are new document imaging scanners compatible with both Macs and PCs. They can scan color documents up to 8.5 x 14 inches and can scan at resolutions up to 1200 dots per inch (DPI). The GT-2500 costs $599 while the GT-2500 Plus costs $899.
Flatbed scanners, the new systems are 48-bit devices that can scan up to 27 pages per minute (PPM) in monochrome and up to 11 PPM in color at 300 DPI. They both come with 50-sheet automatic document feeders (ADFs) and support automatic duplexing (two-sided copying), one-button scanning and other features.
The GT-2500 Plus features all of the GT-2500’s capabilities plus a network card that enables it to work over a LAN. The LAN interface can also be added to the GT-2500 after purchase, if you decide you need it.
Both scanners are expected to hit store shelves in July, 2006. System requirements call for a G3 with 128MB RAM or more and Mac OS X v10.2.7 or later. The software included with the scanners is Universal, according to Epson.