Excerpt: Is it a laser? Is it an inkjet? Well, no. It’s actually the latest scanner from Kodak, although you could be forgiven for thinking that it was a printer, judging from the multiple paper feeds and chunky chassis. This scanner takes a rather more industrial path than the nimble little page-fed models we’ve mainly been looking at up to now, and caters for larger offices with mountains of paperwork to scan and convert to electronic format.
Conclusion: As should be obvious, the Kodak i2900 is a highly capable beast. It delivers fast scan speeds, good OCR accuracy, and the potential for heavy duty scanning, with a 250-sheet ADF tray and a maximum 10,000 page-per-day duty cycle. Its natural home is in a large workgroup or office, but no matter what size office you're in, if you need relatively heavy duty ADF-based document scanning and book scanning, the Kodak i2900 can do it all, and do all of it well.
Pros: Fast scanning, Duplex, Includes flatbed suitable for book scans, LCD shows profile names
Cons: Can only define 9 profiles, Some driver options could be clearer