Excerpt: We bought two of these (Card Scan 62) for a couple of guys in our office. They work great. We previously had an earler model (card Scan 60) that worked well for years until we upgraged from Windows XP to Windows7/Microsoft Office 2013 and needed to update these to be compatible.
Excerpt: I inherited a CardScan 700c when I began working at my company in 2012. It finally stopped working last month. I got this one based on my previous experience and the reviews. It did not disappoint. It is quieter, scans quicker, and is more accurate than the old 700c.
Summary: We bought this product a few weeks ago to digitize business cards and the price ($20) wasn't bad for what it is. I read most the reviews (as I usually do) and decided to try it anyway, again $20 isn't that bad to try.
Summary: I wish that I could could praise this unit but, I cannot. When it scans, often it stretches the image because it scans too slowly. The OCR function is poor, maybe because the scans are so poor, but you have to edit almost every field of data that is scanned.
Summary: This company will take your money and ask for more and more if you need support or to download a driver or a driver for a new PC--"Money blackhole." There US Website only supports their latest products directly. All others must use Google.
Summary: You offer this v8 version of your product but neglect to tell people the hardware you are shipping with the software is not compatibile for the newer operating systems. Yeah you can upgrade but forget scanning anything unless you purchase your $300.00 scanner.