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Scans without a computer.
Handles photos surprisingly well (although not at particularly high quality).
Poor business card recognition.
Can take up to 4 hours for a full battery charge.
By Trusted Reviews on September 03, 2011
This is a clever, portable scanner which really can be used completely autonomously. By scanning to the supplied SD card, you have plenty of capacity to record page images when you're away from your computer. It's simple and effective, and the...
By itreviews.com on August 10, 2010
The idea behind IRISscan anywhere 2 is sound: a self-contained scanner which can store its own images should mean you don't have to carry a bulky laptop with you. The package is well thought through, too, with plenty of flexibility in hardware and...
By PC Mag on July 16, 2010
The IRIScan anywhere 2 lets you scan at up to letter size without a computer, and comes with software to work with the files after you move them to your computer. Buy it...
By 01net on May 24, 2010
Iris propose un scanner couleur à défilement qui numérise directement les documents sans passer par l’ordinateur. Compact, l’Iriscan anywhere 2 est doté d’une batterie, d’une mémoire interne, d’un...
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