Summary: I bought the HP Scanjet 4670 six months ago in June, 2004 and have been very satisfied with it. In fact, I just tested the 35mm adapter and was delighted, even though I have a separate special 35mm slide and negative scanner. I will recommend this one which sures double duty.
Summary: HP has a winning product with this scanner in my book. Not only is it beautiful to look at, takes up less valuable desktop real estate, but it produces beautiful scans- quickly. I needed a machine that could scan pages from books and old manuscripts without damaging them.
Summary: In spite of the negative publicity with the "banding" issues other consumers have experienced, I really wanted to try this unit for a number of reasons, including the small footprint and the unique versatility of the scanner. I'm running a Macintosh Powerbook with the latest system OS 10.3.7.
Summary: I work in the editorial department of a magazine. I constantly scan text, as well as photos. This little scanner has held up tremendously. I have never had a problem with it -- since day one --- and I've had it about a year (when they first came available).
Summary: I've had this model for over a year, and hasn't failed once. It looks great on an office desk, it doesn't take up much space, and offers a lot of flexibility when scanning. It's much more convenient to scan book pages with this one.
Summary: I just love this scanner. Not only does it work well for documents as well as slides and negatives, it has a very small footprint on the desk and looks so Slick! I read the other reviews about stripes/banding on scans.
Summary: This scanner I've found turned out to work much better than expected. I needed a replacement when I put my printer/scanner on a network interface and lost it's scanning abilities. I gave this one a try, because of the small space it takes up.
HP 4670, A Great Machine that takes up very little space
28 September 2004
Summary: I purchased this machine due to the fact that it takes up so much less room than a flatbed. I hoped it would be as good of quality as the flatbeds that HP produces. Boy was I wrong, It is even better.