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Canon-canoscan-lide-35.857280
6.0 out of 10

Canon CanoScan LiDE 35

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Reviews and Problems with Canon CanoScan LiDE 35

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Five Stars

Morton W Jones, Amazon
9 October 2014
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It is serving it's perpose very well.

gerryleadsd, Ebay
8 April 2012
  • Summary: Why? I want to send old photo's in email and FB, I had a 3 in 1 before and it worked well, but it's in storage in a different state. Custer SD. It is serving it's purpose very well...
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Overall 10
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Great Scanner, Slim profile

carole257, Ebay
28 November 2009
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Canon CanoScan LiDE 35

marxbros-cincy, Ebay
8 January 2009
  • Summary: I needed a small profile scanner to send off to college. I had to be careful of the model since I run Mac Leopard 10.5 so I could get drivers since I purchased it used. This one is great. Runs on USB cable only, no power cord to mess with. Not the fastest on the block but certainly fast enough and scans are very good.
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Overall 10
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great

9113243@deleted, Ebay
29 October 2008
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Scan multiple photos at once - save hours

Amazon Customer, Amazon
6 January 2007
  • Summary: This is the second scanner I owned and it is much superior to the one that came before. Not only is the scanner aesthetically pleasing and relatively unobtrusive, it is powered via USB, which makes it one of the few doodads I own that doesn't require access to a wall socket. I hadn't had much use for the scanner until last week when my mom and I decided that the shoeboxes full of photos should be digitized and preserved.
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Overall 10
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Works quickly and efficiently

Amazon Customer, Amazon
26 September 2005
  • Summary: This scanner is just what I needed as a professor. I need to prepare class presentations and this scanner works quickly and effectively to scan the diagrams I need to have scanned. It is handy to use because it does not have a separate power supply to haul around. In fact I have one of these scanners at home and at school.
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Overall 10
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Great small scanner

Larry B, Amazon
12 August 2005
  • Summary: I bought my LIDE35 at Fry's Electronics for under $40. I needed a scanner in a hurry since my last Paperport had died. The LIDE35 installed and worked with no problems. The quality of my first scan was much better than any done with the Paperport. I bought this unit because it was cheap and small. It is compact enough to travel with a laptop. USB power means you don't have the weight, mess, and need for an outlet that a wallwart powered scanner has.
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Overall 10
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MAC OWNERS, BUY THIS SCANNER!

A. George, Amazon
11 July 2005
  • Summary: I was always told that HP scanners were the best. So for the post 13 years I have purchased nothing but HP scanners for my Macintoshes. Maybe 10 in all. I have always battled multitudes of incompatibiltity issues, poor performance, and very combersome scanning applications. Frustrated I purched the LiDE 35. This is how a scanner should work. The interfaces with Adobe software (and any other software) is exterely elegant, and the scans are great.
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P. Walker "Panzer Commander" is a retard...

Stoney Meyerhoeffer, Amazon
21 June 2005
  • Summary: I installed the software and plugged in the scanner and away I went. No problems on XP. Great convneient scanner at a great price. Awesome quality and good color. A little slow so don't buy it if you have a ton of stuff to scan...
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