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AgfaPhoto AS1110

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AgfaPhoto AS1110

The AgfaPhoto AS1110 is a A6 photo scanner that supports up to 1800 x 1200 pixel resolution and features a SD/MMC/MS/xD/CF memory card reader, and can direct scan to a memory card and a digital photoframe. The scanner is supported by a Colour Contact Image Sensor (CIS) and has a 5 seconds per image scan speed (for a maximum area of up to A6/4” x 6“). It supports 48 bit color scan input format, and has supports JPEG output file format, Auto Image Rotation, Auto Vivid Color, and USB t…

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AgfaPhoto AS1110

The AgfaPhoto AS1110 is a A6 photo scanner that supports up to 1800 x 1200 pixel resolution and features a SD/MMC/MS/xD/CF memory card reader, and can direct scan to a memory card and a digital photoframe. The scanner is supported by a Colour Contact Image Sensor (CIS) and has a 5 seconds per image scan speed (for a maximum area of up to A6/4” x 6“). It supports 48 bit color scan input format, and has supports JPEG output file format, Auto Image Rotation, Auto Vivid Color, and USB to PC (as memory card reader) interface. The AgfaPhoto AS1110 has a power consumption of up to 9 Watts and requires a 100 - 240 Volts AC, 50-60 Hz power supply. It weighs 170 g and measures 156 mm x 46 mm x 38 mm. It is a ROHS and WEEE compliant device and is compatible with all operating system.

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The AgfaPhoto AS1110 is a scanner designed in a light and compact form factor and provides users with portable scanning capabilities. The AS 1111 can scan 10 x 15 size photos in 5 seconds, with a resolution of 1800 x 1200 pixels and then transfer them to a digital photo frame or PC. The unit is powered by its own power supply, making it portable. The USB connection allows users to scan photos and upload them to various different types of supported memory card.

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