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  • Smart Computing Article - Scanners
    February 2000 Vol.4 Issue 1 Add To My Personal Library Scanners are no longer the luxury item they once were. Prices have dropped to the $100 range for a decent, low-end flatbed scanner, making scanners a practical and affordable peripheral. Whether it's adding a graphic to a World Wide Web page
  • 3D Scanners in Industrial Environments
    3D scanners are designed to function in noisy, dusty manufacturing environments and in ambient lighting. They are also designed for use by technicians and operators rather than engineers or scientists. Read this article to learn about these and other benefits of why an industrial 3D laser scanner
  • Smart Computing Article - Scanners
    stick used to evaluate scanners, it isn't necessarily the most relevant. Just like a printer, a scanner measures resolution in the number of dots per inch (dpi) that it uses to produce an image. A scanner with a resolution of 300 x 300dpi can break down an image into 300 dots across by 300 dots down
  • Smart Computing Article - Scanners
    to mean sacrificing image quality or performance. We reviewed 22 flatbed, portable, and film/slide scanners, ranging in price from less than $100 to more than $1,000, for this issue. We found that while the resolution and scan speed predictably increased with the scanner's cost, the general image
  • Smart Computing Article - Scanners
    October 2005 Vol.9 Issue 6 Page(s) 65 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Problem: My computer won t detect my scanner, so I can t use it. Make sure the scanner is connected to your computer s built-in USB port and not a secondary USB port, such as a keyboard connection. If you must plug
  • Smart Computing Article - Scanners
    Ever notice how the documents and objects that you scan on your scanner look like they were scanned on a scanner, but when a graphics professional scans documents and objects on a scanner, they look like works of art? It's not your imagination. Graphics professionals have insider secrets
  • Smart Computing Article - Basic Troubleshooting - Scanners
    in three main types: flatbed scanners, sheetfed scanners, and multifunction/all-in-one devices. A flatbed scanner features a horizontal glass pane, usually in letter or legal size, on which you place a document for scanning. Scanners with an ADF (automatic document feeder; a slanted tray that holds
  • Smart Computing Article - How To Install . . . Scanners
    How To Install . . . Scanners October 1999 Vol.7 Issue 10 Add To My Personal Library How To Install . . . Scanners In the past few years, no other computer component has had its prices fall as drastically as the scanner. Once a technology available only to businesses and high-end users, scanners

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