21st January 2009 - Epson continues to deliver quality to home scanning with the introduction of the new Perfection V30. Reaching an optical resolution of 4800 dpi, this product is the perfect solution for home scanning and will quickly and easily scan everything from documents to photos. It comes in a compact and stylish slim-line design, providing users with a contemporary addition to their home without compromising on quality and innovation.
The Perfection V30 is equipped with ReadyScan LED technology which means that the unit has low power consumption and requires virtually no warm-up time. As with the rest of the Epson Perfection range, the Perfection V30 is ENERGY STAR compliant.
A multiple scan to PDF button has been added, which allows users to automatically save documents into PDF format so they are easy to email and file. The Perfection V30 also scans documents up to 25mm thick with the lid closed thanks to the fully open lid design which when open fully to 180° it can copy large document formats, crucial for scanning thick textbooks with heavy spines.
Richard Aplin, Product Manager Epson UK, says, "The Epson Perfection V30 will fully satisfy the needs of the home or small office customer who wants to scan important documents or letters to email, when faxing is not an option. And with the inclusion of Epson Easy Photo Fix™ it is suitable to easily scan and restore photos."Epson Perfection V30 Photo key features summary:
• Low power consumption and ENERGY STAR compliant
• Instant start-up and power-down in only three seconds with Ready Scan LED technology
• Scan multiple pages to PDF at the touch of a button
• 4800dpi optical resolution
• Flexible 2-way display for portrait or landscape scanning
• Scan thick materials easily with the extendable hinge and fully open 180° scanning
• Four quick-start buttons for fast and convenient scanning and copying
• Epson Perfection V30, including VAT- £68.50
The Societies of Photographers Convention and Trade Show at The Novotel London West, Hammersmith ...
You have 155 days until The Societies of Photographers Convention starting on Wednesday 22nd January 2020