KeyScan, the first exclusive inventor and developer of the integrated keyboard-scanner product and of the “NoTouch™-AutoScan” software, unveils the KS810-Plus Imaging Keyboard. This new and unique category of keyboard is a must have tool for any office or work area. The KS810-P delivers full A4 size page gray scanning in a quick 5-seconds, making difficult scanning tasks easy. With 15 preset functions for non-default jobs, this imaging keyboard makes saving and emailing documents and photos effortless. The unique “NoTouch™-AutoScan” software allows the user to complete their most frequent scanning task without touching any button. All you do is place the document on the feeding tray, and the KeyScan KS810-P does the rest. This new multi function peripheral (MFP) keyboard solution also features a USB2 Hub with only single USB connected to the PC. KS810-P is available for $99.99 at TigerDirect.com, CompUSA and KeyScan.com.
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