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DISCONTINUED. (Verified 7/95) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE.--- The Arkenstone Reader is an optical character recognition device, or scanner, that converts printed text into a computer text file. Based on the TrueScan Recognition System from Calera Recognition Systems, the Arkenstone can recognize typewritten, typeset, laser print, draft-quality dot matrix, and other computer printouts with monospace or proportional fonts sized from 6 to 28 points. Formats supported include: single and multiple columns, variable column widths, tables, lists, paragraphs, and intermixed text and graphics. The software is able to determine if a document is placed upside down or sideways on the reader, and to adjust the scanning process accordingly. The Quick Speech feature permits the user to listen to the page while it is being recognized, and also will provide Braille output. COMPONENTS: The Arkenstone Reader is made up of three components. They are a TrueScan recognition card, a Hewlett-Packard ScanJet IIP scanner, and a scanner interface card. The software required to run the Reader is included, along with a front-end software program called EasyScan. The complete system, including the TrueScan Model 600 card with the ScanJet IIP and the interface card, is $4074. All components may also be purchased separately. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM PC AT computers. DIMENSIONS: 3.7 x 13.6 x 18.9 inches. WEIGHT: 16.5 pounds.
4074.00 to 3195.00