Summary: I have this model at work and although it works great and is easy to use, I do have one minor complaint. Whenever I scan documents the scanned document comes out a little grainy and there are small spots all over the page. Other than that, I am very pleased with this product. Like I mentioned, it is extremely easy to use and you can scan multiple documents in a flash.
Summary: I just received this scanner yesterday but I have already scanned over 200 pictures. It is a little bit difficult to figure out, but it works great so far. I still have a lot to learn about it but the quality of pictures I scanned was good except if you have a lot of snow on bottom or sky on top it crops it out, haven't figured that out yet. I wish it came with a booklet that I could read to understand it a little more.
Summary: Small but robust. Takes up little space and trays can be closed easily when not in use - this takes up even less space and helps to keep clean. Good speed. Set up is straight forward. I use with Laserfiche Web Access. Some issues with lines/spots on pages and slight rotation seem to be fixed with some tweeking and making sure pages are fed in straight.
Excellent hardware, OK software. Compared to Snapscan and Cannon.
8 May 2012
Summary: I have a Fujitsu Snapscan , a Canon imageFORMULA DR-C125 , and this Xerox. The Fujitsu is the leader of the pack and is the product to beat. Although the Cannon and the Xerox come close, they fall short. The common things between all three are a very fast, double sided scan, that can produce high quality scans. The major difference between the 3 are the software that comes with each model.