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Flatbed Scanners

Flatbed scanners are a practical and functional piece of home office equipment. The scanner has a flat glass surface on which to place a sheet of paper, open book or other item for scanning.

Scanners are available from a range of brands, including HP, Fujitsu and Canon.

Flatbed scanner resolution types

The 9600 x 9600 DPI range of flatbed scanners are typically compact in size and shape. Most styles can easily handle professional film, photos, slides and documents.

Desktop flatbed scanners of 4800 x 9600 DPI can transfer images up to A4 size. The optical resolution and transparency unit can scan slides, film and negatives, as well as documents.

Flatbed scanjet scanners with 4800 x 4800 DPI scanning resolution make light work of heavy scanning loads. This type of computer scanner is ideal for the busy home office that deals with a lot of documentation and paperwork.

Typical features of flatbed scanners

Optical flatbed scanners, are a type of copier , and are designed to scan flat items that are placed directly onto the flat glass surface.

All models of flatbed scanners have a top that lifts up to expose the glass surface. When the sensor head is scanning, it moves and the item that is being scanned remains stationary on the surface.

Most models of flatbed scanners feature a convenient sheet feeder that allows for the scanning of multiple sheets of paper. This means that you don't have to scan one sheet of paper at a time.

Flatbed scanners produce a high quality scan because the material remains motionless.

The versatile glass top of a flatbed scanner allows you to scan anything that fits on the surface.

Choosing scanners for home office use

It's important to consider your home office needs when choosing the perfect flatbed scanner. Opt for a versatile model that can deliver high quality scans.

Choose a practical flatbed scanner that is compact in size, but produces professional quality reproduction.

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