Summary: Had a previous version that stopped working, thus the need to save time at checkin getting health insurance cards into the record.. this little thing even duplexes.. saves photocopying each side of the card then scanning that sheet into the record.. So I save on office personnel as well as copy paper and toner..
Summary: The Ambir scanner has worked out very well for our business needs. Installation was quick and easy, along with the operation of the scanner. This is actually our second Ambir scanner that we have purchased and are quite happy with them both.
Summary: I selected this scanner for use at our 5 clinics and they have been workhorses. Not one has failed in 2 years. The software can glitch out from time to time (what software doesn't?), so we just force close and restart. Otherwise, we were able to make this work quite nicely for us. I LOVE the duplex scan, the ability to assign a default folder to send images to, and the ability to define the size of the image (as in an ID card).
Summary: The scanner is fine and does a good job. The software the comes with it is second-rate at best. Duplex requires their software. If you scan to pdf, it saves as both jpg and pdf, so you have to clean it up later.
Summary: I bought this for duplex scanning of insurance cards. The calibration sheet was too big and I had to cut it down to size. The duplex only works only if you use Ambir's program - which didn't register with XP as a default scanner. Ambir's program worked but didn't seem well integrated with the OS. Also the Duplex scan produced two files (one for front, one for back) - I wanted a single file with front and back!