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Re: filmscanners: New Epson Consumer Flatbeds Leak Out



At 15:18 28/07/01 +0100, you wrote:
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>It also has a picture of the Perfection 1650 details, true 1600dpi!!!,
>optional tranny hood does 4"X5", the photo models has a 6 x35mm TPU. 48bit
>colour 48 bit out!!!  This machine is of no use as it does not have the
>"scan to the web button". No price is quoted.

Why does not having the "scan to the web button" make it no use ?????
Stuart


>So go on to the Simply site no mention of the scanners and a search reveals
>no items on the site. Epson has nothing on the US or UK site.
>
>There is a first look at
>http://computers.cnet.com/hardware/0-2295735-8-6627219-1.html
>
>Maccnn.com has
>
>Epson's new Perfection 2450 Photo, Perfection 1650 series and Perfection
>1250 series are making their first appearance this week at Macworld Expo in
>New York. The 2450 series sports 2400 x 4800 dpi resolution with USB and
>FireWire connectivity and is priced at $399; the 1650 offers 1600 x 3200 dpi
>resolution and USB connectivity and is priced at $149; and the 1250 offers
>1200 x 2400 dpi resolution and starts at $129."
>
>There is an Epson press release here
>http://www.businesswire.com/cgi-bin/f_headline.cgi?bw.072601/212070488
>including the Perfection 2450 which must be their answer to the new Cannon
>flatbed.
>
>Eddie




 




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