Our fast-moving, business-oriented digital world still produces paper trails, and business professionals need a digital scanner that will keep up with that constant influx of paper documents, both at the office and in the field. Accuracy is vital for anything you scan, from receipts to financial statements to business cards. Xerox Duplex Portable Scanner is the perfect tool for freeing the information trapped in paper. This versatile scanner can scan papers as small as a business card, or documents up to 8.5″ (216 mm) wide and 118″ (2997 mm) long, and save them as a PDF, JPG or other popular file formats.

The new device is a smart portable scanner that captures, stores and organizes up to 1,000 pages a day. It has advanced features such as algorithms that correct visual clarity and optical character recognition (OCR) that reads documents accurately in 179 languages.

DIGITIZE YOUR WORKFLOW

The Xerox Duplex Portable Scanner is designed to streamline paper-ridden processes that bog down employee productivity. Engineered for the worker at home, at the office or in the field, the small footprint enables the device to sit comfortably on any desk, a convenience that makes it simple for employees to digitize and share information. At a suggested retail price of $339.99, the scanner is affordable to a wide range of businesses.

  • U.S. Government Trade Compliant
  • Scans 15 pages per minute in simplex and 30 images per minute in duplex at 300 dpi
  • Scans 20 pages per minute in simplex and 40 images per minute in duplex at 200 dpi
  • 20 page ADF capacity
  • Bundled Software from Nuance®, ABBYY® and Findo®
  • Kensington Security Slot
  • Set up 8 OneTouch custom “scan-to” destinations

Under a trademark licensing agreement with Xerox Corporation, the scanners will be manufactured and marketed by Visioneer pursuant to Xerox’s quality control standards.

“The Duplex Portable Scanner meets demands for personal and portable scanning productivity and helps our customers achieve their digital transformation goals,” said Walt Thinfen, president and CEO at Visioneer. “By transitioning paper-laden processes to digital, organizations can focus on growing and better serving customers.”