Reviews and Problems with Fujitsu ScanSnap fi-5110EOX2
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Good luck scanning more than one document
K. Amberg, Amazon
30 June 2013
Summary: This is a very fickle scanner. You can scan one or two documents fine but if you have three or more you will have to feed them individually and half the time they will go in crooked and ruin your document. If you have the money, I would suggest a different scanner.
Summary: I have been used to using flat bed scanners with ADF attachments from HP that scanned about 4-5 pages a minute. While I have scanned a lot of material, it is a time consuming process leaving much to be desired.
Summary: The Fujitsu ScanSnap 5110EOX2 is very good desktop scanner. The small footprint is excellent for workstations with a limited amount of surface area. Setup is simple (especially compared to Visioneer) but a bit time consuming due to Fujitsu's large native programs that come with the scanner.
Unreliable Fujitsu Drivers - No TWAIN drivers - Awful
Mark Early, Amazon
20 January 2008
Summary: I have owned this unreliable piece of equipment for 2+ years and made the mistake of recommending it to friends after I got it, not smart on my part. It is inexcusable of Fujitsu to not provide industry standard TWAIN drivers. This should have been my first clue.
Summary: Comments about Fujitsu ScanSnap fi-5110EOX2: This product is the best scanner I ever used. My need is to scan and organise documents at work and home to avoid bulks and bulks of paperwork. Apart from very important papers like taxes, Insurance etc, I scan the rest and shred them away.
Pros: Adobe PDF 70 is free, Any size less than legal, FASTEST ever, No confusing installation, Receipts scan so good, Scans both sides FAST, Small file size afterscan, Very small size easycarry
Summary: Now I use every excuse I get to scan my documents, receipts, anything I want a copy of into this little machine and it scans it efficiently and in good quality. It is by far one of my favorite peripherals. It duplex copies, it recognizes empty pages and deletes them..
Summary: I bought this after reading very strong reviews, but I confess I'm strongly disappointed in the software that comes with the program. Not Adobe, but the ScanSnap software that stands between the machine and Adobe. This software has a strangely DOS or Windows 3.1 feel to it.