Summary: I will say from the outset that I do not like their software, and so I scrapped it and use Abbyy FineReader OCR which is a fantastic program (I like it a lot more than Nuance OmniPage). So I will move on from here. I'm used to paper jamming in printers, scanners, etc. This thing never jams, never. I clean it with a damp cloth ever couple of thousand pages and it performs flawlessly.
Summary: Just a fantastic piece of equipment. I'm used to printers, scanners, etc., jamming. Not this thing. I'm run countless types of paper through it (100 year old paper, or paper printed in the last year) and varying sizes and it handles them very well.
Pros: Consistent, high throughput; no paper jams - none; high quality scan.
Summary: Fast, good image quality. The scanner is built pretty solid and even though it's a bit pricey, it's very reliable and has easy integration with sharepoint which makes it even better. They make it so convenient that you can just insert your paper, hit the button on the scanner and bam! it shoots straight to your desktop, a popup will popup asking you the options and you confirm and all is well...
Summary: I bought this scanner in order to digitise my late mother's photos. They were scattered all over the place in shoeboxes and it seemed like a good idea at the time. It took all day to figure out the unintuitive software that comes with it, but on the first day it only took about 45 minutes to scan 20 packets of pics. soon after, I started a new job away from home and the project was temporarily shelved.
Summary: I usually buy Xerox documate. No longer. I read several reviews for various scanners, and this scanner was rated highly by most of the reviews. I add my recommendation for this scanner. I was able to get a non-computer person to use the scanner in about 10 minutes.
Summary: I am not a business and scanning documents is not my main concern. As with many middle aged people, much of my life was documented in photographs that used film. With technology today, everything is digitized and the cheap price of various portable storage devices and media makes it cheap and easy to back up digital photos.
Summary: This scanner produces high quality results and works without jamming in most circumstances. The included software allows the user to adjust the settings to get the best image possible. Hard card scanning works well. This scanner also processes mixed thicknesses of paper without having to sort and separate. The footprint of this machine is small enough to fit on a desktop, but the speed of this machine makes very capable for a multi-user work group.
Summary: I am a big fan for digitizing documents for archiving. I have been doing so for more than 10 years. On hardware part, I have used several consumer level scanners from Brothers and Canon. On software part, I use PaperPort pro software to control scanners and also for post-scanning document editing purpose. The biggest problem of consumer level scanner is "SLOW". I am very happy to try out this i2600 business class scanner.
Speed, accuracy and throughput make it perfect for small office environments provided that tech support is not relied upon
Citizen John, Amazon
5 July 2013
Summary: This is plain and simple an office scanner that is ideal under the right circumstances. This scanner is right for a doctor's office that handles several doctors, to give one example. Flatbed scanner accessory - Forget it. The idea is if you have one page to scan and don't trust this scanner to line it up correctly, you can get the flatbed. But take it from me, nobody does that anymore.