Summary: This is the best thing since sliced bread - seriously. It is fast, feeds well generally, and doesn't require annoying cropping, etc., like so many scanners/scanning programs. My former scanners all required that - selecting the "area" of what the scanner "saw.
Summary: This small footprint, relatively inexpensive scanner is faster than any of the 'all-in-one" scanners in use in many small offices. 30 sheets per minute seems very fast. The scan quality is excellent.
Summary: I love this scanner. The only problem is I can't figure out how to scan a document and convert the pdf to a Word document, which I know I should be able to do. Of course, when I contact the software people, they say contact Fujitsu--well, you know where this is going.
Summary: Since I gave up on becoming paperless, I thought this scanner would enable me to have access to the mountains of paper we generate in out business when I'm out in the field. The scanner works better than I had hoped. It's fast and it simply works.
Summary: I am one of those people who keeps every scrap of paper for fear that I will need something later. That receipt for the shirt I bought 5 years ago? Yep, got it. All my notebooks from college? Yep, got those too. Every bank statement, 401(k) form, and electric bill I've ever received?
Summary: I'm a proud new owner of a ScanSnap S1500M. I've owned many flatbed scanners and a multifunction device with a scanner, and I have to say the ScanSnap is among the best. Like most people, I've been digitizing my documents to reduce clutter.
Summary: This is a very good scanner, particularly since there are so few good options for Mac users. It is quick and reliable, and the Automatic Doc Feeder works smoothly and rarely skips a page or jams or picks up two pages at once.