Love to review it, but got from The EKlectic Shop LLC
17 August 2013
Summary: Guess you get what you pay for. Silly enough to buy from a place that doesn't bother to check anything and wouldn't refund the money and couldn't replace it. If you do get one *check the contents carefully immediately*! Don't wait!
Summary: I used it to scan in old B&W family/personal snapshots so I could email them to other family members and post on Facebook. It took several attempts to figure out how to use it for that, but ultimately it was successful. If I had to do it over again, I'd scan only ONE photo on each page, so that it would be easier to label them individually, but otherwise, they would just by lying around, unseen, in a manila envelope.
Summary: I bought this years ago, I notice other reviewers dated 2007, I've had my at least that long. I bought it to replace my first scanner which didn't last as long as this. I bought it in Circuit City, it was the least expensive by far. The saying goes, you get what you pay for, but not in this case. I've loved this scanner from the start. I like it's sleek skinny size, much smaller than the old one.
Summary: I have a habit of selecting like products and choosing the very cheapest one, sometimes it's a bust. This scanner was brand new, opened box, cheap and great. i fully recommend this company whole heatedly. That is all I am going to say.
Summary: The Canon CanoScan LiDE20 Flatbed Scanner is a light weight, easy to use scanner. It's great to use it as a portable scanner to take to the clients home to scan their photos into my laptop for restoration. The only bad thing is that it's only compatible with a 32 Bit System...and not a 64 bit. That's fine with me though because my laptop is an older one.
Summary: This scanner is small, sleek and attractive. It comes with a stand that holds the scanner upright on its side, if one chooses to use it. Photo scans are vivid and accurate in color. It does not have a transparency adapter or a feeder. I installed the software in Windows XP and the USB scanner in a matter of minutes. It doesn't require an AC power cord. It is powered by the USB port on the computer.