BenQ India has
launched its new USB 2.0 Interface scanners for the Indian
market with an optical resolution of 2400 dpi x 4800 dpi.
BenQ''s S2W 7400
UT comes with a built-in transparency unit that provides
transparency support of (210 mm x 36 mm), thus enabling
an easy scan of film, transparencies and negatives. The
feature packed scanner is the first of its kind launched
in India by any imaging vendor.
Says BenQ India
managing director Tashi Gelek: This is our initiative
in offering the customer cutting-edge technology at an
affordable price. BenQ offers a complete range of
scanners comprising 640P (Parallel Port), 4300U (600 dpix
1200 dpi USB), 5300U, 5000E, 5000U (1200 dpi x 2400 dpi
USB) and 640BT (600 dpi x 1200 dpi transparency scanners).
BenQ S2W 7400 UT flatbed, one pass scanner offers a plug
n play USB 2.0 interface (USB 1.0 compatible)
and uses CCD technology. With its simple five push-button
operation, for scan to Web, PDA, MiraScan, OCR, and Copy,
BenQ S2W 7400 UT has pushed the concept of making image
scanning fast, easy and trouble-free for people who want
to enjoy the benefits of the digital lifestyle without
the time-consuming complexities of traditional scanning.
At 2400 dpi, the
BenQ S2W 7400 UT offers a 48-bit colour depth and meets
the scanning needs of mainstream users, with the added
bonus of the advanced colour enhancement (ACE) technology.
ACE makes possible 48-bit colour, allowing the BenQs
S2W 7400 UT to distinguish 281 trillion distinct hues,
for super-realistic scans. With its superior ease-of-use
and economical pricing, the new scanner is an ideal choice
for advanced users and second-time buyers looking for
a high-quality and full function product.
With a twin photismos
design, providing excellent scanning quality, BenQs
S2W 7400 UT comes in with bundled software of Merge magic
(helps scan more than A 4 size documents), Arcsoft PhotoImpression
and Arcsoft PhotoBase OCR.
product will be available through BenQs regional
distributors, Roop Technologies for West and Andhra Pradesh,
ITeastern for Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry, Micromaxfor
North, and Byte Peripherals for Madhya Pradesh.