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Epson announces photo scanners with scan-to-cloud

updated 03:14 pm EDT, Tue October 16, 2012

Epson Perfection V37 and V370 scan to cloud services

Epson today announced two additions to its line of Perfection scanners, the Epson Perfection V37 and V370. The two new scanners offer 4800x9600 dpi optical resolution and integrate scan-to-cloud capabilities, allowing them to scan, access, organize, and share documents through services like Google Docs, MS SharePoint, Evernote, and other services.

Both models feature a high-rise 180-degree lid for scanning oversized material. The V370 features a built-in 35mm Transparency Unit, allowing users to scan mounted slides, negatives and film strips.

The new models also include ArcSoft Scan-n-Stitch software, allowing them to scan portions of documents and then stitch them together; Easy Photo Fix, which lets users restore color from faded prints and make other corrections; ReadyScan LED technology that eliminates warm-up time and decreases power consumption; and One-Touch performance, which makes for a streamlined scanning process.

The Epson Perfection V37 and V370 are available now exclusively at Epson.com, and will be available at Staples in mid-November. The V37 retails for $90, and the V370 retails for $120.




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  1. David Esrati

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    Joined: 06-10-99

    I doubt I'll buy another Epson scanner- they don't update their drivers. I don't like owning a doorstop after Apple updates the OS.

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