updated 06:35 am EST, Tue January 9, 2007
IntelliScanner mini ships
IntelliScanner (booth no. S437) today unveiled IntelliScanner mini, its ultra-portable personal barcode scanner and software package for organizing collections and home assets with barcode technology and AutoFill item identification. IntelliScanner mini is about the size of a car "keyfob," and can organize personal assets automatically by simply scanning the retail barcode or printed tag. IntelliScanner mini's six included programs help automatically organize collections and home assets, including Wine Collector, Media Collector, Comic Collector, and more. Each application automatically searches Internet databases for detailed product information about a barcode or entered title information. The complete cross-platform IntelliScanner mini bundle (portable scanner, 6 software tools, neck lanyard, and keychain clip) is now shipping worldwide for $300.
"IntelliScanner mini makes organizing things at home easy with barcode technology designed for the home, all packed into an amazingly small device," said Paul Scandariato, Director, IntelliScanner Corporation. "We include the scanner and software you need to organize books, comics, groceries, wine, DVDs, CDs, games, and other home assets. Just scan the barcode, plug it in just like a digital camera, and you're well on your way to being more organized in 2007."
IntelliScanner mini includes a free account at IntelliScanner.net, IntelliScanner Corporation's new Web 2.0-enabled web site where users can share their media, wine, comics, assets, and more online. The site allows users to automatically create a personal home page with their collections, enabling them to share lists and asset information with virtually anyone on the internet.