Ambir Ambir TravelScan Pro Sheetfed ScannerSheetfed Scanners
48 bit Color - 8 bit Grayscale - 600 dpi - USB - View Complete Details
Product Number: SYNX2590108
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Estimated Delivery - 5 business day(s) - Mon 12/19 6 business days - Mon 12/19
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Ambir Ambir TravelScan Pro Sheetfed Scanner - The TravelScan Pro delivers versatile color scanning solutions in a small footprint. Conveniently connect via USB to any PC no external power adapter needed. Quickly and easily scan business cards, photos and documents at up to 600 dpi.View Product Specs
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