Kodak Scan Station 100 transmits hard-copy docs over net

Kodak Scan Station 100, can transmit documents over the internet without requiring a computer. Plug it into a network, and it can send hard copy documents just about anywhere, from a local computer's drive to a NAS to an office across the country. From our perspective, that makes it sort of an IP fax machine (though, […]

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Kodak Scan Station 100, can transmit documents over the internet without requiring a computer. Plug it into a network, and it can send hard copy documents just about anywhere, from a local computer's drive to a NAS to an office across the country. From our perspective, that makes it sort of an IP fax machine (though, of course, Kodak doesn't call it that; they've got enough problems being associated with another 19th Century technology). Of course, we don't have any use for this, since Engadget is a completely paperless operation, but we could see this coming in handy in offices that have piles of docs that they need to send from one location to another. Just, do us a favor, and please don't start calling it FoIP.

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