to start a scan or switching between reflective and film scanning. Guess getting this would be an unspoken signal from your boss that he expects productivity levels to increase, leaving you with less excuse to hang around the water cooler for the latest gossip because the scanner is “warming up”.

The Epson Perfection V500 Office comes with 6400 dpi resolution for superior image quality scans, while you will also benefit from a wide range of speciality photo features including a transparency unit for negative, slides and film scanning, Digital ICE Technology that handles dust and scratch removal in film scans and Epson Easy Photo Fix technology which comes in handy where old and faded image restoration, dust removal and grain reducing are concerned.

The Epson Perfection V500 Office is tipped to retail for $349.99 when it arrives in the market sometime next month. It will play nice with most operating systems including Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Mac OS X.

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4 reviews or comments

Harsha Says: April 19, 2011 at 5:38 am

Of all the scanners I have used, I’ve found that Epson scanners are the sturdiest. Try it out.

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