Summary: I have a Mac computer, which I used to archive scanned documents. Although it works with a Mac computer very well, it uses proprietary drivers, which are incompatible with many archiving programs.
Summary: To be fair, I use this as a work scanner, primarily. When I came to the company I work for now, there was a large amount of legacy documentation that was contained in binders that I wanted to add to searchable PDFs for client download. Makes sense, right?
Summary: I have both the Mac and Win version of this scanner. As of 11-05-09 there is still no driver for Mac OS 10.6. This is critical since major functionality is compromised. Fujitsu's advice: "Reinstall OS 10.5." Incredible. As of this same date there is still no driver for Win7 either.
Summary: A fast document scanner like this one can be a huge help in organizing your life. Six months ago, the S510 was about the only game in town for a reasonable price. Now, there may be better options, especially for rather heavy-duty users like me.
Summary: For the price of the product, and the advertised speeds and functions, you'd think all of your printed material could be fed into this scanner. You'd be wrong. Snapshots will jam in this device. You are locked into Fujitsu's software for scanning.
Great document scanner except for feeding problems
E. Hudson, Amazon
10 December 2007
Summary: I just set up and tried out this scanner yesterday. I was pleasantly surprised first by it's small size. Then by the speed and ease of use. It is capable of double side, color scanning with OCR. I scanned a couple stacks of bills in color. It was very fast.