Summary: Only has one USB cable which transports data and power. This scanner would be great if it was wireless, or net-workable, but there is a reason it's so cheap. It's kinda noisy, and feels a little too easy to break, but other than that it'll do the job it was intended to do.
Summary: We wanted an inexpensive scanner, and we got what we paid for. The scanner itself does a decent job of scanning images, but it isn't as quick as I'd like. It was easy to install, and it works every time we need it.
Pros: Light weight, and doesn't take up too much desk space. Quality isn't as great but its not that bad either.
Cons: The biggest issue I have with this scanner is that when it idles, it turns off. It might be good for people who turn their computers on and off but I leave my computer on all the time. After being idle, I have to unplug and replug the scanner which is a big pain in the rear.
Cons: too slow.. returned.. bought the canon lide 200.. much faster ... scan at 300 dpi (the document setting) for everything.. fast scan like my old hp scanjet.. box say 14 second scans vs 26? second scans for the lide 100. only about 10 dollars more. quality seems better
Summary: I bought this based off the reviews. Basically if you want a scanner for documents and basic photo scanning it is not horrible. I like that it has not power adapter that can easily get lost over the years of computer shuffling.
Summary: I think I should have bought the Epson that was today's Shell Shocker.
Pros: Compact, good, software, convenient buttons on front, good scan time, quiet, does what a scanner is supposed to do. Good scanner for the price. Can't comment that much on color accuracy as I haven't really gone there yet.
Cons: Why, but why does it scan everything upside down?? You either have to insert the document upside down, or flip it in Acrobat Reader or image viewer after the fact. I do not get it. I am tempted to make references to druhgs (why is this word not allowed?) but I am pretty sure that's not the case. ...