Summary: Scanners include those like Kodak i1210 capturing, managing, sharing, archiving, delivering critical business information, direct mailing and filing of documents, capable of delivering with maximum load. With these scanners you can share your documents, across office network and scan with unmatched speed.
Great for photos but if the glass gets dirty, it will cause streaks and lines.
6 December 2010
Summary: I bought this scanner primarily to scan about 4000 4x6 photographs. I did extensive research and even though this scanner is a little old, I decided it was the best one for the job and my budget. I paid about $120 for it used. The only thing I was hesitant about was I knew it wasn't going to come with any driver discs.
Summary: i gave this scanner 4/5 stars because i bought it used and didn't get the software it should include in the original packaging. the scanner is very fast (up to 45ppm on A4*grayscale) it have all the basic function for handling the image (autocrop,auto-deskew,auto-rotate) it has pre-defined configurations (which is like speed dial for many format scan) the scanner itself is pretty small and handy.
Summary: Not all of the software required to use this scanner effectivly came in the box. I was having problems using it until I found the sheet that told me to how to download the software for the scanner. I will be using it to scan over 300,000 3 x 5 index card of birth and death information for our Genealogy society. If my budget would have allowed it I would have gotten the I1310 so I could scan both side of a page at one time.