Summary: If you've got a Vista driver, you've got a Win 8 driver. About five minutes' effort gets you there. Oh, and you really need to sign your drivers, I think it costs about $70 a year to get a cert from Comodo. Hell, I'VE got one for the free stuff I write. There's simply no excuse for selling a device with drivers that aren't signed, or that a vendor has a "Vista" driver and not a Win 8 driver. So unless you're running Vista, this isn't a good buy.
Summary: I never received any software to operate the scanner and when I checked on line to purchase software it was ~$50.00.The total investment would be more than buying a new unit. I asked to return the scanner and I was turned down, they stated it was a purchase as is... Be sure to read all of the print don't make the same mistake that I did.
Summary: Like others have said, its not the fastest scanner but it works as designed. If you only do a few docs at any given time it will work, if you need something that can do volume fast, go with a a higher end device.
Summary: One of the worst product i've ever purchased in my life. None of the software works for macintosh 10.8. The links to updates on their portal does not work either. I hope to hear from their support. After looking at reviews here, i am expecting no good response from this producer as well. Yes the thought of having such product is enticing, but we are better of donating to charity instead of this worthless product.
Summary: When I purchase this scanner I was naive enough to believe that, although Windows 8 was not mentioned, it would have access to the upgrade drivers to catalog it my system so it would be usable. Apparently I was wrong and I haven't been able to located drivers to upgrade this devise so that it would be usable.