CeBIT 2011: KODAK i2000 Series Scanners Unveiled

By March 1, 2011 | 2 Comments

Kodak has today launched its i2000 Series Scanners at CeBIT, HANOVER,  Germany. The Kodak i2000 Series Scanners are easy to use, provides accurate and fast document scanning. It is designed for many segments including finance finance, insurance, healthcare, government and general office applications.

kodak i2800office CeBIT 2011: KODAK i2000 Series Scanners Unveiled“Kodak continues pushing the envelope to enable document-intensive organizations to achieve more at the point of capture-automatically with intelligent features for pre-defined scanning destinations including MICROSOFT SHAREPOINT Servers and image enhancement-empowering them to invigorate workflows to easily process and use information, improving customer service and facilitating business growth,” said Tony Barbeau, General Manager, Document Imaging, Kodak’s Business Solutions and Services Group.

KODA i2000 Series Scanner transform paper based information (Hard Copy) to digital information at your PC (Soft Copy) at faster speed with just touch of a button. The KODA i2000 Series Scanners are available in three different models. All of these scanners delivers up to 70 ppm with a recommended daily volume of up to 6,000 scans. The KODAK i2000 Series Scanners incorporates latest Perfect Page Image Processing Technology and Kodak Smart Touch Scanning feature, that allows users to pre-define up to nine scan operations. The scanners are energy efficient too, Thanks to dual LED Lamps that makes scanner ready to scan always as lamp require no warm-up time, the LED illumination also enhance clarity, colour stability and consistency of captured image.

KODAK i2000 Series Scanners will be available by March, and pricing details as follows:

KODAK i2400: €895 (Approx $1,237/ Rs. 55,700)

KODAK i2600: €1195 (Approx $1,652/ Rs. 74,395)

KODAK i2800: €1895 (Approx $2,620/ Rs. 118,000)

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  1. harry says:

    For me, Epson GT-2500 would be a safer option.

  2. Tushar says:

    When it comes to Kodak, I think of cameras. When it comes to scanners, I think of Epson. They are the best available in the market.