Canon's New imageFORMULA P-208 "Scan-tini" Mobile Document Scanner

Canon imageFORMULA P-208
Personal Solutions For Scanning And Sharing On The Go. Smart, Stylish, And Easy To Connect.

This ultra-compact personal document scanner measures a mere 2-inches wide and a tad longer than a standard ruler, slides easily into a briefcase or laptop bag. It can scan single or double-sided documents up to 8-1/2 x 11 inches, including receipts, business cards, photographs, bills, and contracts, on the go at up to 8 pages-per-minute, and convert them to digital files that can be easily searched, stored, and shared. The latest, most compact member of Canon’s advanced imageFORMULA “Scan-tini” line of portable document scanners also connects to your computer with an easy “Plug-and-Scan” setup without additional drivers or apps, uses a single USB port, minimizing the need for additional ports or powercords, has built-in optical character recognition (OCR) for converting paper based documents to digital files, and lets you make multiple settings with the click of a mouse using built-in Canon CaptureOnTouch Lite software. The sleek P-208 includes a 10-sheet Auto Document Feed (ADF) and can handle thick, thin, or long documents-even embossed cards.

Connect the Canon P-208 “Scan-tini” to the optional WU10 Wireless Adapter and Battery Pack to broaden your connectivity choices. When combined with the optional WU10 Wireless Adapter and Battery Pack, the scanner not only works wirelessly in Windows and Mac environments, but also with iPad®, iPhone®, iPod touch™ and Android devices using the free downloadable Canon CaptureOnTouch Mobile app. It can also send scanned images directly to cloud applications such as Evernote ™ and Microsoft® SharePoint®. This mobile document scanner delivers a high level of flexibility and user-friendly performance in a compact, high-value package. It’s the ideal way to help manage and organize your documents, whether you’re keeping track of your family bills, running a small mobile office, or doing business on the road.


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