The StandScan did Portable Document Scanning with built-in lighting for smartphone users. It provided an elevated and evenly lit platform support for scanning documents. It was portable and foldable.
It was compatible with any smartphone and made copies in under 10 seconds.
As someone who is always on the go, having a portable scanner has been a game-changer for me. It allows me to scan important documents and receipts quickly and easily, without having to worry about finding a scanner or waiting in long lines.
One of the best things about my portable scanner is its size. It’s small enough to fit in my bag or even my pocket, which means I can take it with me wherever I go. This has come in handy countless times when I’ve needed to scan a document or receipt while out and about.
Another great feature of my portable scanner is its ease of use. It’s simple to set up and requires minimal technical knowledge, making it accessible for anyone to use. Plus, with the ability to scan both single and double-sided documents, it’s versatile enough to handle all kinds of scanning needs.
StandScan Pro used 9v battery the snap used a 12v ac power adapter. Both were made in Hong Kong.
It was used to set up scanner for documents like receipts, cards, and photos. The snap was used as a portable lightbox for product photography.
Here are some alternatives:
- Brother DS-640
- Brother DS-940DW
- Epson WorkForce ES-60W
- Epson WorkForce ES-50
- Canon ImageFORMULA R10
- Doxie Go SE Wi-Fi
- Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100
- Canon P-208II
- Epson WorkForce ES-500
- IRIScan Book 5 Wi-Fi
- ClearClick QuickConvert 2.0
- Raven Compact Document Scanner
A Portable Document Scanner will cost you about $300. The better ones have these features:
- Duplex scanning
- Multiple power sources
- Automatic feeder