The compact LiDE220 scanner does all the work, but doesn't compromise on space. It boasts a hairline finish, 4,800 x 4,800 DPI optical resolution, 48-bit colour scanner and high speed scanning, all easily operated by five one-touch buttons that scan to the cloud.
Ensure quality scans with features such as dust and scratch reduction, and fading correction and grain correction.
At just 10 seconds for a scan and boasting a high speed USB interface for fast data transfer, the CanoScan LiDE220 scanner is as fast as it is compact.
Operate your scanner via five simple one-touch buttons that scan, copy, PDF, email and send.
The Z-lid design allows for scanning of difficult documents like books with spines or images in the upright position with the included clip-on stand.
Use the high-speed USB interface for fast data transfer or scan directly to the cloud in just one click.
Experience convenience at its best with the flexibility of scanning your documents while the scanner is upright.
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