Posts Tagged: "ocr"

IRIScan Book Exec 3_5

I.R.I.S. IRIScan Book Executive 3 WiFi Scanner Review

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Reduced sized scanners have come a long way of late and for this I am thankful. I love scanning and converting scanned in images of copy into an editable document via OCR. We took a look at a the LG’s competent mouse scanner a while back. It proved effective in most situations...

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LG LSM-100 Mouse Scanner Review

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I have not owned a printer or a scanner for an embarrassing number of years. You would think a guy who works in the tech and multimedia industries would at least borrow a clue. Nope! Instead I do things the obscure way, like emailing files to the wife’s job for...

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Pocket Sized Business Card Scanner

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These days most smartphones can download a wide variety of apps.  But if for some reason yours is of the more antiquated type and can’t handle an OCR application, then you might consider the King Jim Pitrec Business Card Recorder. This handly little device can scan a business card and...

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Intel’s Reader Can Read Any Physical Book (video)

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Sure, Intel is primarily a chip maker, but every once and a while they throw us a product curve ball.  The Reader (yup, that’s what it’s called) is a handheld device that can literally read aloud the text of a physical book.  It’s intended use is for the physically blind...