Summary: extremely fast scanner perfect quality , perfect size for the table , high pixel size , extremely well and clear scanning , easy to use , and I really love it and recommend it for who look for such specifications many thanks to CANON Co Mnay thanks to Amazon
Summary: Everyone who watches this thing marvels. The sheets fly out the bottom at more than one a second (I'm guessing) and a pdf appears on your computer as soon as the input tray empties. Our unit had a subtle defect and the company fed-exed a replacement overnight. Really good software, too. Highly, highly recommended!
Summary: I was tasked with scanning around 4000 family photos, so I bought the Canon DR-M160 after getting disappointing results with a $400 scanner called the Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50. The Epson unit had trouble scanning a stack of photos of varying sizes, with some not being fed correctly, and the resultant scans would be quite skewed. Even worse, most of the leading edges of the photos would not be picked up at the imager and were cropped off.
Summary: This scanner is perfect at your desk for small and medium sized scanning jobs. We tried it at one of our workstations and were so impressed that we purchased additional ones. It's an easy install and works with Canon's provided software and other pdf software (acrobat, for example). It also has 2 sided scanning capabilities.
Summary: This scanner was a little pricey, but well worth it. It scans in black/white and color quickly and gives you the option of the format in which you would like to save your file. It also can scan the exact size of any picture without saving the white space. Love it!
Summary: I've had this scanner for almost a week now and I'm happy. I've used the Fujitsu Scansnap scanner before and I liked that one also, but this one seems to have a better grasp on the mechanics needed to prevent jamming and other issues that I've experienced with the scansnap. I don't love the software interface and blank pages are not always detected, but that seems relatively trivial in the grand scheme of things.