Summary: I use this scanner via USB through a hub to my computer. I cannot speak to the wireless model.
Pros: I bought this scanner from Newegg in 2009. At last count, I had 158,000 sheets scanned. Since it scans in duplex, I estimate I've done about 250,000 pages of materials, since I run about 2 fronts to every 1 back. I have replaced the rollers once, which is less than Fujitu's recommended replacemen...
Cons: When I bought the scanner, the reviews included a parade of horribles regarding paper jams and its paper handling. I found them unwarranted. There is a bit of a trick to loading the paper: pushing the paper hard into the machine will almost guarantee a jam. A light touch on the load, however, and...
Summary: I previously posted review this evening with a con but it has been resolved and wish that review deleted and use this instead ... I somehow got the wrong adapter plugged in and an error. dumb me.
Cons: after 4 years I unplugged to move and when replugged gives error and won't work and lights up orange. need to know how to contact fujitsu for help. Is newer than another one and that one still works.
Excerpt: I love this machine! I originally bought it to digitize my book collection (I recently retired and will be moving into a travel trailer: there is no way I'm giving up my books but there is no way I'm going to have room for them all).
Summary: Even though you can't scan directly to a network drive, we've got around that limitation by creating local symlinks to network drives that the scanner will then happily scan to.
Pros: Very fast, double-sided scans. Simple to operate. Plethora of features in the included software such as ability to create searchable PDFs.
Cons: Not designed for a corporate networked environment (although we've done a little hackery and used it in such an environment). Not a TWAIN compatible scanner, but a lot of what this scanner is good at is because of how it's included software processes the documents.