The only reason I have not given it a 1 star rating is because I am hoping I will find a way to set settings in the user guide t
T. D. Hawkinson "The Hawk", Amazon
22 September 2014
Summary: I have attempted to scan and capture over 100 cards. There are only about 3 cards in the lot that I have been able to use without first correcting. The net result is that I find it faster to manually enter the cards than to scan them. The scanner cannot tell the difference between the company and the person. It rarely gets the difference between phone numbers correct.
Frustrating to Setup and Difficult if Not Impossible to Use
Charles Drobny "HarpethStation", Amazon
1 August 2014
Summary: A real disappointment. Difficult to connect to my MAC. Does not want to consistently power up. Have to constantly reconnect on each restart. Software is obtuse and difficult to follow. I've yet to simply scan a card and see it migrate properly to my address book. I'm no computer or software novice but work in IT for the last 30 plus years. If they would take it back I'd do so without hesitation. Not satisfied at all. Very frustrating for such a simple device.
Summary: Great little machine. Quick learning curve, excellent results. May take as much as 20 seconds to verify and edit and on to the next. I scanned more than 1100 cards in less than a working day's time. Uploaded to our database program and created reports in no time flat. Small, lightweight. Very happy with this purchase.
Summary: The software really needs updating. It is not intuitive nor user friendly. It is hit or miss on reading the cards correctly. I spend too much time correcting the initial reading. The hardware is solid but the cards do not always slide as needed. I would not purchase again.