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.
Walter L. Atchison, 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.