Argraph Offers Pana-Vue Pana-Scan Scanners to Preserve Precious Memories

Argraph Offers Pana-Vue Pana-Scan Scanners to Preserve Precious Memories

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Carlstadt, NJ—Argraph is distributing Pana-Vue Pana-Scan scanners, including the Pana-Vue Pana-Scan Slide & Film scanner, an easy-to-use device that enables consumers to quickly convert 35mm slides and negatives, including 110 negatives, into high-resolution digital images at the push of a button, without a computer.

The scanner provides an easy way to print, share, e-mail and archive analog images. It allows users to digitize images in home or office without using outside services. They load the slides or negatives into the supplied carriers, view them on the 2.4-inch screen and press the button. The slides and negatives are instantly digitized and saved on the SD card that’s been inserted in the Pana-Scan.

Pana-Vue Pana-Scan Picture and Business Card Scanner.
This unit converts pictures up to 4×6 into high-resolution 5 megapixel digital images without the need for a computer. Business cards can be read by the OCR (optical character recognition) software and saved to a database, converted to vCard, imported into Outlook Address Book, saved in Excel format or saved as a JPEG. The scanner can also be used as a card reader to transfer the cards into a computer once stored to a memory card.

Pana-Vue Pana-Scan Easy-Scan Portable Handheld Scanner.
This scanner allows users to scan, organize and archive any flat object or surface up to 8.5×50 inches—photos, documents, artwork, magazines, books, newspapers, passports, recipes, birth certificates, wallpaper, letters, fabric, receipts, etc. It can turn a stack of papers into organized digital files. Lightweight and powered by two AA batteries, the Easy-Scan can be carried anywhere, and scans saved on a microSD card. Once transferred into the user’s computer, the included OCR software converts the scanned files into editable text files.

All Pana-Vue Pana-Scan scanners are compatible with the latest Windows/MAC operating systems. They come with software and all necessary accessories. argraph.com

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