Epson decides to let you scan in style with the Epson Perfection V39 scanner
While many of us do have experiences with using different kinds of scanners from time to time, how has technology in this particular department evolved in order to have it be appealing and sexy, amidst the rest of the developments in the world of consumer electronics? Well, the folks over at Epson have decided to step forward and let you scan in style with the introduction of their latest product, which is the Epson Perfection V39 scanner, making it the latest family member in the award-winning range of Epson Perfection scanners.
Just what will the Epson Perfection V39 scanner offer? For starters, how about being able to enjoy 4800 dpi optical resolution that will definitely open the door for high-quality scanning? Of course, users too, will be pleased to take note that there is no need for any kind of warm-up time before it kicks into action, while there will be the presence of physical buttons that will enable one to scan directly to e-mail and PDFs. Not only that, the Perfection V39 scanner is compact in its size, which would make scanning, restoring and sharing content easier-than ever before. After all, how many other scanners out there will be able to let you scan and share photos directly to Facebook, Google Drive and other kinds of cloud services?
Not only that, the Epson Perfection V39 scanner will also come with a space-saving built-in kickstand that allows you to place it vertically – a feature that is worth looking forward to, especially when one takes into consideration how space starved we are in this day and age, especially in urban areas where dwellings have become so expensive.
A robust software package that will include the likes of ArcSoft Scan-n-Stitch Deluxe which lets you scan oversized prints and documents, Easy Photo Fix technology to restore color to faded photos, Advanced Digital Dust Correction to remove dust from scanned photos, and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to convert scanned documents into editable text, would make this $99.99 scanner a winner in my opinion.