Wednesday, August 24th 2011

LG Brings Scanning Convenience To IFA 2011 With Innovative Mouse Scanner

LG Electronics (LG) will be opening a new era for scanners at this year’s IFA with the LSM-100, the mouse with a built-in scanner. Incorporating technology specifically developed for the new device, the LSM-100 offers an array of unique functions that blend surprising innovation and user convenience.

Operating the LSM-100’s scanning function is far more convenient than on conventional scanners. While holding the Smart Scan button on the left side of the mouse, the user simply swipes the mouse over the material to be scanned. The scanned image can then be saved in a variety of file types – PNG, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, PDF, XLS and DOC – or dragged and dropped into the desired application.
The LSM-100 is also equipped with LG’s Optical Character Recognition technology, which converts scanned text into a Microsoft Word document that can then be edited and manipulated as the user sees fit. By eliminating the need to retype text from print media onto the screen, Optical Character Reader saves users a great deal of time.

The mouse’s compact size belies its big-sized capabilities. Because it’s not limited by a frame, the LSM-100 can scan page sizes up to A3, larger than most conventional portable scanners. Additionally, the scanning technology itself has been upgraded to handle faster pass-over rates, meaning that scanning an A3 sheet can be done smoothly and quickly.

The LSM-100 is also a top-end mouse. The laser sensor is accurate and durable, and the stylish design lends itself to easy, smooth motions as well as providing an ergonomic, comfortable grip.
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5 Comments on LG Brings Scanning Convenience To IFA 2011 With Innovative Mouse Scanner

Wow, really nice and innovative idea. Kudos LG!
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I want to see the lamp on this beast.
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So, someone at LG remembered the hand-held scanners of yore and decided to combine that with a mouse?

/insert a "Yo, dawg..." line here/
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Interesting concept but Unless I missed something..... a novelty at best.
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If it works out like they demonstrated in the video, that's fucking awesome! This is the type of innovation that's needed! :cool:
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