Pandigital Photolink One-Touch Scanner Technogog_8

The days of handling high prices and long waits to reprint photos are all over. With the introduction of digital photography and photo scanners, creating reprints and enlargements is as easy as using your home computer. Mobile scanners are also a handy addition to any photo enthusiast’s arsenal. The Pandigital Photolink One-Touch mobile photo scanner is a special instance, weighing less than two pounds and doing its scanning without being connected to a computer. Users will immediately notice how simple and quick this scanner would be to use. Just slide in a photograph and allow the Photolink One-Touch go to work. Quick Photo ScanningThe Pandigital Photolink can easily scan any normal photo dimension, all of the way up into the 8. 5″x11″ portrait size. It scans Polaroids, which can be notoriously hard for some scanners. If your photo will not scan easily, the Pandigital Photolink also has a useful advice shelf. At 20 minutes or less per scan, this mobile photo scanner makes fast work of archiving photographs. The biggest downside to the Pandigital Photolink One-Touch is the low resolution. This portable scanner simply allows photographs to be viewed as 300dpi or 600dpi JPGs, which makes it a downgrade in the high resolution outputs of many other picture scanners. Even though Photolink One-Touch is also capable of scanning documents up into your 8. 5″x11″ page, the low resolution may also make documents less readable. Some portable scanners compensate for lower resolution outputs by incorporating retouching functions Pandigital Photolink One-Touch Scanner | Technogog which may help visibility. This one does not, so any editing has to be handled with image editing software like Adobe Photoshop. Scan to Memory CardOne nice role of this Pandigital Photolink One-Touch is your photographs are scanned directly into a SD card rather than a computer. This provides an immediate backup function, but also end up becoming a hassle when your SD card fills up. You’ll have to be sure to save another copy of your photos after scanning themto keep your SD card vacant. Being in a position to save pictures directly to a SD card which makes it feasible to scan photos as you’re out of your computer or laptop. This means that unlike some portable scanners, the Photolink One-Touch requires a power cord. To make the most of its own computer-free performance, this scanner will most likely have profited from a recharging dock or battery package rather than requiring an outlet. You’ll also still eventually need to hook the scanner up to a pc to recover your own photographs. All things considered, the Pandigital Photolink One-Touch is best suited to a very particular type of consumer who would like a straightforward and fast method to digitized their photograph collection. Client reviews of the unit are extremely nice and it was a bestselling scanner Amazon for several months before it moved backorder recently. Now that it is available for purchase, I expect to see this scanner climb back up the bestseller list. Reader Interactions