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PlanOn Announces ScanStik – World’s Smallest Scanner

PlanOn, a leader in scanning and printing solutions, announced today they will be releasing the ScanStik, which is billed as “the world’s smallest scanner”.  The pen-sized device is capable of full-color, full-page scans and will easily fit in a pocket.  It’s designed for business travelers who have a need for such a device, but also some individual users may find it helpful for doing research in libraries and other such locations.

PlanOn claims a full-page scan takes as little as 4 seconds.  It features a DPI resolution of up to 600 (it can also do 150 and 300), 24 bit color, a rechargable lithium polymer battery, microSD card slot, and an LED function display.  The device is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, and XP.  It will ship with PaperPort OCR software and a USB cable for connection to your computer or tablet.

The ScanStik is available for immediate shipment.  It retails for $159.99 and can be purchased directly from the PlanOn web site, and will likely be available soon from other locations such as Amazon.

PLANon hand held scanner demo at CES 2007

Planon hand held scanner product demo at the 2007 Consumer Electronics show.

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