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    Plustek MobileOffice D428 Scanner

    Plustek MobileOffice D428 ScannerPlustek Technology, Inc., a manufacturer of consumer, prosumer, professional and office imaging devices (including portable document scanners, sheet fed scanners, flat bed scanners, wide format scanners and surveillance products), announced the new MobileOffice D428 Scanner, the latest offering from Plustek’s award-winning line of MobileOffice scanners.

    The MobileOffice D428 Scanner is the ideal solution for document imaging and content management applications, front desk areas such as hotel reception desks, banks, patient intake, pharmacies, remote deposit and home offices.

    At only 4×12 inches, this tiny full-color duplex scanner, coupled with a slim design makes the MobileOffice D428 a great addition to any office, big or small.  The scanner provides 600-dpi resolution, a lightning-quick scanning speed of 2.2 seconds per page (28-ppm), and scans any media up to the thickness of a credit card.

    The MobileOffice D428 Scanner also easily integrates with most document imaging applications  The MobileOffice D428’s one-touch scanning allows items to be scanned to email or saved in a variety of file formats including; .tif, .jpg, .bmp, or .png, as well as, Word and Excel formats. The one-touch scanning also allows scanning to 9 different locations or applications with a single press of the button. No additional software is needed. Built-in automatic image processing provide higher OCR accuracy for less manual data entry, smaller file sizes, less rework, and a better user viewing experience.

    With a MSRP of $349, the Plustek MobileOffice D428 scanner will debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. (

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