Contex announces the release of the HD Scan Station Repro. Built to address the demands of productivity scanning, the HD Scan Station Repro packages innovative Contex technology into an all-in-one solution that maximizes efficiency and delivers accurate, high-quality captures upon first scan. The HD Scan Station Repro combines the award-winning HD Ultra scanner with an adjustable stand and built-in computer tray, a 17-inch touchscreen, and Nextimage Repro software.
Its innovative design erases time-consuming processes from scanning, resulting in a simplified and productive scanning experience. Available for the HD i4250s or HD i4290s models, the HD Scan Station Repro is specially priced until September 1st. As an all-in-one scanning solution, the HD Scan Station Repro integrates seamlessly into an office workflow. Its adjustable height and movable touchscreen allow users to customize the stand to their preferences. The built-in computer tray consolidates equipment into a centralized unit, thus eliminating time-wasting trips between scanner and computer. User-friendly Nextimage Repro software streamlines operations by simplifying scanning and connecting directly to any printer or device in the network.
Current HD Ultra owners can easily upgrade to an HD Ultra Scan Station Repro with a scanner license and HD Ultra Scan Station Repro Kit, comprised of the Nextimage Repro License Key, stand, and 17-inch touchscreen. “The HD ScanStation Repro is created to provide customers with the best scanning solutions to suit their business needs”, states Morten Nielsen, International Product Manager, Contex. “It surpasses industry standards of productivity and usability, eliminating the usage of separate components from scanning.” Driven by the HD Ultra’s innovative features, the HD Scan Station Repro boasts best-in-class image quality and speed. 48-bit CCD technology captures fine details while Contex Natural Light and the widest color gamut possible ensure the highest accuracy in color reproduction. With an unrivaled scan speed of 8-inches a second in color, the HD Ultra can scan up to 620 Arch E-sized or 642 ISO A0-sized documents in an hour. Additionally, the scanner uses xDTR2 technology and Gigabit Ethernet to deliver maximum throughput and facilitate network sharing.