Digital Ice is built in to the scanner. It also comes with a copy of Silverfast SE, and all the film holders.
These are the general specs:
Scanner type Flatbed color
Photoelectric device Color CCD line sensor
Effective pixels 40,800 × 56,160 pixels
Document size Reflective: 216 × 297 mm (8.5 × 11.7 inches) A4 or US letter size
Transparent: 203.2 × 254 mm (8 × 10 inches) (four 35 mm film strips <6 frames each>, twelve 35 mm slides, two medium format 6 × 20 cm film frames or two 4 × 5 inch film frames)
Scanning resolution 4800 dpi (main scan: optical resolution by 6 line CCD with 122,400 pixels) 6400 dpi (main scan: optical resolution by 6 line CCD with 113,280 pixels) 9600 dpi with Micro Step
Output resolution 25 to 12,800 dpi (1 dpi steps)
Scanning speed Approximately 12.3 msec per line at 4800 dpi Approximately 3.1 msec per line at 600 dpi
Image data 16 bits per pixel per color internal 16 bits per pixel per color external (maximum)
Interface One USB 2.0 port and one IEEE 1394/FireWire port
Light source White cold cathode fluorescent lamp IR LED
I read a review, but don't recall where, that stated that the actual performance of the scanner was less than these specs state, ang gave a real equivilent of a 7 MP image. I have not tries slide scans yet, so I cannot comment as to the accuracy of that statement. Other reviews were more favorable.
You will note I misquoted some of the specs from memory as you can scan twice the number of slides at once than I had said.