|Product Number: 9190A|
|Ad: Click to see|
|Original Price: $1495|
|Catalog Reference: 1988, page 711|
|Donated by: Ryan Landry, Chalmette Louisianna USA|
The ScanJet was HP's first scanner. The ScanJet was a 300 dpi, 4-bit (16 levels of gray) monochrome scanner. It could be connected to either IBM-compatible PCs like the HP Vectra ot to Apple Macintosh computers. The ScanJet could scan images up to 8.5 inches by 11.7 inches. It also offered an optional automatic document feeder (P/N 88195A - $595).
The museum only has a single original ScanJet in the collection. Our unit has a burnt out scanning globe.^ TOP
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