Summary: This letter is a summary of my experience with PlanOn for the past 6 months. It all began innocent enough, I saw an article about the Docupen, and saw immediate possibilities for potential use.
Summary: We bought this scanner for scanning documents while traveling and the resolution and capacity are not as advertised. The resolution and quality of the scanned image is grainy and not clear at all. The scanner also holds a lot fewer pages than advertised.
Summary: Unfortunately, this was a very poor functioning item. The idea is great but the technology is simply not here yet. It did not scan properly no matter what I did. I do not recommend this item as I had to ship it back. Fortunately, I purchased it directly from Amazon and was only out of the shipping.
Summary: The DocuPen holds, at a maximum, 10 pages. When I called customer service about this, I was told that the unit's capacity was being exceeded because I was scanning "high resolution images." Photos? No. Pictures? No. I was scanning printed pages from books.
Summary: This is a gadget with more promise than delivery. It was a retirement gift to me and I'm sure glad that not a penny from my pocket went toward the purchase. Difficult to operate and the end product is not worth the trouble. You have been warned!
Summary: This product looks and feels very flimsy. Do not be fooled by the flashy, metallic-looking picture. The plastic shell of this device is the quality of McDonald's toys. One would think that for $300, the company would at least commission a manufacturer that did not leave plastic whiskers hanging off...
Summary: After seeing several fair-to-good reviews on Amazon and a few other sites, I figured my office should try one of these. Not only did the sealed box fail to include the "calibration" sheet, but this thing is impossible to use.