High (speed and resolution) art.

Who said office equipment couldn’t be art? Especially when it scans 40 pages per minute and captures all your documents at up to 600 DPI? Sounds beautiful to us… Advertisements

Scan to Evernote from AmbirScan ADF

Evernote is a great tool to connect everything you need – from work documents to website clippings to… well, basically anything. So we’ve made it simple to use your Ambir scanner to send piles of paper documents to your Evernote account. With AmbirScan ADF, it’s a snap. Here’s how: First, open AmbirScan ADF. Then select … Continue reading

Update: New Software & Driver for MobileScan Pro

Good news, MobileScan Pro users, we’ve got some brand new goods, made just for you. Beginning today, AmbirScan SPLICE image stitching software and a free TWAIN driver are available for the MobileScan Pro 100. Your MobileScan Pro 100 is great for capturing notes, books and more. But what about when you want to scan something bigger? … Continue reading

After you scan: Proper disposal of protected health information

We’re here to help you with great scanners for bulk medical scanning. You could say we’re here to help you stay on top of things. So before you scan, be sure you know the proper way to dispose of all that paper once it’s captured. Last week, there was a story released about the fines … Continue reading

Image Stitching with AmbirScan SPLICE

If you’ve ever had to scan large-format documents like blueprints or schematics, you know that it’s an expensive project. Large-format scanners are a pricey option. But with the MobileScan Pro 100 and the soon-to-be-released AmbirScan SPLICE, you can stitch your images together for much, much less. In the video below, we scanned a blueprint – … Continue reading

MobileScan Pro 100 named to TechnoLawyer NewsWire Top 25

We’d like to thank the fine folks at TechnoLawyer for naming our new MobileScan Pro 100 #5 on their TL NewsWire Top 25 Products of 2012. It joins other great developments like cloud practice management system Total Attorneys and CitePin, which TechnoLawyer calls “the ‘Evernote of the Legal Industry.’” Here’s what editor Neil Squillante had to … Continue reading