If you’ve jumped on the ebook bandwagon, then there’s one problem that you’ve likely encountered. How does one get digital copies of books that they already own? After all, I have no intention of dropping money on a copy of a book that I already purchased once. One option is to go the shady route and attempt to pirate the book, which� you might want to refrain from doing for legal reasons. The other is to scan a copy of the book yourself.
Scanning an entire book is not something that would be very fun to do. Thankfully Ion Audio has a solution. The Ion Book Saver allows you to scan any book you own, with relative ease. A sheet of glass comes down to flatten out the pages, and a pair of cameras take pictures of each page. The biggest drawback is that you have to sit there and manually turn each page. The $190 price tag might be something of a deterrent as well.