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Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 Price in Malaysia

Compare Prices of Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100

Best price for Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 in Malaysia is RM 2,653.60

You can buy the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 at the lowest price of RM 2,653.60 from Lazada.
Alternatively, the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 is also sold in Hong Kong at Amazon with the price of RM 797.00 and Philippines at Amazon with the price of RM 797.00 and Singapore at Amazon with the price of RM 797.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 04 April 2018, 17:23.

Price List by Country for Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 1,562.00 MYR 797.00
Malaysia MYR 2,653.60 MYR 2,654.00
Philippines PHP 10,588.00 MYR 797.00
Singapore SGD 270.30 MYR 797.00

Specs of Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100

ScanSnap iX500 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelScanSnap iX500
DateJun 2016
Ports & interfaces
Standard interfacesUSB 1.1, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, Wireless LAN
Weight & dimensions
Weight3 kg
Width292 mm
Depth159 mm
Height168 mm
Maximum scan size216 x 360 mm
Optical scanning resolution600 x 600 DPI
Colour scanning
Duplex scanning
Film scanning
ADF scan speed (b/w, A4)25 ppm
ADF scan speed (colour, A4)25 ppm
Power supply typeAC
Power consumption (typical)20 W
Power consumption (standby)2.5 W
Input frequency50/60
Input voltage100-240
Paper handling
Maximum ISO A-series paper sizeA4
Scanning media types supportedBusiness Card, Plain paper, Post Card(JPN)
Maximum scan area (ADF)216 x 360 mm
Minimum scan area (ADF)50.8 x 50.8 mm
Auto Document Feeder (ADF) media weight40 - 209 g/m²
Multi feed detection
ISO A-series sizes (A0...A9)A4,A5,A6
ISO B-series sizes (B0...B9)B5,B6
Scanner typeADF scanner
Built-in display
Colour of productBlack
Sensor typeCIS
Light sourceRGB LED
Scan file formatsJPG,PDF
Scan toFile, Image

Reviews of Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100
Reviewed on 2014-11-16
Byline: By Victor YapHTC has been on a ball with new releases this year as it put out flagship after flagship smartphone for all to see and use. That isn't the end of it as it also put out a few big global announcements that seemingly surprised everyone w...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-22
Quick, think of a scanner – any would do! Odds are, your mental image is the traditional flatbed with a glass surface. That design indeed has been with us for quite some time now and is generally the reliable sort. However, its large footprint does leave ...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-22
The great Fujitsu ScanSnap ix500 that handles high-end scanning needs with speed and agility, now supports scanning to iPhone, iPad and Android devices, too. We took a look at the new mobile app and offer a review here to show how well it handles mobile s...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-22
A dedicated scanner like the Fujitsu ScanSnap ix500 seems like a product whose day has passed now that so many of us use our phones for scanning receipts and a document or two. However, plenty of people still need a high-quality scanner to handle hundreds...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-22
Fujistu has been making scanners of various sizes to offer consumers and businesses the value of "paper liberation" (isn't that a great marketing phrase?) for years. We have one of their ScanSnap S1500 sheet-fed scanners and use it with outstanding result...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-13
At no point in my life did I think I'd fall in love with a document scanner. I always thought of document scanners as the sort of thing I was happy to know existed, but I was rather sure I'd never need — let alone grow attached to — one of these wonderful...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-05
Very fast at scanning to searchable PDF. Met its rated simplex and duplex scan speeds. Good optical-character-recognition (OCR). Did well at reading business cards. Misfeed-free in our testing. Wi-Fi and USB 3.0 connectivity.
You can't give a scan command from within an application. Scanning to some programs may require several steps. Only connects wirelessly to one computer at a time. Documentation could use improvement
The Fujitsu iX500 ($495) is a capable and likeable document scanner for personal or small office use. It met its rated speeds in our tests and lost almost no time when saving files to searchable PDF. The scanner did well in both text recognition and busin...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-10
Let's face it. Scanners aren't sexy, and are more often than not, an annoyance. Ease of use is typically out the window, paper jams are common, and software compatibility is always a mystery. Fujitsu has been on a mission to change that, and the Scan...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-02
Incredibly fast high resolution scans with virtually no jamming. "Scan to Mobile" feature works flawlessly.
Bundled software is slightly clunky with nonstandard dialogue windows and navigation
Of paper, that is.For someone like me, used to using flatbed scanners, the ScanSnap is a remarkable piece of machinery. Put a stack of documents in the feeder at the top, press a single button and watch them come flying out — so fast, in fact, that I firs...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-01
Fast, Scans to mobile devices or a single computer via WiFi, Can scan both sides of a document in a single pass
No TWAIN or ISIS driver support
Fine lines and fast speeds. The Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 produces high quality scans of documents at resolutions of up to 600 dots per inch (dpi). Experts say the scanner reproduces text and fine lines accurately and in great detail. While sheet-fed scanner...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-23
Compact design, incredibly useful features, great platformagnostic support
As you grow older, you develop habits that demonstrate knowledge you've gained growing up: buying renter's insurance, preventative car maintenence, saving receipts. And thanks to the widespread technology available, many of these things have become easier...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-21
Small, fast, jamfree document scanning with excellent supporting software
Radio interference affects some machines, but it's rare, The Verdict The scanner to beat and the one to buy if you can afford it, Buy from: Amazon ($419.99)
Once I started my review of the ScanSnap iX500 document scanner, the new model in Fujitsu's hugely popular line of top-tier ScanSnap scanners, it didn't take long to see this machine was going to earn its pedigree. There's a reason many co...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-18
I have been a fan of Fujitsu scanners since my first ScanSnap, the S500 model. It was my workhorse scanner for over four years. After giving it away with my old laptop with plans to purchase another ScanSnap, I began using the flat bed scanner of my m...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-07
While the dream of a paper-free world has yet to materialize (assuming it ever will), using scanners to store digital copies of hardcopy documents has become de rigueur for most businesses, from enterprise-level operations to single-person startups. It...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-21
If your total experience with scanners is with the flatbed type that sits atop all-in-one printers, you may be excused for thinking scanners are not all that exciting. Given the slow, awkward, one-sheet-at-a-time way these devices perform, it's hard to im...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-07
Fast, Easy to set up, Cuts the cord and lets you go wireless with the ScanSnap Connect app, Intelligent suggestions offer up “next steps” and let you work faster
Not inexpensive
Scansnap's scanners have been a mainstay of my move toward a paperless life. They have also played a huge role in my digitizing much of my rabbinic library. I wrote about it here and here and here and here . The hardware is always top-notch and the softwa...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-08
It touts fast scan speeds, USB 3 connectivity, and wireless support for scanning directly to mobile devices.The iX500 feels sturdy, and its flip-up ADF has room for 50 sheets. The single blue button at the front is all that's needed for most scan operatio...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-18
The big reason for this is a new, faster processor and the move to a Colour Image Sensor (CIS). The former makes the overall speed possible, but the latter does its part because it skimps out a bit on the saturation of the colours. High-res scans are natu...
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