Not your office’s scanner, this “ominous”-looking 3-foot-high “book ripper” image-captures the content from your favorite volume and transforms it into sharp, easy-to-read PDF files. Each Booksnap uses two digital cameras to digitize pages and transport them to your computer, so you can create a digital library and share with friends. Price: $1,600 Contact: Booksnap.atiz.com
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