600 dpi - White - Scanners
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Wed Nov 03 00:00:00 MDT 2010billjm Rating:5.0
There is no better or faster way to deal with large documents. A dedicated scanner is the way to go. Obviously the sticker shock is a bit much - but think about it - how much faster are you when you deal with digital documents than with paper?? The savings add up, and this item is definitely worth it.
Fri Nov 30 00:00:00 MST 2012cgob1 Rating:4.0
This is the third scanner purchased. This unit feeds smoothly with great resolution.
Sun Apr 03 00:00:00 MDT 2011dropaque1 Rating:2.0
After receiving the HP Scanjet 1000, and loading in all the software 4 disks, 1 driver, and 3 different aplication softwares. Found out that it wasn't preforming as advertised. there spec sheet on verstock.com as well as spec sheet downloadable from HP was in error. I purchased it for the boasted scan size of 8.5 x 34. I was unable to get this and thought I was missing a twain driver. I called Overstoc.com support and was on the phone for about 45 minutes, no resolution here, even though the Tech left no stone unturned. I called Hp, after 5 times calling and getting switched to another department that was the incorrect one, because no one could find or didnt work on this scanner. Reached a tech support person who helped me find out that they didnt have an answer based on all the support avail to him. He escalated the case. 2 days later i got a call and email saying that I should be happy to know that they are going to correct there software specs to 8.5 x 14. Yes I was just thrilled. I will now go back and read all the spec sheets for the 10 plus HP devices I have to see if they are correct. What a waste of time, I spent an hour and 1/2 working with HP techs. On a lighter note, the Scanner can work right off usb port no addl power needed. It is very lightweight and comes with carring case. scans well if you change the default dpi, and use the automatic settings for image correction. If you scan an image longer than 14 inches, it will stop scan function till you close out software then reload. Says paper jam or some other lame excuse but will not let you reset till you close everything out. If you don't need to rely on HP specs , then it works well.
Thu May 31 00:00:00 MDT 2012mddsfrompedro Rating:5.0
Great little scanner, fast , easy, can choose options with a touch of the button. It's really a space saver too. Can scan anything from paper to cards.
Wed Dec 29 00:00:00 MST 2010kittenmfs Rating:5.0
This Scanner is great! I am having so much fun scanning photos and documents. It is very easy to setup and operate. I have old black and white pictures of my mother and father and it's the only copy left. Well now thanks to VividScan, I am able to save copies of these photos on my SD card and view or print them online. Also, I received a 4GB SD card with my scanner. This is a great buy, thank you Overstock,
Mon Mar 03 00:00:00 MST 2014hanntheman Rating:3.0
I purchased the ScanSnap because I read positive reviews about it online. I have been very disappointed with paper jams, crooked scans, etc. I wish I would have gotten a bigger, better scanner. It would have been worth the extra dollars to help me get things done in a timely fashion. If I could return it, I probably would. It has been a disappointment.
Thu Jul 17 00:00:00 MDT 2014cr4zyd Rating:3.0
Not all that pleased with this one, the cost of the device comes with the expectation that you get something without major downsides. I can list some glaring ones. For starters, I have to restart my PC to get the software to recognize the scanner after being idle. This is incredibly inconvenient and a terrible failure on Fujitsu's part. This is with all the troubleshooting they recommend, which boils down to trying different USB ports, and reinstalling the software. A lot of the time documents get misaligned (Receipts in particular) and do not feed correctly, entering the scanner straight and falling into an angle. While the scanner software does correct and straighten documents scanned crooked, it only detects documents coming through the center of the feed tray and stops a scan prematurely if the receipt has fallen out of that sensors view. Keeping the document or receipt straight in the feed tray is very difficult, even with the guides. When feeding a document 14 inches or longer, the scanner quits scanning at the 14 inch mark and feeds the rest of the paper. The best fix I can come up with is tearing the original document to make two pages for one, and this makes the resulting PDF very confusing when the document contains print on both sides. Overall though, it is a huge improvement over your basic all-in-one printer. The thing that bugs me is that I paid this extraordinary price for a device that requires a lot of coddling. Will not purchase a Fujitsu next time!
Tue Oct 25 00:00:00 MDT 2011tmccone Rating:5.0
The obvious advantage of the 4800 is its well designed approach to scanning book pages: Having the scanner glass come to the edge of the unit so that scanning pages without any hint of a binder shadow is simply part of the design is a great idea. Of course, providing the scanner with the ability to scan high resolutions quickly is equally important to the often arduous task of transforming book chapters into Portable Document Files and this scanner provides plenty of speed for that part of the job as well. The inclusion of "Book Pavillion" software to scan multiple pages into a single PDF adds simplicity and speed to the process and automates certain functions such as delimiting the scan area to the book page size automatically, allowing for color, gray scale, and black and white scans on the fly, and making provision for rotating pages to a common orientation before generating the final PDF. The software can even automatically rotate odd or even scans to produce a uniform orientation without user intervention. The result is that scan jobs are done quickly and yield a final document the quality of which can only be considered exceptional.
Thu Apr 12 00:00:00 MDT 2012geekymomma Rating:1.0
As previous poster stated the scanner will not scan a document longer than 14". It will error out and give you a paper jam code, so there is no way to even scan the 14" of the document then scan the other side and paste. HP customer support was less than helpful. I was told they would look into changing the spec sheets and talking to their retail partners. After a year it is still being sold on many retailer sites as scanning up to 34". If you scan receipts, you are bound to scan one that is longer than 14"
Wed Mar 20 00:00:00 MDT 2013ljay01 Rating:3.0
I purchased this scanner to capture well over 500 business cards that needed to be entered into my contact list. What I found was that most of the cards were read ok there were too many that were unreadable. This required much manual intervention to correctly capture the contact information which I was hoping to avoid. Did this device and siftware work? Yes - but not as well as anticipated. Would I recommend this device? I am not sure as I purchased this on other reviews and ratings and maybe there are better devices available.
Tue Feb 18 00:00:00 MST 2014april2014 Rating:5.0
Easy to use Fast Operates as indicated Very forgiving of paper size and quality.
Fri Mar 14 00:00:00 MDT 2014billpenrod Rating:4.0
Still learning how to use it. So far it working Great, and fast. Having a little problem finding scanned items, I'm sure it's user error.
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