Reviews and Problems with Canon ScanFront 220/220P
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Canon ScanFGront 220P
Omid M., Newegg
24 January 2011
Summary: Newegg as usual delivered this within less than 48 hours. I purchased it for home/home office use. really designed for enterprise office use. It basically tries to make scanning similar to faxing.
Pros: Small, Networked and well thought out design. Mac/Linux compatible. Fast. Good quality. Saves trees, paper storage problems. Password protects scanned PDF files on the fly.
Cons: Pricey, touch interface is a tad slow but I find that problem with anything touch screen save my iPhone/iPad. Interface seems a bit dated. Comes with PS2 mouse and keyboard ports, but who is using those these days. I had no luck installing whatever software wizard canon had for configuring the sc...
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.
Pros: Accurate Color, Duplex scanning, Easy Setup, Excellent Software, Good Resolution, Large TouchScreen
Pros: Don't need a computer to run this scanner. Big LCD screen. After reading documentation the UI is pretty user friendly. Fast scanning! I've just setup a shared folder on our network and it saves the scanned file to the folder.
Cons: Sometimes irritating paper jams or paper won't be feed properly. We'll see in the coming weeks how she performs...
Pros: For businesses that want to be more productive and shuffle less paper, this is the way to be. We own several of these now and they are lifesavers. These things handle color scans, b & w, letter, legal, duplex, they will even scan a business card if you want. Active Directory authentication or you...
Cons: Get a stylus for it or the screen gets pretty smudged up. Occasional issue with biometric reading incorrectly. Canon is looking into it.