Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 CDF Simplex Color Grayscale Mono 600dpi USB

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  • Fujitsu
  • 17804769
  • PA03688-B005
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Ordering Information
  • Scan documents up to 8.5 in x 34 in
  • 600dpi x 600dpi maximum resolution
  • USB connector
The cross platform compatible ScanSnap iX100 brings the power and intuitiveness of the ScanSnap range of models to a compact and totally wireless format. Weighing just 400g, the ScanSnap iX100 comes with a USB rechargeable Lithium-ion battery that is capable of up to 260 A4 scans on a full charge. Combined with an ability to scan either via a wireless network to PC workstations or mobile devices running the ScanSnap Connect Application, this ScanSnap delivers a true 'scan anytime scan anywhere potential'.

The ScanSnap iX100 can automatically detect Wi-Fi networks at home, in the office or on the go -- it only needs to be set up once after which any regularly visited network environment will be automatically detected. Alternatively, with Direct Connect mode, it is possible to scan wirelessly beyond an infrastructure network. Simply download the ScanSnap Connect Application free of charge from the official application distribution services and then scan, save and distribute documents directly to an iPad, iPhone or Android device.

A multitude of everyday documents can be seamlessly processed by the iX100 at a speedy 5 seconds, whether it be business cards or receipts, photos, thicker items like postcards, bills, everyday A4 documents or even A3 documents. Scan both sides of a folded A3 document one after the other and if an adjoining pattern is detected the bundled software will automatically join the 2 page images together.

The iX100 will automatically: detect and scan in black and white or color, will recognize the size of each document and scan accordingly, will detect and correct for skew, and will show images in their proper orientation with blank pages removed. All of these automatic functions help ensure that the first scan is the best scan and minimize operator involvement.