PFU launches ScanSnap iX1300

PFU (EMEA) Limited has launched the ScanSnap iX1300, a new personal document scanner with a small operational footprint to help individuals maximise their productivity wherever they work from.

Designed to fit any desk or makeshift workspace, the U-turn feed path minimises the device’s footprint by removing the need to extend any trays. Practicality is also enhanced with PC-free scanning direct to mobile or cloud services and the ability to save documents as searchable PDFs or editable Word, Excel, or PowerPoint files.  

There is no wait time for the scanner to warm up, meaning it’s ready to scan at 30 pages per minute in seconds. Thanks to the return path, single sheets, or booklets up to 2mm thick can be instantly scanned without even opening the cover.

As with all the devices in the range, the ScanSnap iX1300 is simple and easy to use; users just need to press a button. With ScanSnap Home software included as standard, users can review, edit and custom tag scanned documents all from one application, making managing scanned files simple and easy. 

Hiroaki Kashiwagi, President and CEO of PFU (EMEA) Limited said, “today’s workforce must be adaptable. Employees, business owners and entrepreneurs often work from multiple locations, and they expect their IT to be just as flexible. Thanks to its tiny operational footprint and time-saving innovations, the ScanSnap iX1300 offers a practical means for today’s workers to make paperwork wherever they choose to make their office.”

Company Details

PFU (EMEA) Limited, a Fujitsu Company

Belmont Rd
Uxbridge
UB8 1HE
UNITED KINGDOM

020 8573 4444

www.uk.fujitsu.com

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