P-215 - your essential scanning partner

In the office, on the move, or at home, Canon’s stylish imageFORMULA P-215 offers powerful USB-powered batch scanning for both Windows and Mac users. It’s easy to use and ultra-compact, slipping neatly into a laptop bag for “go anywhere” productivity.

• Perfectly mobile. The ultra-compact, elegantly designed P-215 can be used anywhere. It’s ideal for the home or office where space is a premium. And it’s equally as comfortable in a laptop bag or briefcase, for executives on the move.

• Fast and practical. USB-power means the P-215 just plugs directly into a laptop - no need to carry around a cumbersome power supply. And with speeds of 15ppm/30ipm and duplex scanning, it’s highly productive, despite its ultra-compact credentials.

• Efficient batch scanning. A class leading 20-sheet document feeder makes it easy to scan batches of documents – great for sales contracts, insurance, utility bills etc.

• Card scanning. The P-215 scans plastic ID cards and embossed cards - great for executives on the road needing to capture customer proof of identification details.

• Plug and scan. With intuitive, newly designed CaptureOnTouch Lite software there’s no need to install any software or drivers: simply plug in and scan.

• For Windows and Mac. Powerful software applications for both Windows and Mac includes OCR processing, support for multiple file formats, conversion tools and convenient business card software. Helping you be more organised in the office, at home, or on the move.

• Scan-to-cloud. Capture OnTouch enables documents to be uploaded directly to GoogleDocs, Evernote, and SharePoint.

• Energy efficient. With USB power and a low 5W power draw, the P-215 is an environmentally friendly choice. It easily meets ENERGY STAR compliance for energy efficiency, driving down your power costs.

• Software Development Kit. Developers can use CaptureOnTouch plug-in SDKs to develop customised applications to run directly on or with the P-215.

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