Stay organized and go paperless, wherever business takes you, with the WorkForce DS-40 wireless portable document scanner. At 1.1 lb, you can easily slip it into your briefcase and go. Quickly scan receipts, business cards and more (up to 8.5″ x 36″1) to smartphones, tablets, laptops or cloud services including Google Drive™, Evernote® and SharePoint®. With tools such as text enhancement, skew correction, Color Enhancement and Color Drop Out, scanning documents into editable text and searchable PDFs has never been easier. It also includes a TWAIN interface to support third-party document management software. Battery-powered and lightweight, the DS-40 is perfect for busy mobile professionals
Wirelessly scan critical documents — scan and send receipts, statements, business/plastic cards and more to your smartphone, tablet, Mac®, PC or popular cloud services
Lightweight and travel-friendly — at 1.1 lb, get the portability you need to capture data while on the road; battery or USB power source
Scan directly to popular cloud services — scan to Google Drive, Evernote, SharePoint, OneNote®, SugarSync®, OneDrive®, Dropbox®, and more
Create editable text and searchable PDFs — OCR and document management suite included for PDF and PDF/A files
Powerful software included — Epson Document Capture Pro, ABBYY® FineReader®, Presto! BizCard® and Epson Scan
Connect to document management software — TWAIN driver supported
Advanced color and image adjustments made easy — Variable Color Enhance, Color Dropout and other innovative features
Versatile scanning for a variety of originals — scan from business card size up to 8.5″ x 36″
Seiko Epson is an electronic company and has grown to be one of the world’s largest manufacturers of computer printers and image related machines. The company was founded in the year 1942 under the name of Daiwa Kogyo, Ltd. The company’s corporate headquarters is located in Suwa, Nagano Japan but is officially registered in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
Its products are laser printers, scanners, inkjet, desktop computers, televisions, dot matrix, theatre projectors for home, business and multimedia purposes, large home theatre, docket printers, cash registers, laptops, integrated circuits, LCD components, robots and many more.
The company became fully owned by one of the largest time-piece manufactures in Japan in the year 2009. In September 2012 they introduced a printer to the public that could print wirelessly. Seiko Epson is also one of the companies involved in the production of the smart glasses market.