Evernote and scanners are made for each other. We’ve worked with just about every major scanner manufacturer out there to make Evernote your digitizing destination. While these integrations are functional, we couldn’t help feeling that they fell short of elegantly relieving the burden of paper.
We have been working closely with our friends at Fujitsu ScanSnap in Japan to create just that: the perfect hardware and software scanning combination for Evernote users. The result is the ScanSnap Evernote Edition Scanner. It’s here and it’s shipping now from the Evernote Market.
Better From Every Angle
From the second that you pull this scanner from the box, you’ll know that it’s different. We covered the device in a coating that makes it soft and touchable while also giving the scanner a unique, matte gray color that adds polish to any desktop. Open or closed, this is a great-looking piece of hardware.
Simplest Setup Ever
Everyone hates setting up a scanner. The software tends to be clunky with lots of options and settings that rarely seem relevant. This scanner is different. Install the Evernote-designed software, connect the scanner and we’ll walk you though the simplest, friendliest setup. You’ll be scanning in no time.
With the setup complete, you’re ready to go. Drop photos, documents, receipts, and business cards into the scanner, then press the scan button. Our software recognizes the type of document and auto-files it into the appropriate notebook. We also correct skew, remove blank pages, and fix rotation to ensure that you have a beautiful result waiting in your Evernote account. When the scans are finished, you’ll see a subtle notification appear in the top right corner of your computer screen telling you that everything is safely in your Evernote account.
Double-sided. Really Fast.
This double-sided scanner runs through 25 pages per minute, which is perfect for digitizing all of the paperwork, contracts, and research you have cluttering your desk. An important tip: if you’re scanning multi-page documents, make sure to place them upside-down and backwards.
Great For Business Cards
When you put business cards in, the scanner scans both sides instantly and places them into the correct notebook. If you’re a Premium user (and you should be since each scanner comes with a year of Premium), then Evernote does even more. We’ll pull information from your address book and LinkedIn account to create a rich contact note complete with a photo. You can also, optionally, have Evernote update your address book if we find new information about the person. The LinkedIn functionality is coming to Evernote for Windows soon.
The Weight of Paper…Lifted
Drop paper in, tap the scanner’s single button and walk away. That’s how easy it is to use the ScanSnap Evernote Edition Scanner. You can even set it to work over Wi-Fi, so there aren’t any extra cables to deal with. This is not only one of the best-looking, easiest to set up scanners, but it’s also the smartest way ever to be rid of the clutter and have everything safe and searchable in Evernote.
- Operating System: Supports Mac and Windows
- Speed: 25 pages per minute duplex scanning
- Resolution: Up to 300 dpi color/grayscale, up to 600 dpi monochrome
- Document sizes: Scans A3, B4, and 11” x 17” documents
- Wi-Fi: Supports 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n
- Dimensions: 11.5” W x 6.2” D x 6.6” H
- Weight: 6.62 lbs
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