Alain B. Burrese "Author, Speaker, Mediator, Attorney", Amazon
9 July 2013
Summary: The Kodak i2900 Scanner is a bit more of a scanner than I needed for my small business, but as Tim the Tool-Man used to say, "More power..." Based on the price, it is obvious that this is a small business scanner and not one that most people buying to scan a few pictures at home will look at.
Summary: At first, I was kind of torn as to whether or not this was the replace for many offices because of price comparison, but then I noticed some of the little things I liked about the machine, like the fact that tray rises and feeds, making for great scans each and every time, plus other features that...
Summary: I had pretty high expectations for the , and though I wasn't impressed with it at first (this review has been edited to reflect my thoughts after scanning several tens of thousands of pages), once I figured out the settings, I developed a more favorable impression of it.
Summary: KODAK SCANNER i2900 The Kodak i2900 is a rotary type scanner which uses an automatic document feeder. The feeder tray can hold up to 250 pages at a time. In addition this scanner has a letter size flatbed scanner which can be used for books or color photos.
If you don't buy it directly from Kodak there is No Warranty
David Kobashigawa, Amazon
2 May 2013
Summary: The Kodak i2900 has a design defect. There is an ABS plastic piece that retains a primary paper drive roller. The plastic retainer is not strong enough to retain the roller for long. It cracks from fatigue, causing the drive roller to jam. I had one fail Dead-On-Arrival.