Category: Scanner
Manufacturer: Agfa
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 11.11MB
Operating System: Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/Mac OS
Latest Version / Release Date: / 06 Jan 2007

Windows device driver information for SNAPSCAN e10

The SNAPSCAN e10 is a scanner that is easy to use and captures images that are sharp. It is characterized by high scanning speeds which make it most ideal for both home and office use. It is small in size and this saves on desk space. It is affordable and combined with high performance makes it stand out among other scanners. It features a one button scanning mode and scans documents to PDF. Documents on this device can be shared within one work station. Documents can also be scanned directly to Microsoft applications. It enhances productivity through its many features that produce high outputs. When scanning with color, documents of 18 pages in total are scanned per minute. It has a high color resolution and picks more than 60 billion colors. It has a 36 color bit. Its optical resolution is of 1200 by 600.

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The SNAPSCAN e10 is an automatic document feeder (ADF) scanner. When in this mode, it can take up to 50 pages. It uses a Universal Serial Bus (USB) interface of 2.0. It is a sheetfed scanner type and gives users a maximum scan resolution of 1200 by 1200. It has an enhanced duplets per image (DPI) of 9600. The maximum vertical scan size it can take is 14 inches. The maximum horizontal scan size is 8.5 inches. it comes installed with software such as FotoSnap. It uses a USB connection and it is compatible with operating systems for Windows 98, Mac OS. It is also highly compatible with documentation and software. Its dimensions are 4.1 by 13 by 17.7 inches. it has a shipping weight of 8 pounds. It uses a desktop form factor and its hardware platform is of a personal computer and Macintosh. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and SNAPSCAN e10 errors before installing any driver updates.