Summary: I have never before submitted a review before using tech product for a couple of months, at least. But this works just as advertised. A local genealogy society is pushing a 4" by 6" battery powered flatbed scanner for document research -- at $250 and up, depending on the package you choose.
Pros: Easy setup Good mouse Good scanner with slick software!
Summary: I bought this thing to take to Taiwan with me, to help me in my traditional Chinese lessons. To my surprise and disappointment, LG does not recognize this language in it's OCR data base! (Oh, but it has over 180 other languages in its database!) What a waste of money!
Summary: Recommended, especially if you have limited space.
Pros: I love this little thing. Everything I've tested comes out great. I bought this to replace a flat bed scanner that quit. I don't use a scanner everyday, so not having to dedicate desk space to another machine is a huge plus. (I didn't have any problems with the cord.)
Cons: Thick edges (hard cover book cover) not so easy. You will need to surround the cover/book with something the same thickness.
Summary: I haven;t used it for anything important, but it did well on all my little tests. Is it a replacement for a flatbed scanner? No. But it is ultra-portable and has great resolution and functionality for what it is. A good purchase over all.
Pros: Quick install, basic software, very intuitive design. Out of the box, I was up and running within minutes. There isn't a whole lot of excess, which is nice. The mouse functions as you would expect. The scanner works much better than I thought it would. When scanning something, it works best with ...
Cons: There is ZERO support for this product on the LG website. Software comes on a CD (seriously, when can we start getting software on USB or SD card?? My CD drive is junk so that took a little work...). There are a bunch of "Apps" that come with it. I don't know what they do and don't yet have a use...