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VuPoint Magic Wand Portable Scanner with Auto-Feed Dock (White)

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: VUPOINT
  • Model Number: PDS-ST450-VP
  • Media Type: Micro SD/SDHC
  • Width: 5.00 inches
  • Display Height: 5.00 inches
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Product Description

  • Product FeaturesSensor Color Contact Image Sensor High-Speed SensorResolution Low: 300 DPI (default); Medium: 600 DPI; High: 900 DPI; 1200 DPI when scanner is dockedExternal Memory Supports microSD/microSDHC card up to 32GB (not included)Internal Memory SPI FlashFile Format JPG/PDFApprox. Scanning Length 300 DPI = 130" (max), 600 DPI = 90" (max), 900 DPI = 60" (max), 1200 DPI = 50" (max)Approx. Scanning Width 8.5"LCD Display Status displayDate and Time Setting YesAuto Power Off 3 minutesUSB Port USB 2.0 High SpeedPower Source Built-in Rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery 700mAHApprox. Battery Life Approx. 400 scansDimension(LxHxW) Scanner: 10.5" x 1.1" x 1.2" Dock: 13.2" x 2.1" x 3.2"Weight Scanner: 6.3 oz., Dock: 1.4lbs.System Requirements Windows XP, Windows VistaTM, Windows 7, Mac OS 10.4 or aboveAccessories User's manual, USB cable, Pouch,

  • Product Details

    • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 10.5 x 1.1 inches ; 6.2 ounces
    • Shipping Weight: 2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
    • ASIN: B008MF77RE
    • Item model number: PDS-ST450-VP
    • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
    • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
    • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 18, 2012

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    4.1 out of 5 stars

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    112 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Lunaloon on October 23, 2012
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    The PDS-ST450-VP portable scanner provides the best of both worlds: portability and the ability to produce high-quality scans. The scanner wand fits easily in a bag or purse and produces very good quality scans in short order.

    As a stand-alone scanner, the wand scanner can produce images of 300, 600, and 900 dpi, in color or monochromatic images. Should higher-quality scans be desired, the scanner can be inserted into the accompanying auto-feed dock. The dock can scan up to 1200 dpi. Documents move smooth and straight through the auto-feeder, providing excellent quality scans.

    While trialing the document feeder, I noted that the feeder may, if the document is slightly out of alignment, make short adjustments in the document's alignment before proceeding to scan it. Once it is aligned the document moves quickly and smoothly through the feeder.

    The scanning width is 8.5 inches. The document feeder will accept documents and photos up to that width.

    Scans are saved to a micro SD card, which is not included. Hint: buy a card at the same time you purchase this scanner. I forgot, and being a cheapskate I had to drive across town to get one at the lowest possible price. That took more time than it took the scanner to charge (it has rechargeable batteries), which was just slightly over an hour.

    The package includes the wand scanner, the auto-feed dock, a small microfiber cleaning cloth, a small bag to hold the wand scanner, a USB cable, and a CD containing the ABBYY FineReader OCR software.

    The quality of the scans is impressively good for such a small device. In just a few seconds one can scan a document, a page, a photograph, or even the wallpaper on the wall. The results can be saved as a .jpg or .pdf file.
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    67 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Genealogy on January 20, 2013
    Used it first day opened box to scan over 140 photos at newly found cousin. I am not a gadget geek or techno geek, just a genealogy geek. The dock works great, it needs to be connected to a power source-computer or laptop or better yet the handy dandy USB adapter to electical outlet. So taking the dock and wand to a library or court house to do genealogy work will be easy, do not have to lug in a laptop. I plan on covering the box it came in with paper or fabric because it will keep it safe and has a handle for carrying! It is light weight. The wand is sturdy enough that scanning is easy and works over photos in mats, and works on rounded book pages (book pages that do not lay flat). (I used a pen type smaller wand years ago and found it terrible, scans all wiggly because of going too fast or too slow and difficult to have a steady scan due to size.) I was very happy to use this wand and have it scan beautifully the very first time. Quality great. When hooked up to computer just one push of the button and it opens MY PICTURES and ready to download, very quick. Can keep scanned photos on the microSDHC card or delete them. I scanned in color mode as I was scanning black and white and color photos. All were great: great color, black and white were great. Tried black and white in Mono mode did not see a difference. Scanned over 3 1/2 hours without running out of the charge. 43 MB used for all my photos. It says it scans fabric, I did scan a colorful mouse pad, it worked!
    I bought mine through Sears as it came with a 16 GB microSDHC card and adapter/reader so it was ready to use right out of the box. (needs charging first-made cookies while charging). The adapter allows you to read the micro card out of the wand if so desired.
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    68 of 72 people found the following review helpful By V. Hutson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 21, 2013
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    I was so impressed with how well this works that I decided to create a short video for my review.

    I've seen TV commercials advertising products like this but it wasn't until recently that I decided how handy it would be--especially since you don't need to have it hooked to a computer to scan! I decided to purchase one with the docking station because I was concerned that perhaps the free-hand scans may be difficult to do well. I also liked the fact that this one scans up to 900 dpi using the wand, and even higher when it is docked into the station. I've only scanned in about 15 items but I found using the wand very easy.

    If you watch the video you can see the results! The color scanned a bit intense on the glossy photos (these were photos of some of my art work) but right now I'm not overly concerned because I know I can adjust that in Photoshop. Earlier I had scanned some color images from a text book and the color seemed very accurate in those. I'll need to scan a few more to see if this is a consistent issue or not.

    The main reason I brought this is to use with my art students. In the past I've had them scan some of their art work on a traditional scanner--but it was a lengthy process with one scanner and 24 students waiting in line. Now they will be able to quickly feed their work (if it is smaller than letter size) into the auto-feeder, or they can hand scan it with the wand. Most of the items I have them scan are black and white drawings so if the color is off a bit it won't matter.

    Now that I know how well it works I'm sure I'll be able to think of a lot more uses for it. I have a faculty meeting tomorrow and it seems like a perfect way to scan important documents I'll be receiving . . . and after work, perhaps I'll visit the library?

    Overall, I'm very impressed!
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