IntelliScanner mini unveiled at Macworld
At this week's Macworld Expo, IntelliScanner Corp. introduced the IntelliScanner mini 250 (http://www.intelliscanner.com/products/mini/), the latest scanner for organizing everything at home on a Mac or PC. The smart scanner and software bundle uses barcode technology to automatically identify, organize, and share household collections and items like movies, wine, books, and comics.
Starting at US$159, IntelliScanner includes everything you need to scan, organize, and share
your collections and home inventory, automatically, says IntelliScanner CEO Travis J. Hick. IntelliScanner mini 250 now offers double the memory (now up to 500 scans before needing to sync) and 70% greater battery life (now up to 600 scans per charge) of previous models.
The IntelliScanner mini syncs and charges via USB. It comes in a metal cube for storage.
The IntelliScanner mini includes a barcode scanner and software for organizing, searching and sharing collections. By scanning the barcode with IntelliScanner mini, the software will automatically track home assets and valuables, with special features to instantly identify books, wine, comics, DVDs, groceries, and more. Users plug the scanner in to sync -- just like a digital camera -- and the software will download details like the book title, CD track, or wine
vineyard into a database.
IntelliScanner mini 250 is now shipping worldwide for $159 to $249, depending on the included software bundle. You can purchase IntelliScanner mini for books only for $159, media software only (books, CDs, DVDs, and games) for $179 or organize everything with the complete home organization software bundle (for media, wine, comics, groceries, and other assets) for $249.