The scanner allows users to scan to the destination of their choice by pressing a single button
Xerox Corp. has launched the DocuMate 700, an 11 inch x 17 inch flatbed scanner with a built-in USB hub.
According to the company, the hub enables the DocuMate 700 to be connected directly to a PC and used as a stand-alone flatbed scanner or it can be connected through its USB port to an existing automatic document fed (ADF) scanner for added functionality.
Xerox said that its DocuMate 700 has a flatbed that enables users to scan large documents up to A3 size. It offers users the option to scan a variety of documents, such as books, magazines, plastic cards and fragile paper.
Powered by Visioneer OneTouch technology, the scanner allows users to scan to the destination of their choice by pressing a single button, eliminating multiple steps usually required to save scanned documents in popular file formats, the company noted.
The DocuMate 700 can scan documents to nine preset, yet completely configurable, destinations. The scanner includes Kofax VRS, Nuance PaperPort and OmniPage Pro OCR for converting high volumes of paper and forms into files that can be searched and edited, according to Xerox.
Xerox claims that its DocuMate 700 scanner has the ability to instantly scan a document into a searchable PDF file, and send it to one of the many ECM applications that Visioneer has developed links to such as Xerox DocuShare, ScanFlow Store, Docuware, Microsoft SharePoint, Kofax Ascent Collection Server, EMC Captiva QuickScan Pro, FileBound, Laserfiche and/or to devices such as printers and networked storage systems in just one touch.