|Price incl. VAT||£299.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£249.92|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £29.99 Extended warranty + 1 year||
Flatbed Scanner HP Scanjet Pro 2500 f1 increase the productivity of conventional scanning in small and medium-sized enterprises, particularly by automating workflow processes through rapid duplex scanning, automatic document feeder to 50 sheets or one-touch push button shortcuts. Its recommended daily capacity of 1500 sheets. Performs scanning speeds of up to 40 images per minute. HP Instant enables very fast start scanning without having to wait for the machine to warm up.
Using interactive software HP Scan can easily configure profiles for scanning documents - you can set a destination or image parameters. Sharing and archiving directly to popular cloud location can do well with this software. This scanner is so small that it is ideally suited to desk without taking up much space.
HP ScanJet Pro 2500 f1 umožňuje skenování dokumentů či fotografií s rozlišením až 1200 dpi. Accurately digitized text from documents can easily be edited in HP Scan and I.RIWith Readiris Pro ORC. Of course there are functions for automatic display enhancements enabling image quality or removing blank pages.
Optical scanning resolution
Up to 600 dpi (color and monochrome, automatic document feeder); up to 1200 dpi (color and black and white, flatbed scanner)
Daily work capacity:
up to 1,500 pages (ADF)
Speed ??of processing tasks:
color photo 10 × 15 cm to file (200 dpi, 24-bit TIFF format): approximately 6.8 s when multiple image scan, about 3.1 sec for single image scan
color photo 10 × 15 cm to E-mail (150 dpi, 24-bit): approximately 3.7 sec for single image scan
A4 PDF to e-mail (300 dpi, 24-bit): 11.3 s for single image scan
OCR A4 RTF (200 dpi, 24-bit): approximately 14.96 s for single image scan
The maximum size of the scan (on the desktop):
216 x 297 mm
Supported media types:
Paper (banner, inkjet, photo, plain), envelopes, labels, cards (greeting cards, index cards)
Recommended Media Weight:
60 to 105 g / m2
Scan File Format:
Text and images: PDF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF, TXT (Text), RTF (Rich Text), and searchable PDF
Scan input modes:
The scanning feature on the front panel: save to PDF, save to JPEG, sending e-mail as a PDF and send to the cloud; HP Scan for Windows, HP Easy Scan / ICA Mac and third-party applications via the TWAIN driver
Scanner advanced features:
One-pass duplex scanning; Scanning a single button; OCR; Configurable keyboard shortcuts for scanning
5 buttons (including the sleep button / switch)
7 LEDs (including power, errors, scan to the destination and one-sided / double-sided scanning)
Automatic Document Feeder:
ADF capacity: 50 sheets
Speed ??ADF: up to 20 ppm./ Min, and 40 in FIG./ Min (monochrome, grayscale, color, 300 dpi) 2
Scan Options (cars. Feeder dock.)
The maximum size of the scan (aut. ADF): 216 x 3100 mm
The minimum size of the scanned image using the Automatic Document Feeder: 89 x 148 mm
Compatible operating systems:
Windows 10, 8/8.1, 7
Mac OS X v10.9 (Mavericks), OS X v10.10 (Yosemite)
Speed ??USB 2.0 port
Hewlett-Packard was founded in the difficult times of the Great Depression. The founders were a pair of friends whose name the company still proudly bears. They started their business in an unobtrusive garage near the city of Palo Alto. It is now a national monument. HP’s success lay not in copying existing products, but in the ability and courage to come up with something new.
The first commercial triumph was an oscillator that surpassed all competition in quality, yet sold at a quarter of the price. In 1968, HP released their first desktop computer - a desktop calculator. The company currently manufactures products primarily related to computer technology - computers and laptops, printers, scanners, digital cameras, servers, and last but not least, calculators.
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