HPI Brings Hope with S1220

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HPI International a worldwide leader in the distribution of brand name electronics has recently partnered with Kodak to offer the S1220 photo scanning system. The purpose of this release is to let the community and our customers know that the product has great features and it also has social relevance as the product can now be used to offer people with disabilities job training.

HPI International, worldwide leader in the distribution of innovative electronics has recently teamed up with Kodak to offer the S1220 Photo Scanning System. The S1220 has the ability to digitize old photos, postcards, and documents so they can be shared by email, displayed, printed, and output to digital media within a matter of seconds.

What makes the S1220 such a success is its operational process. Those working the machine simply put in a stack of photos in the S1220 regardless of size, and within a minute they are converted to digital media. With Kodak's easy to use photo touch up software any image can be easily altered.

At a recent demo at the Steven Baer Memorial Fund, a non-profit charity, that helps kid with Autism. HPI employees demoed the S1220 system for his kids so they could learn to operate the system for future job training. Baer was thrilled with the product and hopes that its continued success can gain kids at the Baer Memorial fund future jobs. "I thought the S1220 was a great machine that functions well, said Baer it's uncomplicated and I love how it easily scans photos of different size and bulk it is very affordable against larger machines, and its applications make it simple enough for my kids to use".

As HPI and Kodak plan to continuously push the S1220 it's a product in a class all by itself. One that is innovative and making a difference by providing employment to those that many would think have no chance.

For more details on the Kodak S1220 Photo system visit http://www.hpi.com or contact HPI International at 1-800-235-1002.

For more details on the Steven Baer Memorial Fund email dsrjb123@aol.com


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