Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i
The portable ScanSnap S1300i from Fujitsu provides PC and Mac users the tools to be productive and paperless, anywhere. The ScanSnap S1300i is the smallest multi-page double-sided ScanSnap scanner for one-button ease of use at the desk or on the road. Stack up to 10 pages into the automatic document feeder (ADF) and press the blue button.
ScanSnap S1300i scans both sides of each page at up to 12 pages per minute directly to PDF, searchable PDF, JPEG, or to office applications like Word or Excel. The ScanSnap S1300i automatically recognizes the size of each document, detects and corrects for skew, and shows images in their proper orientation. You can even choose to have blank pages automatically removed. ScanSnap S1300i comes with an AC Adapter but for added mobile convenience, the ScanSnap S1300i can be powered though the computer’s USB ports when an AC port is not available.
After scanning is complete, the selectable Quick Menu appears to allow users to smoothly transition between different scanning intentions without complication or guesswork. The ScanSnap S1300i provides users direct scanning to Evernote and Google Docs, as well as Salesforce CRM and SharePoint Online (for Windows). It also brings two additional cloud syncing functions: Scan to SugarSync and Scan to Salesforce CRM. Now you can seamlessly scan and save your scanned files to the cloud for fast and easy accessibility from just about anywhere. The ScanSnap S1300i features a powerful set of automated image processing functions including Auto skew correction, Auto orientation, and Auto color detection. These intelligent features work behind the scenes to help ensure scanned content looks great without effort.
- Fast color, grayscale and monochrome scan speeds of up to 12 double sided pages per minute
- 10-page Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)
- One touch searchable PDF Creation
- Automatic paper size detection, automatic color detection, automatic cropping, blank page deletion and de-skew
- Scan to: Evernote, SugarSync, Google Docs, Salesforce Chatter and Dropbox