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Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner solves copying problems

The Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner - a cordless, battery powered, scans large originals - is the new must have accessory for genealogists and family history researchers.

For Memory Keepers who want to conveniently and reliably scan photos, images in books and magazines, and works of art so that they can be stored digitally, then shared with family and friends for under £150.

The patented flip-and-scan technology allows you to scan photos safely while still in the album or frame. Unlike alternative solutions that don't have the combination of mobility, accuracy, versatility, and keeping the original safe, the Flip-PalTM mobile scanner is compact, simple to operate, has high resolution, quick scan time, battery power, cordless - no computer required, and onboard memory.

Memories and stories bind families together but how often have you wished to get a copy of an image that belongs to someone else and then not had the time or equipment to do it there and then. Maybe your relative refuses to let a precious collection out of their sight or the photographs are all fixed in a large photo album.

The Flip-Pal™ battery powered mobile scanner will solve all these problems, save you loads of time and more. Take advantage of the patented flip-and-scan technology to scan photos safely while they are still in the album or frame. Scan large originals without even taking them out of the frame and then use the stitch software to combine the multiple scans into a perfect copy.


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