Epson America, a leading provider of digital imaging solutions, today expanded its portable scanning portfolio with the WorkForce ES-50 and 60W document scanners, as well as the WorkForce ES-55R and ES-65WR receipt scanners equipped with advanced accounting management tools. Boasting extraordinary speeds, both the ES-50 and ES-55R scan a single page in as fast as 5.5 seconds1, while the ES-60W and ES-65WR scan a single page in as fast as 4 seconds2.
The new, extremely fast and lightweight ES-50, ES-55R, ES-60W and ES-65WR, bundled with Epson ScanSmart Software3, make it easy for users to scan, organize, email, and upload important documents to popular cloud services4. With automatic file and folder naming functionality, and an intuitive user interface, Epson ScanSmart Software3 saves users time and simplifies workflow by offering easy scanning options, editing and integration tools.
The ES-55R is the fastest and lightest mobile single-sheet-fed document scanner in its class5, while the flagship ES-65WR is the fastest, smallest and lightest wireless mobile single-sheet-fed document scanner in its class6. Both scanners come with Epson ScanSmart Accounting Edition Software7, which features powerful receipt management functionality. Advanced accounting document management tools allows users to easily preview, email, upload, and organize receipts, invoices, financial documents, and more. Equipped with smart receipt scanning capabilities, the smart algorithm learns expense entries to automatically improve vendor name recognition. The receipt manager function can automatically extract data from receipts and invoices, and export to QuickBooks Online or Excel, saving users time and eliminating the need for manual entry.
"Epson designed these new small, powerful and portable performers with business and home applications in mind, ensuring a scanning solution to specifically suit every on-the-go scanning need," said David Hawkes, product manager, Scanners, Epson America. "Users have been in search of a subscription-free, portable solution that also provides advanced accounting functionality, and the new receipt scanners fulfill all the needs for this market. The ES-55R and ES-65WR are the perfect fit for users that need a fast and lightweight receipt scanner that can easily fit into any briefcase or backpack."
More about the WorkForce ES-50, ES-55R, ES-60W and ES-65WR
All four scanners include TWAIN drivers for simple integration with virtually any document management software, as well as feature Nuance OCR built into Epson ScanSmart Software3, which gives users the ability to create searchable PDFs and editable Word and Excel files. Featuring an automatic feeding mode, the scanners automatically accept each new sheet as it's inserted, making it easy to combine multi-page scans into one file.
With the ES-60W and ES-65WR users can wirelessly scan documents to a PC, Mac, iOS or AndroidÃ¢"Â¢ devices8. Both scanners switch between USB and battery-powered wireless without any user intervention, and the convenient LCD shows wireless and battery status. The ES-50 and ES-55R, ideal for easy, on-the-go scanning, are powered by USB and require no batteries or external power when connected to a computer via the USB port.
Pricing and Availability
The Epson WorkForce ES-50 (MSRP $119.99) and ES-60W (MSRP $159.99) mobile document scanners are now available online at major computer, office and electronic superstores and online at https://www.epson.com. The Epson WorkForce ES-55R (MSRP $219.99) and ES-65WR (MSRP $259.99) mobile receipt scanners are now available online at major computer, office and electronic superstores and online at https://www.epson.com. All scanners feature a one-year limited warranty and optional extended service plans featuring next business day exchange programs.
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