Optical Sensor Technology: CIS. Sheet Size: A4. Item Weight: 145 Grams. Resolution: 900 / 600 / 300 dpi. Item Dimensions LxWxH: 10 x 0.84 x 0.7 inches. Connectivity Technology: Wireless Scan, USB Cord to Connect PC and Transfer. Model Name: IDS001-BK. Brand: MUNBYN. Scanner Type: Handheld Scanner. Media Type: Photos, Receipt, Book pages, Documents. Country of Origin: China. Manufacturer: MUNBYN. Date First Available: July 11, 2018. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No. Best Sellers Rank: #13,910 in Office Products. Customer Reviews: 3.7 out of 5 stars 733 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars. Batteries: 2 AA batteries required. Item model number: 8541623574. ASIN: B07G34SDYD. Item Weight: 5.1 ounces. Product Dimensions: 10 x 0.84 x 0.7 inches.
MUNBYN Portable Scanner, Photo Scanner for Documents Pictures Pages Texts in 900 Dpi, Flat Scanning, Include 16G SD Card, Photo Scanner Uploads Images to Computer Via USB Cable, No Driver Black
【Easy to Carry–Portable Scanner】Length: 9.5 in = 1.5 pens. Weight: 0.66 lbs = An apple. Carry way: Small bag. Power Source: a pair of AA batteries (NEED TO BUY EXTRA).
【Easy to Scan–Handheld Scan】Portable Scanner scans your photos, documents, book pages in 3-5 seconds on 900 dpi resolution independently. Easy to use once you take a tiny bit of time to get the hang of this portable scanner. Compared to the feeding scanner, the wand scanner will not fold or damage old photos during scanning.
【Easy to use–No Driver】Portable Scanner does not require downloading a driver. Easily connect the portable scanner to a computer through a USB cable to transfer your scanned photos or documents anywhere and anytime.
【Easy to Digitalize–Clear Image】The highest 900dpi scan resolution can convert pictures, documents, book pages, or other targets into digital files in high clarity. Photo scanner quality meets your expectation.
【Easy to Store–16G SD Card】Wand scanner with 16G SD card will store thousands of scan files. With OCR software, easy to transfer PDF scan files into Word/Excel format and edit them. OCR instruction: IN “USER GUIDE”
Amazon Customer –
This is a review of the Magic Wand Portable Scanners for Documents, Photo, Old Pictures, Receipts, 900DPI, Scan A4 Color Page in 3sec, 16G Memory Card Included, MUNBYN Photo Scanner for Computer, Laptop. I am an author and I got this scanner to scan in almost 20 years of handwritten journals that contain the basis for many of my books. This is my first time using a portable scanner, it really doesn’t take long to get up to speed with it, though. This little wand scanner is not heavy, and not difficult to work with. It produces clear, good quality scans. I am using the medium resolution setting, and the scans are very clear. Here are the important points I have noticed: 1. Your document needs to lay flat when you scan it. This necessitated me taking all the pages out of each journal in order to lay them flat. If you try to scan from a book, the scanner will cut off much of the inside margin and sentences. I could not find a way around this. In the YouTube video (search MUNBYN on YouTube) that shows how the scanner works, you will see the two markers on the scanner that mark the edges of the scan area. The quick start guide included with the scanner gives the URL to download the free scanner software to your laptop and the instructions say NOT to update it during the installation. A mini-CD came with mine but I have no drive for it, so I was glad to find that link. And for whatever it’s worth, I am running Windows 10 and that software integrated seamlessly without any further configuration on my part. 2. You must move the scanner slowly. If you move it too quickly, the red light comes on to warn you. I have had to rescan a number of pages due to this. 3. If you are scanning many pages that need to be in a particular order like I am with my journals, scan them in that order and download the images from the scanner all at one time. Like most scanners, this scanner names the scans IMG0001, IMG0002, etc. and there does not appear to be a way to override or change this. If you download some of them and then start scanning again before you have all of one project (or journal in my case) scanned, you will have to rename a bunch of them. In retrospect, I wished I had numbered my journal pages before starting, and I plan to with subsequent journals, so I can tell when a page is missing and if I have them in the right order. Have plenty of AA batteries on hand if you are scanning a large project. I scanned maybe 50 pages before I had to change the batteries. It could be those first batteries I put in were not fully charged, (the scanner did not come with any batteries) I did not test them before using, or maybe I am just slow and that created the drain on the batteries. I will update this review if I get a good feel for how many pages I can consistently scan on one new set of AA batteries. All said, I think this little scanner is a very handy tool and I’m glad I purchased it. Highly recommend.Read more
Denise McQueen –
Had to visit YouTube to figure out how to calibrate. Need better directions. Great product though.Read more
I like the fact that we can take it anywhere. It runs on batteries and stores the scans to a chip. Very easy, very flexible. It takes a little getting use to moving the wand at a constant rate (no stops and starts), but after a bit, we got pretty good.Read more
This sounded like a good idea. It arrived with Amazon’s usual efficient delivery. But the tiny ‘instruction booklet’ was written by someone with only a marginal command of the English language. One section was labeled ‘How to Scanning.’ Another told how to ‘set the timer,’ but there was no mention anywhere about what the timer was for, how to use it, etc. Just how to set it. I had planned to use it to scan dozens of historic photos in the files of a museum in my old hometown…with their permission. Instead, I returned the item.Read more
This is a cheap imitation of US-made scanners such as “iScan”. It scans for 1/2 inch then the green scanning light turns off. I attempted to make 22 scans and only 2 were produced. Example of shoddiness was that feature 4 in the instruction manual is labelled “button, ” but the “Time Set” and “format” so-called “buttons” are small HOLES!. I was able to insert one end of a small paperclip in the two holes and heard clicks, but a HOLE is not a BUTTON!! I tried 22 times to get the scanner to work but was only able to complete 2 out of 22 scans. When I advanced the scanner about 1/2 inch the light would go out and the scanning stopped. The scanner’s green “on/scanning” light would advance about 1/2 inch then stop. The scanner is obviously defective.Read more
rebecca adkins –
If you need to scan on the good this is a great tool to have.Read more
M. Hedrick –
Works great ! I just scanned a colorful box that was lying on the table and Wow! Perfect, text was clear and sharp.Read more
Very easy to use and very portable. This makes a travel to work so much easy.Read more