VuPoint PDS-ST470PE-VP Compact Portable Wand Scanner with 1.5" Color Viewfinder

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Product Description

Make magic wherever you go. This compact, portable wand scanner creates high-resolution archival copies of just about anything, from documents and photos to fabrics and wallpaper. You can, archive and organize files easily and save them onto a microSD/microSDHC memory card. Enjoy 4 scanning resolutions: 1200 dpi (high) when optionally docked, 1050 dpi (high), 600 dpi (medium) and 300 dpi (low). Just wave the wand for instant fun!


  • Scanner for color & monochromatic images, documents, magazines
  • High Speed Sensor
  • Features multiple resolutions -- Low - 300 dpi, Medium - 600 dpi, High - 1050 dpi & High - 1200 dpi (when docked)
  • Date and Time Setting
  • Requires Micro SD card up to 32GB

Consumer Reviews

  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good scanner, January 10, 2014

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    This review is from: VuPoint PDS-ST470PE-VP Compact Portable Wand Scanner with 1.5″ Color Viewfinder (Office Product)
    I really like this thing. It works very well and does what I wanted it for and more. It is also much faster and easier to use than my desk top scanner.
    I have found out a couple things about it that others might be interested in. The JPG files that it creates could not be saved after being edited with Canon’s Zoom Browser photo editing program. That program would hang-up when I tried to save the edited JPG from the Magic Wand scanner. I found that if opened the scaner’s JPG with Microsoft’s Paint, then only saved it, Zoom Browser would work just fine with it. I also found that the medium resolution of 600 dpi makes the best quality scans. They are very clear and much better than ones made at the HI resolution of 1050 or 1200. Talking to friend who is in to high quality photography, he told me that is common with even very expensive scanners.


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