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Pandigital portable photo scanner

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PandigitalPandigital PhotoLink Handheld Scanner : Pandigital, the leading provider of digital photo frames in the United States, introduced the PhotoLink Handheld Scanner - a new easy-to-use, portable handheld photo scanner designed to give customers an easy way to transfer digital images into digital photo frames, PCs and laptops. The Pandigital portable photo scanner is a great tool for anyone wanting to view their favorite print photographs on a digital photo frame. The PhotoLink scanner allows customers to quickly and simply scan existing color and black/white prints, up to 4x6 inches large, directly onto a convenient flash media card.
Portable photo scanner

Pandigital handheld photo scanner
The flash memory cards can then be placed into the Pandigital digital photo frame’s card slot for immediate viewing in dedicated or slideshow modes. Additionally, the photos on the card can be copied onto the digital photo frame’s internal memory. In addition, the PhotoLink scanner can scan in photos that can be downloaded onto a Personal Computer or memory card for additional use. The photos are scanned at an incredibly detailed 1800x1200 high resolution and displayed in 300dpi for stunning detail and clarity.

Scan your photos everywhere
“Like all Pandigital products, the PhotoLink Handheld Scanner enables thousands of special memories to be shared and enjoyed,” said Dean Finnegan, CEO and founder of Pandigital. “Now, older photos - such as those of grandma and grandpa on their wedding day - don’t have to stay in a single frame or photo album. They can be seen and enjoyed by the whole family every day. Also, photos that don’t exist digitally can now be easily added into a digital photo frame or collection of digital images with the PhotoLink scanner.”

Pandigital photo scanner memory support
The Pandigital portable photo scanner comes with an SD card and mini-USB 2.0 port and cable to quickly and easily save photos and transfer them to an SD or other flash media card as well as a computer. The Pandigital photo scanner has a 5-in-1 media card reader, so consumers can scan in their images and save them onto their SD, XD, MMC CF or MS memory cards. The Pandigital PhotoLink’s compact, easily transportable size and shape makes it easy to take anywhere to scan and share photos with friends and loved ones. It weighs only eight ounces and measures only 6.15W x 1.8H x 1.5D inches. The Pandigital PhotoLink portable photo scanner (model number PANSCN01) is available now at retailers at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $99.99.

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