Summary: I love this thing! I have 15 milk crates full of notebooks of old BW 35 and 120 negatives. I've been uploading images I forgot I'd even taken. As a professional artist working in mixed media this little machine has sparked my imagination and given me fodder for countless new works of art.
Summary: When I found this on clearance for $80 in an office store several years ago, I excitedly looked it up online to be sure it was listed as working with Linux, then got it. Unfortunately, unlike everything else I've used in Linux, the G3110 performed abysmally.
Summary: This works pretty good with a Computer running XP, but not very well if you have a newer computer running 7. Why this is, I don't know. HP ought to fix it! You may wind up spending hours with tech support with no real fix. I expect a scanner to do two things: 1. scan docs into .pdf, and 2.
Summary: Some people might say, "WHOA! That's a lot of money to pay for a scanner!" But I say to those people, "Do the math!" At $4,316,585.28 for an incredible 4800 x 9600 dpi resolution, you're paying pennies per pixel.
Summary: Given the price-tag, you can see why there are only two left in stock. For those of us who don't have twenty or thirty million for a new scanner, this little econo model easily competes with the big boys, delivering smooth, readable reproductions in mere seconds. Not only that, it prints in color!
Summary: How could an old ScanJet be worth over $4 million? I say this device is cheap at any cost! Scan for truth. Scan for beauty. Scan and all becomes clear. At the mere push of a button (and maybe a little despeckling), your snapshots answer humanity's deepest questions.