January 11, 2007 There is no doubt that organizing things is much easier once they are digital. For those of us who work in the digital world, there’s a vast chasm between the databased, orderly digital work environment and the disorderly analog or real world environment. If you’re looking to get some organisation into the home, IntelliScanner has rolled out IntelliScanner mini, an ultra-portable personal barcode scanner and software package for organizing collections and home assets with barcode technology plus an AutoFill item identification. IntelliScanner mini is about the size of a car keyfob, organizing personal assets automatically by simply scanning the retail barcode or printed tag.
"IntelliScanner mini makes organizing things at home easy with barcode technology designed for the home, all packed into an amazingly small device," said Paul Scandariato, Director, IntelliScanner Corporation. "We include the scanner and software you need to organize books, comics, groceries, wine, DVDs, CDs, games, and other home assets. Just scan the barcode, plug it in just like a digital camera, and you're well on your way to being more organized in 2007."
IntelliScanner mini's six included programs help automatically organize collections and home assets. By scanning the barcode with IntelliScanner mini or entering title information for the item, IntelliScanner applications search Internet databases for detailed product information.
Each program is highly customized for the type of item it organizes -- Wine Collector calculates bottle maturity and cellar locations, Media Collector tracks DVD lending to friends, Comic Collector prints IntelliScanner Comic Tags for uniform issue management, and much more.
The complete IntelliScanner mini bundle (portable scanner, 6 software tools, neck lanyard, and keychain clip) is now shipping worldwide for US$300, available direct from IntelliScanner.Share
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