The compact Kodak ScanMate i920 Scanner saves desk space with its small footprint, and saves time by automating repetitive tasks. Plus, it creates crisp, clear images and easily readable text on the first scan. So you can make quick work of your scanning tasks. And get back to business.
With Kodak’s Smart Touch functionality, the ScanMate i920 gets important business documents into your information network in an instant. That’s because Smart Touch automates multiple-step scanning operations by capturing, processing, and sending information for you. At the touch of a button, Smart Touch helps you make e-mail attachments, picture files,searchable PDFs, and more. Plus it files documents or sends them to “the cloud.” For example, if a business configured its ID card scanning process as Option 2, an employee could simply select “2” on the scanner display. The ID card would be scanned, processed, and its image sent to the proper destination — automatically.
Save space - Compact, highly portable design takes up less desk space Save time -
Kodak’s Smart Touch performs multiple-step scanning and organizing operations automatically
Make great images - Kodak’s Perfect Page document imaging is built in — just press the button and get great i mages with bright colors and crisp text
Scan it all - Reliably handles a wide range of documents with the 20-sheet automatic document feeder, including extra-long documents, business cards, ID cards, and embossed hard cards
Stay in contact – BizCard bundled software helps you easily edit and synchronize business card info with your contact applications
Integrate easily - TWAIN and ISIS drivers allow quick compatibility with most scanning software
Do more - Kodak Capture Pro Software (A) lets you quickly scan, process, utilize, and manage documents — no third-party software to buy
Get peace of mind with our three-year warranty : Kodak "3 for free" Advanced Unit Replacement offer
ScanMate i920 is designed for personal and small business use, but fits also decentralised applications where large numbers of units will be deployed.