IRIS Brings Scanning To Your FingerTips

IRIS Brings Scanning To Your FingerTips
March 23 22:20 2013 Print This Article

 I.R.I.S., a leading innovator in optical character recognition (OCR) software, is excited to announce the availability of their IRIScan Mouse, an all-in-one mouse scanner with OCR technology that  converts text from scans into editable documents in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.).

IRIScan Mouse users can turn any printed documents into editable, digitized scans with a click of the mouse,” said Jean-Marc Fontaine, Director of Sales and Operations, Americas at I.R.I.S. “The IRIScan Mouse is the perfect solution for anyone looking for a simple way to scan anything into their computer.  In just a few mouse swipes, a signed contract, excerpts from a book, pictures, receipts and more are instantly recreated on your computer screen without ever removing your hand from the Mouse.  The IRIScan Mouse is an incredible time saving tool.”

The IRIScan Mouse works like a traditional computer mouse but will scan any type of document in 400 DPI with a swipe of the mouse. With the IRIScan Mouse, scanning has never been so easy:

  • Simply, click on the scan button, swipe the mouse in any direction on the paper document and the text and images will appear instantaneously on the computer screen. The software will flawlessly stich the image together
  • Thanks to OCR technology, any text on the scanned image is automatically recognized. Drag and drop the text into Microsoft Office (Word, Excel®, Outlook®, etc.) and edit
  • Easily email and upload the scans to the Cloud or your favorite social network with a single click

Utilizing USB 2.0, the software seamlessly stiches the image together in real time and the ergonomic mouse and scanner comes with right, left and wheel click capabilities. The IRIScan Mouse is now available for $79

To see the IRIScan Mouse in action, watch demonstrational video here:

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