Summary: This product doesn't last very long, especially for heavy-duty scanning. This is because the bar of the scanner would eventually get stuck a quarter of the way, even when the gear is unlocked.
Summary: Purchased this here, used, for $35 plus shipping. Price seemed lucky. I just wanted a thin, lightweight flatbed for occasional home use, like one I had long ago. I had my fingers crossed because at Canon support the new drivers for Windows 7 LOOK like they are only meant for 64-bit, but I guess they...
Summary: This is my second LiDE90 to be used on a second desktop system. The unit is easy to set up and provides excellent quality scans, including photos. The software could be a little more robust, but still performs all the essential functions well.
Janessa Lundy "Artistic Technology Movie Fan", Amazon
28 October 2012
Summary: This scans in items/pictures very clearly. The resolution is good and best of all no external power adapter needed! One less plug to clutter up my office space. This is your basic notebook paper sized scanner and does well for what it's intended for.
Summary: My wife is visually impaired (blind) and uses this particular scanner to read books and other printed material. She uses a program that scans and converts text so that it can be read by someone who is visually impaired.
Summary: I bought this as an upgrade to my LiDE 50 a bit grumpily because Canon did not issue a driver for Windows 7, 64 bit and I couldn't get any of the suggested work-arounds on various sites to work either.