Reviews and Problems with IRIS IRIScan Pro Office 3
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This is a review of the Iriscan Pro Office 3 ...
1 March 2016
Summary: This is a review of the Iriscan Pro Office 3. We found it to be a work horse Document scanner. It's a Duplex and handles 8.5 in x 14.0 in in 600 dpi. It runs up to 15 ppm in mono and up to 7 ppm in color. It has an automatic document feeder that handles about 19 or 20 pages will.
Summary: This was a waste of money. 1. It states that it will work with the ACT database. When you export to ACT, it crashes. 2. The software doesn't recognize its own reader. 3. When you call support you get a recording saying to email them. 4.
Summary: Purchased this unit because it seemed to fit my needs: 1) Size (fit my home office limited desk space) 2) Flexibility (able to work with windows and MAC OSX, portable) 3) Similar units from other manufacturers had relatively poor performance ratings.
Summary: I've gone through many scanners, including Fujitsu Scansnap, over past 10 years. This is by and far the best scanner,I have ever owned. Very fast. Very reliable (had for a month - 0 problems) works well with Adobe Arcobat Pro. Takes up very little room on my desktop. I only wish I it had years ago.
Summary: I order this for my boss, who was not able to install on his computer. After calling in the computer guy, was told it wasn't compatible with his system. Very disappointed. Can't really say how good it works - haven't seen it work.
Summary: This scanner was easy to set-up and use in Windows. However when we tried to use it on the Mac we encountered many problems when trying to export the data to our email client. I would therefore recommend it for PC use only.
Summary: It sounds like a very nice product but I had issues from the start. It will not scan a business card that is mostly black. Scanning pictures is almost impossible. The business card data import function is poor and the user is required to go in and make several changes to the imported cards.
Summary: Overall I am happy with this scanner. It was easy to setup and get started. I think it is a little weak on is reverse type. Matter of fact I have yet to get the OCR to work with reverse type. I have also exported the files to my Act database with success and the scanning is very fast.
Summary: I was swimming in business cards and felt constantly disorganized. I knew I needed a business card scanner and I shopped and compared every make, model, and brand before deciding on the IRIS CardPro. The CardPro is so easy to use.