Canon imageFORMULA P-208 Scan-tini personal scanner

I don’t know about you, but I certainly did not grow up with a scanner being a constant peripheral right beside my desktop machine, although I would have loved to own one considering the amount of doodles that I made which should have been immortalized instead of being thrown out of the house by my mom as part of her annual spring cleaning habit. Well, now that I’m all grown up and working, the idea of owning a scanner ain’t half bad at all, and unlike the bulkier (and far noisier!) scanners of old, it is nice to see Canon cater to the modern market with their imageFORMULA P-208 Scan-tini personal scanner.

The spanking new imageFORMULA P-208 Scan-tini personal scanner is said to be able to quickly handle a variety of documents, where they will include receipts, business cards, photographs, bills and contracts, making life a snap when it comes to managing and organizing personal documents or a small or mobile office. These documents will then be converted into digital information which is easily searched, not to mention stored, and shared.

Not only that, when you hook up the Canon imageFORMULA P-208 Scan-tini personal scanner to the optional WU10 Wireless Adapter & Battery Pack, you end up with enhanced connectivity, as you can now send scanned files wirelessly to a range of compatible devices and operating systems. Basically, this recently introduced adapter will play nice with Windows and Mac environments when it is jiving with the P-208 scanner.

Road warriors will definitely appreciate the diminutive size of this P208, considering how it measures a mere 2-inches wide, making it extremely slim to carry around, where you can also opt to stash it away discreetly at home or at the office even when you are running low on space. Boasting a speed of up to 8 pages-per-minute, you can pick up the imageFORMULA P-208 Scan-tini personal document scanner later this month for $229 a pop.

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