Scanning on a smaller scale
The DocuPen R700 is tiny, looks cool and is very portable, but is it of any real use? Clive Shirley reports
The DocuPen R700 is a perfect example of the growing trend towards miniaturisation. It weighs in at just two ounces, is only eight inches long and less than an inch in height and width – probably the smallest commercial scanner in the world. So it is a tiny, cordless, battery-operated unit that looks cool and suits the dimensions of your briefcase or laptop bag. But is it any good?
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