This new Hovercam will be replacing the T3 model and quite a few enhancements have been made. The HoverCam Solo 5 Ultra Portable Document Camera scans documents through a flip-up 5 megapixelcamera to print, fax, email, or even point at yourself for web conferencing or presentations. The Solo 5 features receipt and business card management software, using OCR to automatically build your expense reports and contact lists as well as record, annotate and share your screen and use cloud services via our software suite. In addition, the Solo 5 uses a built-in microphone which records from up to 30 feet away and AVI files can be saved directly to a hard drive. The Solo 5 is roughly half the size of the T3, but has a larger scan capability for A3 (default), A4, letter, and even legal sizes. What are the differences between the Hovercam Solo5 and Hovercam T3? True High definition (1080P full HD video) Size – The Solo 5 is roughly half the size of the T3. This unobtrusive size allows it to sit out of the way when not in use. It can also be very easily stored or transported and set up anywhere you need it. Autofocus (T3 hovercam is manual focus) Quick access to controls – The Solo 5 has quick access buttons in its base, so you don’t always have to go back to the computer for basic controls. Flip-Up Camera – The Solo 5’s camera can flip up, allowing it to be used as a web cam. The T3’s camera only points straight down. Resolution – The Solo 5 has a 5 MP camera while the T3 has a 3 MP camera. Because of that, the Solo 5 can reach image resolutions up to 2592 x 1944, much higher than the 1920 x 1600 the T3 can produce. This results in crystal clear, detailed scans and video. Larger Scan Size – The default scan size on the Solo 5 is A3, but it also scans in other sizes like A4, Letter, and Legal. The T3 has a smaller scan size of 9 x 12 inches
HoverCam Solo 5 Ultra Portable Document Camera with FREE 15ft. USB Cable.
FREE 15ft. USB Cable (standard is 5ft.)
5.0 MegaPixel resolution
2592×1944 / 2048×1563 / 1600×1200 @15fps, 800×600 @30fps
Stands approximately one foot tall