Convert your paperwork to digital files with this Epson WorkForce document scanner. The 20-page auto-document feeder makes it easy to scan large batches of paper, and the convenient setup lets you send your documents directly to online storage accounts. Capable of scanning recipes, business cards, and two-sided documents, this Epson WorkForce document scanner makes a versatile addition to your office.
Up to 600 x 600 dpi optical resolution (1200 x 1200 dpi interpolated resolution)
To capture every word and image detail with clarity.
48-bit internal color depth
Along with 24-bit external color depth for realistic detail.
8.5" x 44" maximum scan size
Enables you to capture entire pages.
Up to 25 ppm scan speeds*
For rapidly preserving a variety of files. Duplex scanning helps you get the job done quickly.
Enables you to easily take the scanner on the go.
Easily scan a variety of documents
Including business card and plastic card.
Contact image sensor (CMOS CIS)
Provides high-quality visuals.
3-color RGB LEDs
Enable fast scanning with no warm-up time.
20-sheet automatic document feeder
Helps you quickly complete your scanning tasks.
High-speed USB 3.0 interface
Offers easy connectivity.
ENERGY STAR certified
Designed to use less energy and meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Department of Energy.
*Based on average speed from start of scan to end of feeding, scanning thirty-six 4" x 6" photos at 300 dpi in landscape orientation. Results may vary based on processor speed, memory, and operating system of the connected computer.
A:AnswerYep! I bought this for my wedding slideshow three days before the event. My sister had them all (about 200) scanned in and the slideshow ready to go in under an hour. Attaching one of the scans -- me circa 1992. Pretty true to color and clarity of the original.
A:AnswerMy cable came with the 200, however one side will fit into the USB computer connection. The one going into the scanner seems to be a proprietary design that I have seen only on that model. Hope that helps.
A:AnswerYes and no. If you mean "can you connect a flash drive directly to the scanner?" then the answer is no. If you mean, "can you insert a flash drive into the computer and have the scanner save scans to that flash drive?" then the answer is yes.