Summary: The Scansnap scanner is very handy, small and does the job. It is easy to use but: - The paper stack holder is badly designed making it easy for sheets to get crushed or go misguided. - It could be designed to hold more than 10 sheets. I would say 25-30 (or more) would be perfect. - It is not as quick as it should be Overall I am happy with it and would buy it again, but Fujitsu could easily resolve those 3 issues and offer the market a great scanner.
Summary: I have been using the Visioneer scanners since the days when the scanner was incorporated into the keyboard. I have over 100,000 scanned documents from Visioneer on my computer. Suffice it to say, I am a document scanning expert. So when the old Visioneer gave up the ghost, I started looking for a replacement. The Scan Snap S300 got good reviews, and so it has been sitting on my desk for 575 scans - still a way to go to match the Visoneer series.
Summary: After approximately 2,000 scans, I think I have a good handle on the pro's and con's: Pro's: small footprint, easy setup, intuitive controls, duplex (scans both sides), saves scans as PDF files, straightens out scans that feed crooked, OCR permits searching of your scans. Con's: document has to be carefully fed or won't scan, the software freezes frequently (the remedy is to unplug the scanner for a few seconds and then reconnect), the searchable PDF requires purchasing...
Summary: Ich habe den Scanner erst seit 2 Tagen in Betrieb. Der Scanner ist ideal für den mobilen Einsatz aufgrund seiner Größe und seines geringen Gewichts. Mit Strom versorgt wird das Gerät entweder mit einer eigenem Stromkabel oder über den USB-Anschluß des Rechners (Notebooks). Das entsprechende Kabel ist im Lieferumfang enthalten. Zur Datenübertragung ist ein weiteres USB-Kabel dabei.