Summary: Scans business cards generally well. Graphics confuse it. And, depending on the font on the card, the device mixes up the numeral "1," the upper-case "I," and the lower-case "l". Overall, much easier than typing in each business car.
Summary: We had hundreds of business cards in our office that needed to be entered into a database. It was really easy (an a little fun) to scan all the cards into their software program, check the data and export/import to outlook. I was able to get through all the cards and only had occasional errors with specialty fonts. The font recognition actually did a lot better then I thought it would. But after that large batch of cards the scanner stopped working.
Summary: It scans the cards ok. Although half the time it doesn't take the card, you have to give it a gentle nudge. When it does read the card, the information is fairly accurate. Some of the information needs to be adjusted, but overall fairly accurate. However, the interface with Outlook isn't as easy as anticipated. We have over 4,000 contacts in our database and the WorldCard software wants to sync with all 4,000 contacts to add a newly scanned card.