Epson GT-2500 Scanner

EPSON Updated: 2008-04-10 RSS
Epson GT-2500 Scanner

The affordable document scanner built for busy workgroups.

Now, your workgroup can take advantage of high-speed document imaging without breaking the bottom line. The fast, affordable Epson. GT-2500 delivers remarkable scans up to 8.5" x 14", plus optional networking capabilities for small business environments.

Best of all, the GT-2500 consistently delivers vivid colors and crisp, sharp text thanks to 1200 dpi high resolution scanning, plus 48-bit color. With this versatile performer, you get everything you need for brilliant document imaging.

The Epson GT-2500 presents a remarkable solution for affordable document imaging. And, with its convenient compact design, it is the perfect fit for any office environment.

* Scan documents up to 8.5" x 14" (via the ADF)
* 1200 dpi, 48-bit color scanning for vivid color and crisp, sharp text
* High-speed performance (up to 27ppm mono, 11ppm color)
* 50-sheet Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) and auto duplex scanning
* Compact design - great for offices with limited space
* Optional network scanning capabilities - ideal for small business workgroups

Capture large documents in a single scan
* Scans documents up to 8.5" x 14" via ADF
* Fits great in any office with its convenient compact design
* Achieve remarkable results
* 1200 dpi, 48-bit color scanning provides vivid color and crisp, sharp text

Get more done
* Speeds through black text documents up to 27 ppm; color documents up to 11 ppm¹
* Work smarter and more efficiently
* Includes convenient 50-sheet Automatic Document Feeder, plus auto duplex scanning

Take advantage of convenient network scanning capabilities
* Enables small business workgroups to share a single scanner with optional network card

Use with Windows or Macintosh systems
* Includes TWAIN and ISIS drivers (ISIS driver compatible with Windows only)
* Fast USB connectivity offers quick, easy setup

Notes ¹Scan speeds measured on A4 paper at 300 dpi from when page scans begin. Speeds will vary depending upon your PC system, applications and driver settings, connectivity and other factors.