Summary: I purchased this item for scanning my expense receipts while travelling on business. I used to have to carry all the receipts home and scan them in manually. I was skeptical due to the bad reviews here but this turned out to be exactly what I need.
Summary: I needed it to get information from the library. To avoid sitting and copying and to be able to get it fast without spending my valious time there. The DocuPen did it great. The first time is rather time consuming until getting it right but afterwards it turns to be a great accesory.
Summary: I found the R700 to great little scanner if you just need to scan black and white on the go, it has enough memory on it to store about 500 pages, great for keeping track of receipts which you can link with quicken to really get on the budget track, But if you want to scan in color you need to get...
Summary: I bought the Docupen for the use at work. Once I got the pen and set up it on my computer it was pretty easy to use. There was a slight glitch in the setting up the drivers with XP and finding them on the computer, remember do not install the drivers when the autorun screen comes on, rather install...
Works with Mac OS X; might be best for recent texts in Roman letters
Angelo O. Mercado "maom", Amazon
12 July 2005
Summary: I'm currently a grad student working on ancient languages, and, after learning that Mac OS X drivers can be downloaded from the manufacturer's website, I bought the DocuPen for research library trips. Though it takes some getting used to, I'm looking forward to getting a lot of mileage out of it.
Summary: They call this a "Handheld Pen Scanner". That's not a good description of this excellent device. This product is a handheld PAGE scanner. An IRIS pen is a Handheld Pen Scanner. With an IRIS pen, you scan things on a word by word basis. Basically, you handle an IRIS pen like an outliner.