Summary: In the past 2 years we have ordered 19 of these scanners for various business needs. Of those 19, 1 has malfunctioned and required warranty service. The warranty was very smooth and they sent a refurbished scanner as replacement.
Very impressive speed and quality of scans, just lacking decent software
Mary Jo Sminkey "15 years of Amazon Reviews!", Amazon
14 August 2013
Summary: I've had a few other scanners, the little Fujitsu ScanSnap being my favorite. It's reasonably fast but only does up to 25 pages max so not the best for all my scanning needs. This scanner certainly blows it away, particularly when I need to scan a lot of color documents at once, it's impressively...
Summary: I have four high-speed scanners: a Fujitsu ScanSnap 510 (now obsolete), an Epson GT-S50, a Brother ADS-2000 and this Kodak i2800. The first three are in the $400 range; this one is obviously much more expensive.
Summary: If the price did not give it away, this scanner is intended for business heavy duty use. It is not designed (or priced) for a home-user. It is important to choose the proper product for the application.
Blazingly fast, but not as user-friendly as the Fujitsu ScanSnap
14 July 2013
Summary: I've used the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500 for about 6 months now, and it's the only scanner I can compare to the Kodak i2800. I have a small home office and use the ScanSnap (and tested this Kodak i2800) for both business and personal use. This Kodak scanner won out for speed.
Summary: Bottom line: Very pricy, but if you need to deal with lots of paper, this scanner is a joy to use. Wonderful paper handling, speedy, compact and easy to use. Full review: I have to deal with mountains of paper for work, and much of it needs to be scanned for usage and archiving.
Summary: Just received our scanner. Will be using it to scan prescriptions to keep a digital copy on file in our shop. After the first initial hour of use I can only say the following: 1. Installation was EASY 2. The device is very compact, I love it!