Good for occasional one-at-a-time manual scanning to JPEG
Paul D Ford, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Paid $55 dollars, and for the money, it works as advertised. You have to manually feed page by page, clicking the scan button each time. About 5 percent of the time the paper will misfeed and you have to do again. The scans are JPEGs and the quality is fine. Moving the SD card from the scanner to the PC is simple enough. I originally bought the scanner to feed written notes into OneNote.
Summary: I purchased this document scanner for my mother to help her with genealogy research. We have family all over the place it seems and whenever my mother would go visit a relative somewhere to find more info for the family tree she would try to take pictures OF a picture so she could include it on ancestry.com. I finally got her this thing so she could just scan the pictures and they turn out a whole lot better!
Summary: attention! u will need to guide the 8x11 paper or by itself it gets jammed or delayed or caught and it disrupts the scanning process, so the end result is a warped scan..also, it doesn't recognized thin receipts or size other than 8x11 paper..it kept showing insert paper when the paper is already in the feed slot..i haven't use to scan pictures yet..handy n portable, I guess good enough..
Summary: It is convenient. small, decently built. Scans good, fast but only one document at a time and no dual side scanning. It only accepts a 1gig memory card that come with it which holds quite a lot of document. Good scan quality. Overall happy with this unit for the price does what I intended it for. Worth the money.