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King Jim's docking scanner iScamil can connect to iPads, digitalizing printed documents (A4 maximum size), such as business cards, pictures and brochures on the screen. First, you need to download the app from the Apple Store. All the data can be saved in an iPad as JPEG file.

USB cable and cleaning sheet come with scanner.

Price: 15,540 yen

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Photos and brochures I can understand, but not much point in "digitalizing" business cards unless you can save them as usable data, not just an image...

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Actually, a lot of OCR software nowadays is really good at reading kanji and converting it to usable data. I do that sometimes when I get letters, etc., I need to read.

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Isn't there a camera on the iPad anyway?

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