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Canon Adds Two Scanners To CanoScan Line

Melville, N.Y. — Canon USA has added two CanoScan LiDE color image scanners: the LiDE 220 and LiDE 120.
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The CanoScan LiDE 220 color image scanner

Melville, N.Y. — Canon USA has added two CanoScan LiDE color image scanners: the LiDE 220 and LiDE 120.

These compact, lightweight scanners offer consumers affordable scanning without sacrificing image quality, Canon said. The two models also feature an integrated Send button that makes archiving, scanning, emailing, and saving photos or important documents to the Cloud easy, it added.

Maximum optical resolution is 4,800 by 4,800 dpi for the LiDE 220 and 2,400 by 4,800 dpi for the LiDE 120. The LiDE 220 scanner utilizes upright scanning, allowing the user to scan while the unit is in a vertical position.

Both models meet the Energy Star energy-efficiency criteria.

For users who want to email photos or documents, the scanners can adjust the size of the scanned file and attach it to a message. For crafting and scrapbooking enthusiasts, the color image scanners are compatible with My Image Garden software from Canon, which makes organizing and printing photos easy, the company said.

This software features facial recognition, special filters, calendar organization, automatic layout suggestions and more. Canon said.

The estimated retail for the LiDE 220 scanner is $89.99, while the LiDE 120 is $59.99.

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