Xerox Launches Colour Network Scanner

2010-10-29 08:40:14

Published on 2010-10-29 08:40:14

Printer ink maker Xerox has announced the release of its 3920, a colour network scanner. Users of the product can use its functional LCD touchscreen to scan both sides of a document to a range of platforms: email, online networks, fax, FTP locations, and printers.

Additionally, a QWERTY keyboard makes data entry accessible and fast. The scanner is suitable for workgroups and offices, Xerox said. The 3920 can scan 20 pages per minute, or 14 images per minute, and has a document feeder built to hold 50 pages at a time.

A built-in Ethernet connection means the scanner can be accessed via web management tools.

"Direct connect scanners are a vital part of your document capture strategy but now network scanners can meet your shared scanner needs with great efficiency and ease of use," said John Capurso, vice president of marketing at Visioneer, who worked with Xerox to develop the product.

This month, Xerox also launched two new solid colour ink desktop printers.

Posted by Johnny McMaster.

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