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ScanSnap scanners ship with DEVONthink Pro Office

updated 11:55 pm EDT, Sun May 3, 2009

Paperless Office Bundles

DEVONtechnologies has bundled its DEVONthink Pro Office application with the ScanSnap S300M and S1500M document scanners. DEVONthink is a document management program that can be used to store documents, scanned papers, e-mail messages, notes and bookmarks, while linking the content together with shared ideas. The Pro Office version features an e-mail archive, scanner support, optical character recognition, web sharing capabilities and image capture support.

The ScanSnap S1500M is designed for higher-volume scanning, supporting up to 20 pages per minute, and features an automatic document feeder (ADF) capacity of up to 50 sheets. The S300M is made for smaller scanning jobs and can be powered with batteries or USB for mobile tasks. The device is capable of scanning a maximum of 8 pages per minute, with up to 10 sheets in the ADF.

The ScanSnap S300M bundle carries a price of $420, while the S1500M bundle can be purchased for $570. DEVONthink Pro Office requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher.




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  1. umijin

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    huh?

    I thought the latest DTProOffice was still in Beta testing.

  1. shawnde

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    DTPro

    Yeah, I think they still are. This is probably for the release version. I think this is a better bundle than the Acrobat Pro, because a lot of people already have it, and honestly, DTPro is a really cool piece of software.

  1. Scott_R

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Or...

    Never used DTPdevon, but I just bought the 1500M (great device) to use with Paperless (formerly ReceiptWallet), and the solution's worked well.

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