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Old 05-04-2008, 01:24 PM   #3
Michael Rowley
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But I think such scanners are dear: the was a review published recently of a bunch of flat-bed scanners, and the only one suitable for books was among the dearest
It is not as dear as I thought; I meant the OpticBook 3600, which costs about £135:

http://www.digitise-it.com/sales/flatbed/index.html

   
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