Summary: Sheet-fed, high speed scanners are very expensive, but not this one. Excellent for home or small office use. Scan all documents at a high rate thereby facilitating archiving of documents without storing them in your garage and become a fire hazard.
Summary: I have been using this scanner for about 10 months now and can say that while the included software and image quality are fine, the automatic document feeder is finicky junk. It will at most handle 15 pages of pristine 8.5 by 11 inch printer paper without having feeding problems. Fifty sheets?
Summary: I bought this xerox printer with high hopes. However, the images are pathetic, the scanner doesn't work most of the time. Save your money. I have now had 2 different xerox scanners and both are junk!
Summary: this produce meet an exceed my expectation. it is a problem solver and it works perfect . my home office finally is what it supposed to have been in the first case. i am now able to scan all documents and retrieve them whenever i need to.
Summary: I looked at lots of scanners before picking the Xerox Documate. I was a bit concerned because it cost quite a bit less than the others; however, I have been pleasantly surprised. The included PaperPort software works great. I was much more impressed with it than I usually am with bundled software.
Summary: I wish I'd known that it was one-sided scanning (simplex) as opposed to two (duplex). I would have paid just $20 more and gotten the duplex scanner, the Documate 152. Also, the software is very Windows 3.11, and of course Xerox doesn't make their drivers compatible with the Mac, so I had to install...
Summary: The Xerox Documate 150 Scanner works great, with all I use it for which is daily all day long, had very little issues with it, overall a 9 rating out of 10. The only problem with the set up was the disc that came with the product.