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Panasonic Introduces High Speed Dual ADF/Flatbed Scanner

15 Apr, 2009

Panasonic Introduces High Speed Dual ADF/Flatbed Scanner

Secaucus, NJ (April 2009) — Panasonic Communications Company of North America (PCCNA) today announced the release of the high-speed KV-S7075C dual-document color scanner, which combines 95 ppm/190 ipm2 productivity with the flexibility of twin document feeders -- a 200-sheet ADF for normal one-sheet originals and a flatbed for scanning books, magazines and thick documents such as passports and appointment calendars.

"There's no substitute for speed in the high-impact industries which form our core user-base," said PCCNA Product Manager Bob Curci. "Healthcare, transportation, insurance and public agencies all operate in demanding, workflow-intensive environments that place a premium on hardware efficiency. By raising the flatbed-scanner speed bar, the Panasonic KV-S7075C helps fast-track data input, digitalization and storage and increases operator productivity, an important consideration at a time when many businesses have downsized their office workforce."

Other advanced features of the KV-S7075C include high-efficiency consecutive scanning of ADF and flatbed documents, automatic separation of scanned images from two-page book, magazine, and other bound-volume spreads into discrete single-page electronic sheets3, fast, accurate scanning of EKG monitoring sheets and similar long documents, multi-cropping for single-pass scanning of different-sized small items, and mixed document feeding with user-selectable page alignment.

Based in Secaucus, NJ, Panasonic Corporation of North America markets a broad line of digital and other electronics products for consumer, business and industrial use. Information about Panasonic and its products is available at www.panasonic.com.

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