Consumer Electronics Show 2014 [Booth South 4, #35321] Plustek Technology Inc., a manufacturer of document, book and photographic scanners; and cost effective Network Video Recorders for Edge Recording in the surveillance market, will exhibit a full line of new products at the 2014 International Consumer Electronic Show (CES) at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Reinforcing its commitment the document, photo, film scanning and surveillance markets, Plustek will display 3 new scanners and 2 new Network Video Recorders (NVR).
Scanning products Plustek will display for the first time at CES include: SmartOffice SC8016U, an 80 ppm A3 sized document scanner with a 100 sheet feeder and 8000 page per day duty cycle; SmartOffice PS456U, an 80 ppm A4 sized document scanner with a 60 sheet feeder and a 6000 page per day duty cycle; OpticSlim 1180, and A3 tabloid sized flatbed scanner.
Video surveillance products Plustek will announce at CES include: NVR X840s and X880s affordable, standalone network video recorders designed for small business surveillance applications. These NVRs feature megapixel cameras at 720p and 1080p resolutions and include an easy installer utility to simplify installation. Users can install any 3.5” SATA drive to customize storage capacity to meet their needs.
Other scanner products on display will be the previously launched: OpticFilm 120 and OpticFilm 8200i Ai film and slide scanners; MobileOffice D430 document and card scanner that is ideal for patient registration and pharmacies. All Plustek SmartOffice and MobileOffice scanners include a suite of document management applications, TWAIN drivers, single touch button scanning, and scan to PDF. In addition, APIs are available to authorized system integrators.
Plustek Security will also showcase its ruggedized edge NVR, DVR and video encoders.
Members of the press interested in a briefing at the Plustek [booth South 4, #35321] should contact Johnson Yang at 714.391.1069.
A scanner and security device manufacturer, Plustek is ISO 9002 certified (since 1986) and operates in more than 20 counties around the word.