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ProScan Image Scanner Interface

The ProScan image scanner interface is designed to be combined with a handheld scanner such as the Naksha hand scanner (CH33098).  The interface allows the user to digitise images and edit them on an Amstrad PCW using editing software such as MicroDesign II. The interface has a breakthrough connector allowing for a second expansion like the RamPort (CH50923).

Date : 1990

Manufacturer : SCA Systems

Format : Interface

Physical Description : Scanner Interface. User Manual.

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH50924. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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