Reviews and Problems with Canon ScanFront 220/220P
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great device for the office
5 June 2013
Summary: Easy to setup, hooked up and worked right the way. Easy to use with excellent scan quality. Although the user manual indicates that the user account set up can use active directory, I haven't tried it yet. But setting up individual user accounts for shared use is just as easy. Combined with RightFax, this is a great device for the office to replace the old fax machines.
Summary: The huge touch screen is very user friendly to work with. I had this setup on my home network in minutes, and it works great. Can't wait to try it out on a server based network. Fingerprint scanner works good. Over all scan quality is excellent, high DPI scans take some time, especially if you are doing duplex scanning, but results are VERY good. This is an excellent scanner, on the pricy side, but I think it was money well spent.
Summary: Comments about Canon ScanFront 220P Sheetfed Scanner: Very suited for those who need high-volume scanning. Can handle legal documents at a daily duty cycle of 1,000 pages per day at 600 dpi. With its true one-touch operation, just press the job button and walk away, knowing that the multi-page document will be delivered to the correct recipients automatically and with the correct scanning parameters.
Pros: Accurate Color, Easy Setup, Excellent Software, Good Bit Depth, Good Resolution
Summary: Comments about Canon ScanFront 220 Sheetfed Scanner: Easy to use; large touch screen; duplex scanning; choice of document formats; these are some of the pros of this wonderful scanner. A compact, user-friendly network scanner that can be used for a variety of document management tasks. You would need little technical expertise though for the preparatory work before you can start scanning.
Pros: Accurate Color, Duplex scanning, Easy Setup, Excellent Software, Good Resolution, Large TouchScreen
Summary: The Scanfront scanner is a great duplex scanner, but a bit expensive. It can operate alone without a PC running. The only bad point would be the maximum resolution which is 600 dpi and is in some case a bit low.