Summary: This WorldCard Pro- PenPower Pro Scanner was just what we were looking for! This scanner is very much user friendly, and very efficient at scanning/sorting/OCR for business card organization. We use this with a PC, although we had started using it on a MAC.
Summary: If you are looking for an efficient, affordable, high quality card reader....buy this.
Pros: My friend recommended this unit to me and the unit is doing exactly what it is supposed to do: I scanned more than 100 business cards with no problems and little recognition errors. Most of the errors were due to destroyed cards or exaggerated logos with business name in them or shiny/dark cards.
Cons: The design is simple, compact, and functional. It includes a carrying case, usb extension, card cover, and calibration card. Nice flip up design to keep dust out of scanner. The software is easy to navigate. Exporting to Excel and Text file flawless as well.
Summary: WOULD NOT WASTE ANY TIME IF YOU WANT A CARD SCANNER LOOK SOMEWHERE ELSE
Pros: NOTHING GOOD
Cons: THIS IS MY SECOND BUY OF THIS PRODUCT, HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO GET EITHER TO WORK, i AM SURE THE SOFTWARE IS VERY ROBUST, BUT BOTH PRODUCT REFUSE TO SCAN ANY CARD, IMPOSSIBLE TO USE THIS PRODUCT. SHOULD BE DISCONTINUED ON NEWEGG, POOR REFLECTION ON VERY GOOD COMPAN
Smart, quick scanner with awseome recognition for mobile sales
Tech nut, Amazon
3 April 2011
Summary: Bought this for use as sales rep to scan client cards. Works like a charm. This is my first business card scanner but so far, after a week of use and 280 contacts entered, this baby is a miracle. Took less than 2 hours to install software, play around with software and scan 280 cards.
Summary: This is a good way to get your business cards organized. It is easy to set up, but some cards are unreadable by machine and sometimes certain text does not read. Do not be discouraged by this, buy this one not the IRIS card reader, this is a GOOD product! NL
Summary: OK, I have several Intel Macs, and an iPhone. When my job suddenly changed to a strong marketing role, I had to manage the huge stack of business cards I'd collected over the years, it was no longer sufficient to say "that number is here somewhere" as I flip through a stack of cards.