Summary: This is an fast and compact document scanner. I was expecting this to be large but it has a very small neat footprint that is even smaller when not in use. It opens easily for clearing jams (I my over 200 page usage so far I've only had one jam that was blatant user error and since the fead area opens up completly was very easy to clear). Overall the software was easy to intall and get up and running (minutes).
Summary: All in all, after testing out all of the features and functionality of this scanner for quite a while I have to say that as a scanner it's extremely good. It's very fast, very efficient, and can truly process a lot of documents convert them to searchable text and so on. It's also very easy to use. Therefore, I give this scanner, 4/5. There's only one reason I took off 1 star. This scanner isn't cheap.
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 .