Price Qty

Flatbed scanner with One Touch control - ICE technology corrects errors automatically

Flatbed scanner with One Touch control - ICE technology corrects errors automatically

Europe - BenQ, previously Acer Communications & Multimedia, enters the European market in March with an expanded and improved range of scanners. The futuristic and translucent design of BenQ's new high quality scanners will appeal to the user who expects high performance and stylish appearance at an attractive price.

The BenQ S2W 6400UT is a replacement for the award winning - ScanPrisa 1240UT. With an optical resolution of 1200 x 2400 dpi and 48-bit true colour output, it really stands out from the crowd. Use of a USB 2.0 interface has considerably speeded up data transfer to the computer. Five buttons permit user-friendly "One-Touch" scanning Scan-to-Web, Scan-to-Palm, Scan, OCR and Coping. The S2W 6400UT has a built in 35mm strip transparency unit for scanning negative and positive images. This makes it perfect for demanding hobby users. Professionals using the new S2W 7400UT, with an optical resolution of 2400 x 4800 dpi and a maximum resolution of 19200 x 19200, will find it the perfect scanner to work with. With a built in transparency of 4"x 5", it allows users to scan large format negative and positive images. With the USB 2.0 interface, any large amount of data processing can be done in just a click of a button. With "One Touch" scanning, the 7400UT is a 2400 dpi scanner with individuality.

It is not only the elegant silver outfit that makes the S2W 5000E a very special scanner. This ultra-compact 1200 x 2400 dpi scanner fits almost anywhere, while its light weight (2.1 kg) makes it easy to move around. The Advanced Colour Enhancement (A.C.E.) technology intensifies image colour through software interpolation, increasing colour differentiation from 16.7 million to 281 trillion colours. And the powerful TWAIN-compliant MiraScan driver makes getting professional results simple, with automatic calibration of all scanned images.

The BenQ Scanwit 2740S-film scanner features a maximum optical resolution of 2700 dpi for scanning slides, film negatives and positives. Using its Image Correction Enhancement (ICE) facility, it compensates damage to originals. Fingerprints, dust or scratches are recorded in a 1/4 channel separate from the standard RGB channels. A scanner software algorithm removes the defects and then faithfully reproduces the original picture underneath. This saves time-consuming reworking of graphics.

Visit BenQ at CeBIT 2002, Hall 21, Booth A24.