...Microtek brand scanners, which are blazing fast and built to last. When you need to digitize, a Microtek scanner saves you time and money, while reducing frustration and increasing accuracy. We have them on sale now. And we have scanners for Mac Users. Easy ordering, fast delivery, and free shipping.
This innovative company produces high-end scanners at mid-range prices, thanks to smart design and advanced production techniques. If your scanning requirements are tough, look at Microtek for a smart, affordable solution.
Microtek has been producing innovative scanning solutions for over three decades. The company still continues to make technology breakthroughs today. Microtek has made several industry firsts since the world's first 300-dpi black-and-white sheet-fed scanner in 1985 (see below). Holding over 450 patents worldwide, Microtek continues todevelop next-generation digital imaging solutions.
1981 Released the world's first stand-alone 8-bit MICE product.
1984 Released the world's first 200 dpi black & white sheet-fed scanner, MS-200.
1985 Released the world's first 300 dpi black & white sheet-fed scanner, MS-300.
1986 Released the world's first 300 dpi black & white flatbed scanner, MSF-300C.
1987 Released the world's first 300 dpi gray-scale flatbed scanner, MSF-300G.
1988 Released the world's first 600 dpi gray-scale flatbed scanner, MSF-600C.
1989 Released the world's first 300 dpi color scanner, MSF-300Z.
1991 Released the world's first 1850 dpi 35mm film scanner, MTS 1850.
1992 Released the world's first 2000 dpi 35mm film scanner, ScanMaker 35t.
1993 Released the world's first 4000 dpi 4x5 film scanner, ScanMaker 45t.
1994 Released the world's first 600 dpi color scanner, ScanMaker III.
1996 Released the world first 36 bit A3 size scanners, ScanMaker 9600XL.
1997 Released the world first dual-media / lens professional A3 size scanner, ScanMaker 2000.
1998 Released the world's first stand-alone scanning appliance, ImageDeck.
1999 Released the world's first 4000 dpi 35mm/APS film scanner.
2000 Released the world's first twin-plate graphic art scanner, ArtixScan 2500.
2000 National Museum reposed Microtek’s Millenarian Memorial Mahogany.
2001 Released the world's first 1600 dpi USB 2.0 graphic art scanner, ArtixScan 1800.
2002 Released the world's first scanner with Digital ICETM Technology for photo prints, ScanMaker 6800.
2003 Release the world's first medical and biology scanner, ArtixScan 4000tf.
2005 Released the world's first 10,000:1 contrast ratio 42” Plasma Color Display , MHP1.
2006 Released the world‘s first Auto-Focus CCD Scanner, ArtixScan M1.
2007 Released the world's first Auto-Focus CCD Scanner with E.D.I.T., ArtixScan F1.
2008 Released the world's first flatbed/ sheet-fed compact scanner (8.5" x 5.5"), ArtixScan DI 3010c.
2009 Released the world's first dental X-ray digitizer, Medi-1200/ Medi-2200.
2010 Released the fastest heavy duty A4 size flatbed scanner, XT3500 (with only 1.5s per page).
Speed. Microtek scanners are fast. They are typically the fastest in their price range and/or their resolution range.
Resolution. Microtek tends to provide higher resolution at greater speed and less cost than the competitors do.
Quality. Microtek scanners are built to exacting standards.
Ease. Microtek scanners are simple to use.
Many Microtek scanners have an LED light-source, which gives them instant-on (no waiting for a lamp to warm up) and good energy-efficiency.
Typical Microtek scanner features:
Easy setup and use.
Easy to clean and maintain.
Software for editing or other purposes.
High or very high optical resolution.
Simple touch button operation (non-sheet fed).
The sheet-fed Medi-6000 and Medi-7000 have no buttons. Just slide the X-Ray in. See what's on it, and push it down to scan it.
USB (pretty standard today).
We've arranged the Microtek offerings by type of use: