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The DocuPen R700, includes a rechargeable feature that allows it to remain perpetually charged without utilizing a separate charging unit. Once a user plugs the DocuPen R700 into a computer's USB port to download the scanned information, the scanner's batteries are automatically recharged.
The DocuPen R700 also features a dual-roller guiding system and optical registration technology to enhance the user experience by creating a smoother scanning operation and a more accurate scan. The dual-roller guiding system includes strategically placed rollers scans. Using optical registration technology, the DocuPen R700, can create a highly accurate scan using its optical timing and registration system.
The DocuPen is capable of storing up to 100 pages into memory and takes approximately 4 to 8 seconds per second. The DocuPen is different from other pen scanners in that it scans a full page width and therefore scans the entire page including text and graphics in just 4 seconds. Other handheld and pen scanners only scan single lines of text and cannot scan graphics, making them much less practical. In comparison, the DocuPen is truly a breakthrough in technological development because it fully realizes the potential of what other pen size scanners tried to accomplish.
What's in the Box
DocuPen R700 with built-in lithium ion battery, ScanSoft Paper Port OCR software, leather case, user's guide, warranty card
I purchased this item for scanning my expense receipts while travelling on business. I used to have to carry all the receipts home and scan them in manually. Read morePublished on August 10, 2011 by fred
The product is of bad quality. When I try to connect it to my computer it does not operate most of the times at once. The connection circuit is problematic. Read morePublished on May 14, 2009 by Theofilactos Petros Oikonomou
My first Docupen R700 was defective out of the box. Thank goodness I purchased it from DataVision through Amazon. Read morePublished on October 13, 2008 by Gerald Labay
Nice scanner. Just needs some practice before you start using it. Small and really portable.Published on September 7, 2008 by Ariel Reck
Battery didn't ever charge properly. So the thing doesn't work unless I have it plugged into a computer. So a waste of time really. Read morePublished on April 17, 2008 by R. Allen
Do not have high hopes on the performance of this device. It functions poorly and is unreliable. Too much money for what it doesn't live up too.Published on January 31, 2008 by Rice
As a court reporter for Alberta Justice, I have found the Docupen scanner an invaluable tool. Many documents are filed and quoted from in court. Read morePublished on October 20, 2007 by Linda Kimball
"The tool of all professional trades" Ask yourself , does a carpenter go to work without his hammer? or A baseball player without his bat? Read morePublished on October 2, 2007 by Brian E. DeRoss
This is an excellent hand held scanner. It takes practice to use becaue you need to learn to hold it steady and move it quickly without jerking it. Read morePublished on March 8, 2007 by Alison Mueller