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Canon-canoscan-lide-100.33287302
7.5 out of 10

Canon CanoScan LiDE 100

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Canon CanoScan Lide 100 Flatbed Scanner

jhunie, ReviewStream
25 July 2014
  • Excerpt: I have wished for a scanner ever since I started venting my frustrations in life thru blogging online. I call it my journal. As my therapy, I get to post all my inspirations and ramblings about makeup.
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Overall 10
10

Great value, highly recommended

KaBe, Amazon
1 April 2014
  • Summary: i have had this scanner for over 5 years now, it still works fine. I have never had any serious issue with it. When i was using WinXP i had to download drivers ( or use the scanner's CD) - this gave me full functionality (could use the buttons on the front). Now, with Win7 the drivers are automatically downloaded but i don't get functionality through the front buttons. This is the only problem that i have had. Nowadays i just use the devices & printers option to scan.
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Overall 10
10

wonderful product

syedmansoorizvi2012, Ebay
8 May 2013
Overall 6
6.0

A scanner that gives excellent quality images, but only for "flat" documents

jamesat, epinions.com
1 March 2011
  • Summary: You can have quality images only for documents touching the platen. It is not recommended for documents with irregular/inclined surfaces, because it will render the elevated areas blurred.
  • Pros: -Scans documents in very high resolution (up to 600 dpi) -Automatic detection of multiple documents
  • Cons: -Renders blurred images for inclined documents -Automatic detection of documents is sometimes inaccurate
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Overall 10
10

Excellent photo scanner!

J. Mims "J. Mims", Amazon
25 December 2010
  • Summary: I got this scanner as a gift to scan old photos. It is fantastic for scanning old photos. Simply drop the 4 photos on the glass (no need to line them up, get them straight, etc.). Push a button, and the scanner scans the photos, straightens them up and separates them. I don't use the editing software so I can't comment on that, but this is a great scanner for a Mac user.
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Overall 8
8.0

Good Macintosh compatibility

Robert T. Bowers, Amazon
25 December 2010
  • Summary: In the past, I've been very critical of Canon's incredibly lame support for providing updated drivers for the Macintosh. As such, I was really hesitant about buying another Canon scanner. But, I was assured that this scanner would work seamlessly with the Image Capture application in Mac OS X (10.6, Snow Leopard), without having to install any drivers whatsoever. So I tried it. And it works just fine.
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Overall 8
8.0

Maybe not professional, but good enough.

J. Brown, Amazon
25 December 2010
  • Summary: The overall impression I have of this product is a favorable one. It doesn't scan with blinding speed, but it's been several years since I owned a scanner. I'm not familiar with what they can do or how fast they scan. But the scans seem very clear, I love the option to scan several photos at once. A real time saver. Very lightweight and portable, only a usb cable to hook up. Don't see a need to buy another one for any reason.
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Overall 10
10

CanoScan LiDE is gr8

brenwaltt, Ebay
6 November 2010
Overall 10
10

Great Scanner

jimbocols, Ebay
12 September 2010
  • Summary: Very easy to set up. It was hooked up and operational in less then 5 minutes. Produces quality scans as well. Scans into my various applicatios effortlessly. I am very happy that I purchased this Scanner.
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Overall 8
8.0

Scanner great; driver useless.

Birck, Amazon
11 September 2010
  • Summary: I got this scanner as a lightweight, no-frills portable for when I have to take work to the beach, like a Harmony Sovereign guitar. And for the price, it works beautifully and does exactly what I need. The only reason I can say that, however, is because I use Vuescan, an independent, all-purpose scanning software. The Canoscan driver, "MP Navigator X", can't cut it.
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