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The Keyboard that Scans


Ever wanted to scan a page but the school’s scanner is either in the Library, the main office or the art room? It happens all too often, but KeyScan’s KS810-Plus Imaging Keyboard can turn paper into digital images but doesn’t take up any extra space. It connects to a PC (sorry, no Macs) with a USB cable and can turn an 8.5- by 11-inch page into a digital scan in about 15 seconds. Capable of 24-bit color and a top optical resolution of 600 dots per inch, the KS810 sells for $140 and can create .jpg, .tif, bmp or even Acrobat or Word files out of paper.


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