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Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
Top 56%2,327 points
Top 56%
Top 1%5,245 points
Top 1%
Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
Top specs and features

Kodak i1405 vs Microtek ScanMaker i480: 20 facts in comparison

1. maximum scan size

Maximum scan size shows maximum dimensions of the scanned document.
297 x 863mm²
Kodak Ngenuity 9125: 318 x 200000mm²
216 x 297mm²

2. Can scan 35 mm film

Film scanners can scan film negatives.
Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
21% have it

3. Can synchronize documents with Dropbox

The device can save and synchronize documents with Dropbox.
Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
13% have it

4. power consumption operation

How much power the device consumes when it's switched on.
70W
Avision MiWand 2 Pro: 1.2W
18W

5. weight

7.95kg lighter.
10.4kg
Plustek MobileOffice S800: 78g
2.45kg

6. width

299mm narrower.
547mm
VuPoint Solutions PDSBT-ST43-VP: 22.86mm
248mm

7. Has an Auto Scan Mode

Auto Scan Mode detects the type of document being scanned – Photo, Post Card, Business Card, Magazine, Newspaper, Document – and automatically crops and saves files to PDF or JPEG format based on image type.
Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
45% have it

8. Has an Optical Character Recognition (OCR)

Optical Character Recognition lets you convert images with text into text documents (using automated computer algorithms). The text information is attached to PDF, which is then searchable.
Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
54% have it

9. Can synchronize your documents directly with an e-mail

Synchronize with e-mail feature allows you to send and synchronize documents with your e-mail directly from the device.
Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
50% have it

10. volume

89.21% less body volume.
59896.5cm³
Planon SlimScan SS100: 12.9cm³
6460.15cm³

11. Has a multi-feed detection

A special sensor that can detect when two or more pages are stuck together and going through the scanner at the same time.
Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
34% have it

12. Has a duplex scanning feature

Duplex scanning means scanning both sides of a page at once.
Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
45% have it

13. Has an Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)

ADF allows multiple pages to be copied or scanned at one time without the need to place each individual page in the copier or scanner. You will need an ADF if you plan to scan documents on a regular basis—particularly documents longer than one or two pages.
Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
51% have it

14. USB version

Newer USB versions are faster and have better power management.
2
Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 Sheet-Fed: 3
2

15. higher optical scan resolution

The highest resolution the scanner can put out without using software to make it bigger. In dots per inch.
600 x 600dpi
Canon CanoScan LiDE 700F: 9600 x 9600dpi
4800 x 9600dpi

16. Allows scanning documents directly into PDF format

Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
71% have it

17. thickness

157mm thinner.
300mm
Planon DocuPen X: 0.5mm
457mm

18. Can synchronize documents with Google Drive

The device can save and synchronize documents with Google Drive.
Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
18% have it

19. height

308mm shorter.
365mm
Planon DocuPen X: 0.5mm
57mm

20. Is a flatbed scanner

Flatbed scanners are able to scan anything that can be placed against the glass. You need a scanner with a flatbed for photos or other easily damaged originals, bound material, and 3D objects. Usually flexible lid makes it possible to scan thick documents or even books.
Kodak i1405
Microtek ScanMaker i480
36% have it

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