Summary: While this scanner did a good job at scanning, I think it has a design flaw. About every 4 - 5 times I open and close the lid, the connector in the back wiggles out and I have to plug it back in. When scanning 100's of pictures, this has become to annoying. I'm returning it.
Summary: I used one of these at work and had no trouble with it. Bought one for home and am having trouble using it with Vista and windows 8. It would only load on our windows7 and that is not what we wanted. I may send it back.
Summary: Even though the specs on this scanner sound pretty good, for some reason the scans come out looking like spit. Absolutely horrible. The only reason I gave 2 stars is b/c the price was pretty low on it.
Summary: This is the 5th HP scanner or all in one device that I have had. I still have the others or they were working when I gave them away. The G3110 is terrible. It is hard to install. Even with the updated software I could not get it to install to one computer.
Excerpt: The scanner was to be used to image checks and documents for my homeowners association of 134 homes. It was too slow for the volume of scanneing that I would be doing. It also did not work in Photoshop, the twain dirver froze the application. I had to return the scanner.
Summary: This scanner has only a 90-day warranty. So does the 4010. I wouldn't even consider them. The only HP home scanner with a 1-year warranty is the 4050. The Canon scanners also have a 1-year warranty, and I'm leaning toward the 5600.
Summary: Must represent value for money; does an all-round/general job ADEQUATELY; if you're attentive to detail and have a demanding application you want it to meet then TALK to users with your own shortlist - don't rely on a review to make a decision but merely accept it as INFLUENTIAL; do look at the...
Summary: I purchased the HP Scanjet G3110 specifically to digitise slides and 35 mm negatives because the description indicated a high quality output. Having tried all the variables for scanning all the results from a range of slides and negatives had the same problem, a fuzzy "soft focus" effect, none were...