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HP ScanJet 7800 flatbed scanner
Dennis Hissink : March 10th 2006 - 01:30 CET
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HPHP ScanJet 7800 flatbed scanner : Quickly and easily manage stacks of documents, checks, business cards and more with the small and powerful HP Scanjet 7800 sheet-feed document scanner. This reliable and efficient scanner allows time-conscience businesses and small workgroups within medium/large businesses to scan both sides of a page with one pass at up to 50 images per minute (ipm) (up to 25 pages per minute) with a 50-page automatic document feeder. Scan profiles can be easily configured in the new HP Smart Document Scan Software and then configured to the scanner’s front panel for easy launch. The HP ScanJet 7800 has an estimated U.S. street price of $799 and is expected to be available for purchase May 2006.
HP ScanJet 7800 flatbed scannerHP 7800 scanner - Card feeder
Ideal for the office, the HP ScanJet 7800 can increase productivity by allowing users to effortlessly convert and save scans in a variety of formats including editable text format, as well as organize and manage business cards with an innovative card feeder and the NewSoft Presto! BizCard Reader software. Small and powerful, this compact scanner uses little space and fits easily into a work environment. Rely on 24-hour/365 days a year phone and online support from HP.

HP ScanJet 7800 - Scan profiles and Software
With the new HP ScanJet 7800 flatbed scanner you save time by creating customized scan profiles for recurring tasks with HP Smart Document Scan Software. From the scanner's display you can launch up to 30 customized scan profiles. Scan a wide variety of paper sizes and types, from plastic IDs to legal-size documents, and save them as Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word and other file formats. The HP ScanJet 7800 seamlessly integrates into existing software and optimize scan speed using ISIS and TWAIN drivers. With Kofax VirtualReScan you can optimize image quality for clear results on all documents, in both black-and-white or color. The HP 7800 scanner produces crisp, clear scans in black-and-white and color with up to 1200-dpi and 48-bit color.

HP scanner models
To know what kind of scanner will provide the best tools for your digital photography needs, you should first assess all the ways you're going to use it. Is it solely for converting prints into digital photos, or do you also want to enhance your home office productivity? Do you need to scan three-dimensional items? Will you use it for creative projects? Here are three types of scanners; choose the one that best suits you: flatbed scanners look and work something like small copy machines: You lay the object you want to scan on a pane of glass or put a stack of photos in the digital photo feeder. Flatbed scanners are versatile, as they can scan photos, books, documents, and even three-dimensional objects. There are also see-thru vertical scanners, which feature an ultra-thin design and an easel for vertical storage, are ideal for digital photography: You can see what you’re scanning, plus preview your scanned photos in as little as six seconds. And there are sheet-fed scanners are excellent for scanning large numbers of loose, individual sheets, but cannot handle bound documents or photographs.

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For more than 65 years, HP has combined its ingenuity; engineering prowess and customer focus to help people around the world apply technology in meaningful ways to their businesses, personal lives and communities. HP is a technology company fueled by new thinking and unique ideas about creating more valued experiences with technology. We invest $3.5 billion (USD) in research and development every year. The majority of HP's research is conducted in our business groups, developing the core products and services our customers depend on. The balance of our research takes place in HP Labs, our central research organization. HP Labs invents for the future by delivering breakthrough technology advancements in areas such as nanotechnology, color science, and social and economic systems that anticipate customer needs and provide a competitive advantage.

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