PocketScan: The world's smallest wireless scanner

One of the most important goals of the developers of technology is that the devices are getting smaller without losing any function. First it happened with computers, which most of them used to occupy entire rooms and now we have one device that you can easily carry with one hand.

A funding request for the production of PocketScan, a small scanner the size of a stapler (with the measurements of 95x50x27 mm) was launched on Tuesday, June 17.

Developed by the American company Dacuda, the device can scan images wirelessly and automatically forwarded to tablets and computers. It has a battery that reaches 400 scans and a sophisticated character recognition to convert scanned documents into editable graphics. It also supports 130 languages. Thus, The most imortant thing is that you can scan a phrase in another language or letter and the PocketScan can translate it easily.

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