Legendary Kodak i30 / i40 are replaced with the Kodak i2400 Scanner
It is official the Kodak i30 / i40 will be replaced by the Kodak i2400 at the end of the year.
The Kodak i30 / i40 were originally launched in 2007 and were aimed at the personal and/or small-office scanner market. But the Kodak i30 / i40 was a bit more than just a small desktop scanner and was soon popping up in warehouses, logistic companies and places you would not normally think of seeing a scanner like this. The Kodak i30 / i40 can scan 25 pages per minute, it includes Twain & ISIS drivers, it’s robust and easy to clean. But as technology move on and customers requiring to get more done quicker it was time for an update. The scanner that will be tasked to fill the shoes of the Kodak i30 / i40 is the new Kodak i2400.
Why the Kodak i2400
The Kodak i2400 is built on the technology of the i1200 & i1300 series scanners, giving it a good starting position to take over from the Kodak i30 / i40. So how do they compare and what can you expect from the new kid on the block?
The KODAK i2400 Scanner with built-in Smart Touch functionality lets you capture, manage, process, and deliver PDFs and other file formats — automating processes that previously were time-consuming.
The Kodak i2400 is compatible with Windows & Linux and bundled software includes TWAIN, ISIS, WIA Drivers; KODAK Capture Desktop Software; Smart Touch; NUANCE PAPERPORT and OMNIPAGE
Find out more on the TecWorx Website