Summary: I purchase this product to help my office become paperless. We like it because it is small enough to move from one computer to another. We have save a lot of time and paper and it have been a pleasure to use and teach my office staff.
Summary: Being a long time customer of Visioneer I jumped at the chance to upgrade to this unit when it's price point fell due to a newer model being introduced. Works well on Vista and has a driver for Windows 7. It's earlier model (XP 200) which I had for several years did not.
Lickity split!!! For the price (75 bucks) and the convenience it's a good buy.
Stephen Rodrigues "Points of Life", Amazon
14 December 2011
Summary: I got this so I wouldn't have to get up and walk a few feet to another computer with the all-in-one scanner/printer. Wow ... I like! The install was a hassle, but once done the thing ... just works. Whatever paper type you have, it will upload it quick ...
Summary: The installation instructions are easy to follow. The software installs with just a few clicks. There are options to choose from when installing the software. I choose to install everything offered, using the defaults. This is a great little device.
Summary: I tried for a while, thinking that somehow, there might be a need for a portable scanner when I'm out of town on business. So I started looking into what it would take to install and use this scanner on a laptop running Fedora 14 64-bit Linux. Short answer: it can't be done.
Summary: Set up on Win XP machine for a novice user. Scanner works great and the software is very intuitive. I trained the user in a matter of minutes. She likes it and is using it effectively. Only complaint: Scanner often pulls the pages sideways.
Summary: I use an XP200 at home and XP220 at work. Bought this for the church secretary. Can quickly scan a pile of papers to save file space. Can't scan a page out of a book or magazine. You need a calibration sheet, which you might not get if you buy used as I did, but I already had one.