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  • IRISNotes Executive 2 review

    The IRISNotes Executive 2 is another attempt to digitise human handwriting for use by a computer, using a special pen and a USB receiver module.

    £149 inc VAT

    Score - 7 out of 10

  • IRIS Readiris Pro 14 review

    IRIS Readiris Pro 14 is the latest version of the specialist optical character recognition (OCR) software, for converting scanned documents into text documents.

    £99 inc VAT

    Score - 8 out of 10

  • IRIS IRIScan Pro 3 Office review

    The IRIS IRIScan Pro 3 is a portable scanner with great optical character (OCR) recognition tools, but its speed and image quality are limited.

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