Reviews and Problems with PENPOWER WorldCard Office
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Scanning is woefully inaccurate
Carlene Ruesenberg, Amazon
25 March 2015
Summary: I bought this item because I'm the administrative assistant to a very busy guy, and everywhere he goes, he gets piles of business cards that he wants to include in his contacts. As you can imagine, he gets them of all shapes, colors and designs, and this poor reader had a hard time deciphering most of them.
Summary: Its working great, I can organize my business cards by state, region , or other areas I create. Clear scan of the card. I can import or export the contacts file to other software: Excel, Outlook, Salesforce. Great timesaver.
Eventually proved it self to be a capable sollution to scanning and organizing business cards.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
17 February 2014
Summary: This item did; eventually, proved it self to be a capable sollution to scanning and organizing business cards. However, I did have some difficulty with the initial installation. Contacting the manufacturer was some what difficult but they did respond. While I was waiting I discovered I needed to locate and install the driver for the for the scanner manually. Still had an issue with the scanner not scanning the entire card.
Summary: One of the lowest cost products, yet it performs quite well. I caught up on about 100 business cards in short order. Yes I needed to correct many but the setup made it quick and efficient. The card feeder made it quick to run through a stack if cards.
Summary: OK, one thing I love about this device is that the software actually works. It does a pretty darn good job recognizing characters off of most business cards. Every once in a while, it does mess up, but I am surprised how many times it worked perfectly even with weird fonts. Now, if you need to do a thousand cards at a time, go get a more expensive unit as this thing is not the fastest on the planet. For most people though, it will be just what the doctor ordered.
Summary: I purchased this device to help me deal with a huge stack of business cards I had sitting on my desk. All the cards scanned pretty well and only required minor corrections. Easily exported the info to Outlook. Only issues were some cursor jumping when I was editing a card, and pictures of the scanned cards that appear in Outlook are a proprietary format, was hoping they would be a jpg or something.