Epson’s WorkForce DS-320 Portable Scanner recognised for Outstanding Mobile Scanner for Business by Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Laboratory

Epsona leading provider of innovative business solutions, announced that the WorkForce DS-320 Portable Duplex Document Scanner, known as the WorkForce DS-310 scanner in Southeast Asia, has been awarded the BLI’s Winter 2018 Pick Award for Outstanding Mobile Scanner for BusinessKeypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab (BLI) is a leading independent evaluator of document imaging software, hardware, and services.

Delivering the fastest scan speeds in its class, the compact DS-310 duplex document scanner offers speeds of up to 25 ppm or 50 ipm[1] and features a maximum scanning resolution of up to 1200 dpi. The scanner features a 20-page Auto Document Feeder (ADF), with the ability to scan paper thickness between 51.8 to 230 g/m2, which includes namecards and paper documents.

This portable scanner also includes TWAIN and ISIS drivers for seamless integration with existing document management systems. Users can scan to online storage accounts like Dropbox and SharePoint, or to searchable PDFs and editable Word and Excel files using the included software. 

The BLI “Pick” awards give special recognition to the hardware and software products that are reviewed by BLI’s team of expert technicians and analysts at the BLI lab. All laboratory test data is then compiled to select the top products that have been evaluated within the past six months. The products and solutions that stand out from the competition and provide the most outstanding performance with the highest evaluation scores, are then awarded a Pick award within their respective industry category.

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