Zcan Can: Tech Company D+Oi Unveils First-Ever Wireless Scanner Mouse on Indiegogo

Mike Gonzalez July 31, 2014 Comments Off on Zcan Can: Tech Company D+Oi Unveils First-Ever Wireless Scanner Mouse on Indiegogo
Zcan Can: Tech Company D+Oi Unveils First-Ever Wireless Scanner Mouse on Indiegogo

UPDATED: 07/15/14

July 4, 2014— Scanning—and working—wouldn’t be simpler with a scanner and mouse in one. If only you have a wireless device to take anywhere you go and translate physical works into digital, right?

The world’s first-ever wireless scanner mouse, Zcan, redefines productivity and changes how we work. A new innovation from D+Oi, a design and technology company, Zcan is basically a wireless mouse that allows you to scan and perform many more tasks to boost productivity exponentially. D+Oi launches an Indiegogo campaign to help bring Zcan to the next step and finally make it available to the market. The crowdfunding campaign aims to raise $25,000 when it goes live sometime July.

Zcan’s state-of-the-art technology allows you to enjoy many features to help improve productivity and convenience:
• Scan to Excel
You can easily scan a physical worksheet directly to Excel and then manipulate and modify cells and data.
• Scan to text
You can scan long lines of text instead of typing them, which allows you to finish your task three times faster.
• Reading helper
Zcan can read you your newspaper, magazines, books, or any printed document just by hovering the device over the material you want to read.
• Language
Zcan can also automatically translate languages into another that you can understand
• Remember everything
Zcan also connects with Evernote and keeps your data synchronized.
• WYSIWYG

What-you-scan-is-what-you-get technology allows you to view what you have scanned without distortions or loss of quality.

Through the Indiegogo campaign, D+Oi founder Sam Ng of Hong Kong can start streamlining the design and polishing it to prepare it for mass production. The campaign aims to secure patent and manufacturing procedures to bring Zcan to the market.

To find out more about Zcan, visit the official website or go to www.d-toi.com.

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