Excerpt: The Canon CanoScan LiDE 200 flatbed scanner operates in Windows and Mac environments and offers a few surprises. The unpleasant surprises are that it supports neither transparencies nor Optical Character Recognition (OCR). The good surprises are that it is ENERGY STAR qualified and the toll-free telephone support includes telephone device for the deaf.
Excerpt: (1 items) Canon’s CanoScan LiDE 200 scanner from is a compact, USB bus-powered flatbed scanner. About the size, shape and color of a 15-inch MacBook Pro, the silver and black LiDE features rounded edges and measures just under 10 inches wide, 14.4 inches deep and 1.6-inches thick. Offering 4800 dpi optical resolution and 48-bit color scans, the LiDE 200 can handle originals up 8.5 by 11.7 inches. It offers no transparency scanning capabilities.
Summary: The Canon CanoScan LiDE 200's main limitations are that it scans only reflective items (no film scans) and it can't do much in the way of OCR. We were able to create searchable PDFs and plain-text (.txt) files from various documents, but we couldn't save multicolumn layouts (including tables and graphics) in RTF, Microsoft Excel, or any other editable file formats.
Excerpt: Lo táctil ha saltado a muchos tipos de dispositivos, entre ellos las cámaras fotográficas, y la Canon Digital IXUS 200 IS se ha convertido en la primera compacta de la compañía en incorporar esta tecnología, lo que, además de seguir la tendencia del mercado, permite un manejo algo más fácil.