Summary: I have accumulated masses of cards at work and was going to buy another folder but decided to scan the cards in. Once I received the device and installed the software I was amazed at how quickly and accurately this device worked.
Summary: Excellent product - when received as paid for Express delivery but product did not arrive. Advised sent by Royal Mail first class post which I suggest is not express. Was then advised sent by Recorded Delivery and arrived promptly. Optical recognition somewhat suspect at times.
Summary: If you are in business and attend networking events or even if you want to keep your clients details in order this is a first class product. It scans in details from your cards and files them into a mini database.
Kensington PocketScan Business Card Scanner Ref 1500112
B. Healy "ilsonbhoy", Amazon
11 June 2009
Summary: I was a bit sceptical about how accurate ocr would be. But this little scanner is one of the best tools I have ever bought. Not infallable and entries do need some checking and the occasional rework but worth every penny. Nigh on 200 entries in one session. Brilliant
Summary: What an excellant little scanner, complimented by the provided software. It is easy to use & allows you to modify any details that are missed. The download functions allow the data to be stored on palms & other windows CE based handhelds with ease.
Summary: Bought from Amazon. This is a fantastic light, and much better made than any of the cheap ones you see. Also, I was very surprised by how bright it was. It uses 8 ultra-bright LEDs and the brightness is pretty comparable to a desk lamp, so extremely useful!
Summary: Having trawled through the options, I opted for this one as it looked fairly neat and simple to use. So far it's not disappointed. It can bend to the angle you want and you can fold it away to put in your laptop bag.
Summary: Bought this light to use with my netbook. It has 8 very high brightness LED's and a slide switch that allows you to switch all 8 on or only half of them. I find that using 4 is fine. The LED's are quite directional though, producing a concentrated area of light rather than a flood.