Pandigital Expands Portable Scanner Lineup

Pandigital is making it easy for consumers and business professionals to scan photos and documents as large as 8 ½ x 11-inches directly to an SD card with its new Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter. The scanner doesn't require a PC—users simply plug it in, insert their photo, and scan photos onto an included SD card with the touch of a button. The Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter can also be connected to a Mac or PC via miniUSB. The scanner supports other popular memory card formats including MS, MS Pro, MMS, and XD as well. The scanner is quite portable, weighing just 13.79 ounces and measuring 10.59 x 1.73 x 2.32 inches.

Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter Digitizes Images up to 8 ½ x 11-inches,
Making Them Easy to Share and Enjoy

New Scanner Features One-Touch Scanning and Fast Transfer for Immediate Enjoyment

DUBLIN, Calif. -- Pandigital announced today that it has expanded its line of innovative photo scanners with a new model – the Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter – that can scan print photos up to 8 ½ x 11-inches large.

Incredibly simple to use, the Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter requires no PC to convert print photos into digital images. Consumers can simply plug it in, insert their photo through the slim device, and, with a single touch of a button, scan photos onto the included SD card. Consumers can then insert the SD card loaded with full-color JPEG images into their computer to upload the photos or insert the card into their Pandigital digital photo frame to immediately view the images.

While the Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter (PANSCN06) can accommodate photos up to 8 ½ x 11-inches large, it can also scan in photos as small as wallet-sized or any size in-between.

“Consumers everywhere have photos that they want to preserve for future generations,” said Dean Finnegan, CEO and founder, Pandigital. “The new Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter lets families easily archive precious moments and milestones such as weddings, yearly school photos, and sporting events are often captured as large 8 x 10-inch prints.”

Pandigital’s award-winning line of scanners have been acclaimed for their ease-of-use and excellent performance. The scanner does not require any expensive or confusing software and employs a new twin-roller feeding system to ensure that the photos are scanned evenly each time. Further optimizing the quality, images are scanned at up to 600 optical dpi for resulting scans that have a crisp and clear 3800x7200 24-bit color depth resolution. In addition to being able to scan images onto the included SD memory card, the scanner accepts other popular memory cards (SD, MS, MS Pro, MMS, XD) and can also be connected directly to either a Mac or PC computer via its mini-USB port.

Weighing in at less than a pound at only 13.79 ounces and measuring only 10.59(L) x 1.73(H) x 2.32(D) inches, the Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter is incredibly portable and can be taken nearly anywhere to quickly and simply preserve images.

The new Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter extends Pandigital’s line of photo scanners which also includes the Pandigital PhotoLink One-Touch 5x7 Scanner and the Pandigital Photo & Negative Scanner that can scan print images up to 4x6-inches large as well as negatives.

Product Availability and Pricing

The Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter is available now for a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $149.99.

Via:  Business Wire
Inspector 4 years ago

Cool, time to scan all my notes... xD But that's just pointless for me :D. Then again if you were going to scan photos to remember them... wouldn't you be doing that at home most of the time anyways where you won't need a portable scanner?

Nethersprite 4 years ago

This reminds me of a portable printer I once saw that was just about this size; imagine that, merging the two and having a portable copier! Spies would go apeshit, for example, with all those classified documents.

acarzt 4 years ago

This makes me think of the episode of 30 Rock with the Photo Scanner/Photo Shredder.

"To scan you just flip the switch to PS... for shredding you flip the switch to.... oh...."


*for those who have not seen the episode* both said "PS"

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