Introducing the Ultra-Portable ScanSnap S1100 – The Smallest ScanSnap Scanner
At the beginning of last year we introduced the ScanSnap S1300, a ScanSnap model that was designed so you could use it in a mobile manner – use it at the office, take it home, bring it with you on the road, etc. As our lives have continued to become increasingly mobile over the past year, we realized that you have a need for an even smaller, easier to carry scanner. Taking that need into account, today we announced the ScanSnap S1100, now the smallest ScanSnap we offer and really easy to take with you almost anywhere.
The new ScanSnap S1100 was designed with many of the same advanced functionality and productivity features as its larger ScanSnap predecessors, but at just over 12 ounces, it’s small enough to fit in a briefcase or purse. The scanner can be used with both PCs and Macs and also has new scan to cloud features that come in the box, enabling users to scan documents directly to Evernote® and Google Docs™, making paperwork and photos easy to scan, store, share and access from just about anywhere.
Here are some of the highlight features and capabilities of the ScanSnap S1100 that show how we’re continuing to meet all your scanning needs:
- The Smallest and Lightest ScanSnap in the World: With an ultra-compact footprint measuring a mere 10.74 x 1.87 x 1.33 inches and weighing only 12.3 ounces, the ScanSnap S1100 is the perfect solution for digitizing your paper world anywhere, and at anytime.
- Fast Scanning Speeds: With the push of a button, ScanSnap S1100 can scan a letter-size sheet of paper in an astounding 7.5 seconds (300dpi, color).
- Cloud Services Support: The ScanSnap S1100 enables you to scan documents directly to Evernote and Google Docs cloud services, making your paperwork and photos easy to store, share and access from just about anywhere.
- Continuous Document Feeding (CDF): Utilizing the scanner’s Continuous Document Feeding (CDF) function, users are able to scan multiple-page documents into PDF by simply pushing the “Scan” button and inserting each page into the scanner. After scanning is complete, users simply push the “Scan” button again to end the scanning task and convert the data into a PDF.
- Switchable Paper Paths: With an adjustable two way paper path, ScanSnap S1100 is able to support a wider range of documents such as plastic cards, IDs and thick stock (through the strait paper path), normal paper as well as long forms up to 34 inches (through the “L-shaped” paper path).
- Intelligent Document Processing: For convenient automated scanning, ScanSnap S1100 selects the page size and page orientation while adjusting the resolution accordingly, and will recognize a document as color, black & white or grayscale.
- Mark Text Function: To quickly and easily search and find documents, users can utilize a standard highlighter pen on a black & white document to automatically create searchable keywords of the highlighted text, such as an invoice number or last name.
- Scan to Word and Excel: ABBYY FineReader for ScanSnap™ allows users to be productive by quickly transforming their paperwork with machine print into editable Word and Excel files.
- Efficient Business Card Scanning: PC users can capture a business card, extract the information automatically and export it to Outlook, Excel, Act! and other contact management software. While Mac users can conveniently scan their business cards and export the contact information directly to Address Book or Entourage.
- Scan-to Functions: The ScanSnap S1100 offers users a flexible way to manage PDF, searchable PDF and JPEG files, providing users with an easy way to scan to a folder, a network folder, attach scans to an email, and send scans to a printer.
- ScanSnap Manager: Provides PC and Mac users one button searchable PDF creation, access to intelligent features and custom scan settings (profiles) for simple operation with sophisticated results.
For more information on the new ScanSnap S1100, keep coming back to the ScanSnap Community where we’ll be sharing more helpful tips and hints on the scanner in the coming months.