Summary: I've been using the i2400 for a month now. We're just in the beginning stages of going paperless in our 10 person office. The i2400 is an impressive piece of technology and has worked very well so far. As we become more experienced, I'm sure our expectations will grow. But for now, the i2400 delivered what we needed.
Summary: This is the perfect machine to have issues with. It was hard to set up and understand. Then started jamming every 5 pages. Do not buy and do not let techs tell you it's a great machine, b/c it's not.
Summary: Setup was a breeze, Had it up and running within 5 minutes from unboxing. The image hole fill function is nice, It even features a blur/smudge correction so that those copies look professional as well. That was the good news, Now here comes the bad news... It gets hungry, ALOT, so much jamming it throws me back to the injet printers of 2001.. Total nightmare, photo paper jams, copy paper jams and it's just ridiculous..
Summary: the two software supplied with this scanner is utterly useless.. they are giving you version 1.3 when 4.6 is release and the other one is version 13?? - and the tech support has no idea what these software tools are --- their suggestion, buy a software - really..
Summary: We set this scanner up in no time and everyone on the office network was using it right away and commenting on how fast it works...someone even nicknamed it "Speedy". This is our 3rd Kodak document scanner (mostly scanning to .pdf format) and these machines have been workhorses. Each time we add a newer version to the network it is much faster than the previous generation. Our scanner from 3 generations ago is still working in a small workgroup. Would highly recommend.
Summary: I bought this scanner a couple of years ago, and I agree with the other reviewers that it is a solid workhorse. However, a couple of weeks ago my computer had to be reformatted and I needed to reload the software and drivers. I called Kodak to get help...without any exaggeration, I spent 2 1/2 hours on the phone and the chat lines being transferred around the company and no one could help me.
Summary: I'm pleasantly surprised with how much I like this scanner all around. It's small, fast, trouble-free and does the job for personal or business use. Here's my thoughts on the scanner, using it and the main features: Installation CD - Quick 1-step installation. I'm using an older Dell laptop and there were no issues. It can be used on a Mac if you have Bootcamp or Parallels. Don't forget to install the CD before you attach the cords and power on the scanner.
Bit overkill for a single user and underkill for a workgroup, but quite fast
Indy Reviewer, Amazon
30 September 2011
Summary: The Kodak i2400 scanner is at a strange price and performance point for a scanner of its capabilities, which are admittedly quite powerful. It's a 40 ppm duplex scanner in 200 dpi mode with a 50 page feeder; this will serve well enough for most users, and is a noticeable upgrade from something like the Fujitsu ScanSnap ix500 .