Reviews and Problems with IRIS IRISPen Executive 6
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Received a defective unit.
T. C. Koay, Amazon
24 November 2013
Summary: Order 1 unit from Amazon, received a defective unit. Communicate with IRIS directly for replacement, they ask me pay for the return unit postage to Belgium. Plus, after their technical team verify the defective unit, only will ship a new unit out to me. I decided to perform RMA with Amazon.
Summary: I'm trying to use the product for typed documentation. It is not accurate. The disc I received failed. I utilized the help desk repeatedly. They provided me with an updated version. It still doesn't work well at all. I planned to return it but seem to have missed it by a day.
Summary: Iris is nearly impossible to get a hold of so don't expect anything in the way of support. We purchased this item because Iris was offering a "rebate". After months of waiting and trying to contact the company-the rebate never happened.
Summary: I bought this item thinking and hoping it would make my life easier when having to copy text out of the book for reference instead of typing. I'm truely disapointed. I either had a defective one or I did not have the patience to learn.
Summary: This product seemed such a good idea, and I bought it based on successful use by several reviewers. After a month of trying I have not been able to get acceptable scans. Scans are usually a jumble of symbols; sometimes I get an intelligible sentence with lots of "typos"; and occasionally I get a...
Summary: I purchased this last summer 2008 - thinking it would be a great help in college. But it does not scan from textbooks. True it will scan from paper (after you learn how) but I needed & wanted to scan items from my textbooks. Would not work.
Summary: I received this in hopes that I could scan text from books to create concise notes to study from quickly and accurately, I was wrong though. This product did not scan text accurately, actually did not come close and while it is a great concept I am highly dissappointed in the performance of this pen...
John Kitchens "electronics and fitness fan", Amazon
1 December 2006
Summary: I purchased this scanning pen primarily to use with my MacBook Pro. This is the only handheld scanner that is advertised to work with a Mac (the older C-Pen C-10 USB scanner works with the PowerPC Macs but not the new Intel Macs).
Summary: I have yet to get this pen to scan one complete, readable sentence and believe me I have tried. I tried calibrating it on different shades of white paper to see if that helped but to no avail. The only thing it would scan reasonably well was the instruction booklet that came with the pen. Go figure!