Artec Announces Ultima 2000 The Smallest BUS-Powered Flatbed Scanner For PC
And Mac At Macworld Expo San Francisco

NEWARK, CA — (INTERNET WIRE) — 01/04/00 — Good things come in small
bundle, especially when you have limited desktop real-estate. Artec Ultima
2000’s ultra-slim design and small footprint, make it the perfect partner
for both PC and MAC. About the size of a hardcover book, the Ultima 2000
weighs in at only 3.3 pounds and is just 1.7 inches high. But this small
wonder scans full-sized A-4 documents at resolutions up to 600X1200-dpi,
maximum resolution of 19200X19200 dpi. Add to that, its truly BUS powered
design eliminates the traditional scene with power adapter or power cables
tangled on desk tops. One cable is all that requires for both power and

The combined features of being compact and BUS powered not only help desk
top saving space, but also make Ultima 2000 the perfect companion for
people on the go. With a total carrying weight of less than 5.3lb, the
scanner can connect to an iBook or a PC laptop on an airplane without
worrying about finding a power jack.

Artec Ultima 2000 supports Windows 98, Mac OS 8.5 and up. The richly
bundled software-Adobe PhotoDeluxe, Xerox TextBridge OCR–provides an easy
manipulation of images and documents. User can freely create, edit and
publish photos, images and text documents. Artec developed ScanEZ software
driver (PC) makes it possible to scan directly to email, clipboard, printer
and files.

Scheduled to ship by the end of January 2000, Artec’s UlTIma 2000 USB
scanner for MAC and PC carries a suggested retail price of $79. Come to
have a first view of this ideal scanner at Artec’s station(#4351) @
Macworld Expo San Francisco 2000 (Jan 5 – Jan 8). For more information,
please visit us at or call 510-739-0800.