Epson Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner Review
Epson V750-M Pro Scanner Review
|Epson Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner Review|
As has been stated on its name, this Epson V750 Scanner Review is not just an ordinary scanner. It is pro, which promising perfection to the result. It has gotten 4 out of 5 stars for the review, shows that users who already use it are satisfied enough with its performance and works. From the Epson itself, as the producer, has claimed that this epson v750 review is specialized to handle fluid mount, and consistently delivers precision color and detail of a document scanned. As a represent of a breakthrough in flatbed scanning technology, it seems like users can put much expectation upon this machine.
This scanner uses flatbed color image sensor scanner type, by using Color Epson MatrixCCD line sensor, it is really a breakthrough that delivers great output based on the great input it takes. Added by Epson Dual Lens system varied optical resolution from 4800 dpi to 6400 dpi, it is not daydreaming to have such an excellence in scanning through this scanner. For the hardware resolution, it is varied too, based on the technology used. It is 4800 dpi x 9600 dpi in the common technology stated, and 6400 dpi x 9600 dpi with Micro Step Drive technology.
Epson V750 vs V700
|Epson V750-M Pro|
No wonder why this scanner is declared to be the represent of scanner’s breakthrough after all. The maximum resolution, too, is an adding point, where it is beyond the common resolution, up to 12800 dpi x 12800 dpi. For the effective pixels, it is 40800 x 56160 for 4800 dpi of resolution, and 37760 x 62336 for 6400 dpi of resolution. For the bit depth, it is 48 bits per pixel internal and external for color scanning, and 16 bits per pixel internal and external for grayscale. Again, no wonder why the result will be so clear and colorful. The maximum scanning area is quite common, it is up to 8.5’’ x 11.7’’. What makes the result become brighter and clearer is the light source, where this scanner uses white cold cathode fluorescent lamp that makes the input is taken brightly and clearly. To get the scanning fast, users are suggested to use 4800 dpi of resolution mode, since it takes 10.8 miliseconds per line for color and monochrome, it is faster than 6400 dpi of resolution, because it takes the whole thing fast, not too clear, not too detail.
|Epson V750-M Scanner Review|
As it is only 12’’ x 20’’ x 6’’ for the dimension and 14.5 lb for the weight, it is quite possible to be used as a home desktop scanner, even though it is a professional scanner over all.