Published on April 10th, 2024 | by Andrew Bistak

Epson launches new versatile A4 desktop scanners with extremely small footprint

Epson has launched two new compact desktop scanners, the ES-C320W and the ES-C380W, to support the digitalisation process and address new office challenges associated with hybrid working – in particular shared workspaces, smaller offices and reduced desk space.

These new scanners give users the versatility to choose the most suitable media path, and by featuring an intuitive design and exceptional flexibility boast a new footprint that saves 60 percent of desk space1. This means users can easily conquer clutter and reclaim space with scanners specifically designed for productivity and peace of mind.

To enhance workflow efficiency, there is easy wireless scanning with the ES-C320W and the ES-C380W. Then the inclusion of Epson ScanWay® with the ES-C380W means users can also use the product as a standalone solution, scanning and selecting workflows from its bright 2.4″ LCD touchscreen, removing the need for a PC. Users can also scan to popular cloud-based services, including OneDrive®, Sharepoint® online and Microsoft Teams® using Epson Connect®2.

With two-sided scanning, and a 20-sheet auto document feeder, the new scanners can efficiently handle stacks of paper in one fast pass at speeds up to 30 ppm/60 ipm.3 The flexible scan path provides remarkable versatility and the ability to scan most document types, from standard paper to invoices, greeting cards, business cards and passports.4

Both models include a range of image and text enhancement technologies, including OCR (optical character recognition) processing, automatic cropping, paper skew correction and Epson ScanSmart® Software.5 These features help ensure excellent image quality and enable users to preview and email scans as well as save valuable time with automatic file name suggestion for streamlined file management.

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When he's not trying to save the world, Andrew enjoys travel (although loathes turbulence), going to the movies, reading and being a dad to his two dogs (and now twins) with his wife.

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