Summary: We have used this keyboard/scanner for several years. One of the legs that supports the keybiard broke off. I called technical support and they were very helpful. They shipped out new legs at no charge.
Summary: I purchased my KeyScan keyboard/scanner in August 2011 and have been using it almost continuously. As many others have said, for important documents and receipts, it's a very convenient device that permits you to quickly make a PDF document and store it in your computer.
Summary: I work in IT and I simply could not get this thing to work. Problems encountered: * Software errors on install * Failed calibration * Crude looking software * Support site is email only I tried installation several different ways on XP and Win7 machines and never got to the point where I could scan...
Marginal at best, but may serve the purpose for some occasional users.
25 May 2014
Summary: I've been using this in my small business for several years. It has a lot quirks (I've lived with them) and if I need to scan multiple pages fast or need really good quality I resort to my wonderful ScanSnap, duplex scanner. Paper jams, loud squeaks come and go off and on.
Summary: Many similar items out there but this one beat them on price and reliability. Only drawback is that it only scans one page at a time. Would have rated 5 stars if you could save multiple pages at time.
Summary: I have used the Keyscan Keyboard Scanner for the past 4 or 5 years. I purchased a second unit to use at work. While it is not built for speed and heavy-duty scanning, it is quite convenient for scanning papers at my desk. The customer service has always been very helpful with any questions I've had.
Pillsbury biscuits can only aspire to this level of flakiness
R. Jensen, Amazon
2 September 2013
Summary: Edited to add 2/4/2014: 7 out of 10 scanners are no longer working. Folks, we scanned 5-10 pages per scanner per day. This is "light duty" by most standards. These flimsy units just do NOT hold up in an office environment.