Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 Color Duplex Image Scanner for Mac or PC (2013 Release) [Discontinued by Manufacturer]
(as of Jul 02,2021 12:47:48 UTC – Details)
The Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 provides PC and Mac users an effective way to greatly reduce paper clutter, storage space, and security risks associated with unmanaged paperwork at home or the office. For even greater accessibility and usefulness, you can now scan wirelessly to a PC or Mac as well as iOS or Android mobile devices. ScanSnap Cloud delivers scanned data directly from your ScanSnap iX500 to your favorite cloud services without a computer or mobile device. The software automatically classifies your file type by documents, receipts, business cards and photos, and sends it to the appropriate cloud based on your pre-set profiles. You simply need to press the Scan button on your iX500. Your scanned data can then be managed within your selected cloud service. iX500 maintains a double-sided scanning speed of up to 25 pages per minute even at 300 dpi in Color! You can scan large volumes of various types of documents from color photos to double-sided landscape documents with a host of intelligent automatic image processing functions. Achieving organization with the ScanSnap iX500 starts with the touch of a single button and ends with a host of productivity features that keep you ahead of the stack.
One touch scanning to searchable PDFs, JPEG, editable Word or Excel documents, and business cards
Scan up to 50 double-sided sheets on automatic document feed (ADF) at a speedy 25 pages per minute with advanced paper feeding system
Wi-Fi connectivity delivers wireless scanning to your computer or mobile device – place the iX500 anywhere
Scan anything from business cards to A3 size documents; Intelligent scan correction performs a quick quality check on your scans with auto color detection, auto rotation, and blank page removal
Scan documents directly to the cloud and access them from anywhere – compatible with Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote, and more
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