Scan Book, Magazine, Journal, and Notebook Pages with the IRIScan Book 5 WiFi

[amazon_link asins=’B06XFYVC2Z’ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’971cd5fc-c706-11e7-a267-25687a28fd75′]Review of the IRIScan Book 5 WiFi at PCMagNot long ago, there were a fair number of handheld, or wand, scanners like the IRIScan Book 5 WiFi ($149) [amazon_link asins=’B06XFYVC2Z’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’a0b384a8-c706-11e7-a9bf-8f0c838a85a0′] on the market, but they have become less common. The primary difference between these and most other types of scanners is that you move it over the material you’re scanning, rather than the machine itself moving the content over the scanning sensor. As with the Editors’ Choice VuPoint Solutions Magic Wand Wi-Fi PDSWF-ST47-VP [amazon_link asins=’B00LA17J98′ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’bdfe251b-c706-11e7-bda0-b1694bd503b4′], with the Book 5 you can scan without a PC, send your scans to mobile devices, and it comes with software for converting scanned text to editable text. Unlike the Magic Wand, the Book 5 includes a 4GB microSD card and it lets you scan directly to a PC or mobile device. These perks were more than enough to elevate the IRIScan Book 5 WiFi to our new Editors’ Choice for wand scanners.

Read the entire review at PCMag


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