09 May

Introducing the Swan


Up to four times faster than flatbed scanners, Qidenus is proud to bring you the new state-of-the-art Qidenus Swan. Unveiled in March at the Global Event for Digital Business, CeBIT, in Germany, the Swan is a versatile document and book scanner that offers high-speed scanning and can accommodate a large variety of material.

Powered by a 10-inch touchscreen display and 300/600 ppi resolution, the Swan is packed with a lot of powerful features that include:

  • Image enhancement
  • PDF conversion
  • Email
  • Direct printing
  • Multiple pages
  • USB
  • Wi-Fi
  • Scanning all documents (stapled, stitched, paper-clipped, filed and glue-bound)
  • Scanning sizes up to A2
  • Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
  • Smart file naming


With its two CMOS sensors, it scans two pages at once in less than a second! Because of the placement of the sensors above the document and its own LED lighting combined with the V-shaped adjustable cradle, it can scan single page documents just as easily as entire books.

This is a fraction of the time it would take an ordinary scanner to digitise a similar document. Because of the V-Shaped book cradle, it’s no longer required to unbind bound materials; all you need to do is turn the page.

What’s even more amazing about the Swan is you can scan anything from books, contracts, magazines, and invoices to ring-folders and flip boards – this is all documents including all those that are stapled, stitched, paper-clipped, filed and glue-bound!

Sounds too good to be true? Click here to check it out for yourself!

Meniko is the sole distributor for the Qidenus range of book scanners in South and Southern Africa. We’re proud to add the Swan to our range of products. Visit us on www.meniko.co.za to view this and more!



Original article appeared on the Qidenus website

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