|Canon LiDE 70 Scanner|
Nic Rossmüller : July 31th 2006 - 21:00 CET
Canon LiDE 70 Scanner : With the digital age in full swing, now is the time to digitally archive those shoeboxes full of old photos and personal files that are bursting at the seams. The scanning solution fit most budgets and lifestyles. The new Canon LiDE 70 Color Image Scanner offers the latest in design, ease of use and affordability. Digitizing photos, slides, negatives, and important documents is easier than ever before with the newest features on the Canon scanner. The Canon LiDE 70 scans photos at a maximum of 4800 x 9600 dpi optical resolution for clear and sharp images. The Canon LiDE 70 scanner even feature a built-in Film Adapter Unit (FAU) to make scanning of 35mm negatives and mounted slides a breeze.|
Canon LiDE 70 Scanner - EZ Button|
The LiDE 70 unit can also handle medium format negatives, ideal for the amateur or even for the professional photographer. The Canon LiDE 70 scanner also have "EZ Buttons" for one touch operation that allows the user to copy, scan, create an Adobe PDF file (Portable Document Format), or optimize an image for email at the press of a button. In addition to great photo and film scans, users that need to scan documents can use impressive features such as automatic document alignment to create straight scans that save time and hassle.
Canon scanner LiDE 70 - Adobe PDF format
Users now have even more options when scanning documents into Adobe PDF format. Using the added EZ Buttons, users of the Canon LiDE 70 can easily create customized PDF documents with buttons for color or black and white PDF creation. There is also a "custom" button to save individual preferences, and a "finish" button that completes the creation of a multi-page PDF file without touching the computer. Most Windows and Macintosh users will also both be able to enjoy the benefits of the new Canon scanner. The new scanner utilize USB 2.0 High Speed connectivity for fast image transfer, as well as Canon's bundled software suite, including the CanoScan Toolbox interface and ScanGear 12 software, to help enhance scanned images and text.
Canon LiDE70 Scanner - Performance
"The Canon LiDE 70 gives consumers space, affordability, and fast performance, providing the ideal platform for those looking to turn their photos and important documents into digital memories," said Yukiaki Hashimoto, senior vice president and general manager of the consumer imaging group at Canon U.S.A., Inc. "Now consumers have every reason to join the digital world, and take their photos and documents with them."
Canon Scanner LiDE 70 - Features
• Superb Scans: Produce scans with spectacular resolution of up to 4800 x 9600 color dpi.
• Rich, vivid color: 48-bit color depth yields over 281 trillion possible colors.
• Faster data: The USB 2.0 interface enables the fastest possible image transfers.
• Scan thick originals: You can even copy or scan thick items that do not lie flat on the platen.
• Incredible resolution: The included software greatly enhances resolution.
• Less Wires: One cable to your computer provides both a USB connection and power.
• Easy scanning: Large function buttons automate the scanning process.
Canon LiDE70 Color Image Scanner - Photo scanning
The LiDE 70 scanner, Successor to Canon's market leading LiDE 60 Color Image Scanner Interested in a sleek metallic finish on a scanner that will fit easily into your lifestyle and budget? The LiDE 70 scanner is the answer. At an estimated selling price of only $79.99, the LiDE 70 scanner gives users the ability to scan photos and documents with ease at a maximum of 2400 x 4800 dpi color resolution. Four EZ buttons allow the user to quickly copy, scan, email or create a PDF file. A perfect fit for the dorm room or the classroom, the LiDE 70 scanner utilizes the exclusive Z-Lid by Canon to scan bulky items. The LiDE 70 scanner is also a snap to start up, with only one USB cable needed for both data and power.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. delivers consumer, business-to-business, and industrial imaging solutions. The company is listed as one of Fortune's Most Admired Companies in America and is rated #35 on the BusinessWeek list of "Top 100 Brands." Its parent company Canon Inc. is a top patent holder of technology, ranking second overall in the U.S. in 2005, with revenues of $31.8 billion.