Digital technology has considerably altered not only the means of communication but has also exerted an impact on the social activities of people in general. For example, eReaders have completely changed the way many people interact with books.
Although majority of people still prefer books in hard copy format, the popularity of the eReaders is constantly increasing.
Recently, 1DollarScan announced their latest service with the name of ‘fine tune’ that lets the readers view scanned books, magazines, documents, and business cards in their eReaders in a high resolution.
Previously, 1DollarScan has been providing scanning service by which you can have your old dusty books and documents scanned and view them in a digital format on your mobile or tablet. But since the scanning of some old documents is not of much help, the high resolution service has been released.
This high resolution service improves the color, contract and resolution quality of the PDF document which becomes faster to peruse.
The scanning service from 1DollarScan is already available on all devices running iOS and Android as well as eReaders such as Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook and Sony Reader.
However, there is a serious issue that can become a huge source of concern for a lot of books lovers, particularly those who like to collect old books and documents. Once you have your book scanned, it is recycled by the company which means that you can’t really get it back.
This single concern certainly bares a lot of users from going for the services of the company and if it is eliminated, it can considerably enhance the number of people using the service.
Previously, there have also been other companies offering their scanning technologies at a reasonable cost. Probably the best one in this regard was a device that was released by Ion Audio costing only $150 which could be used by the customers to scan their books at home.
With this technology, users can scan a 200 page book in about 15 minutes which is certainly quite efficient.
However, the latest high resolution service with the name of ‘Fine Tune’ would considerably improve the quality of the scanning service provided by 1DollarScan.