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Canon Scanner Reviews

 
With 89 Canon Scanners in the market, Retrevo's job is to help you find the best Canon Scanner. We analyze price, features, and Canon scanner reviews - to pick the top scanners from Canon. We'll help you find great deals on a Canon scanner. Other top brands of scanners are: Kodak, Plustek, Canon, Honeywell, Panasonic.
Specs for this Canon scanner: Document scanner • 600 x 600 dpi Optical Scan Resolution • 24 bit Max Color Depth • Supported Media Plain paper • PC System Type
Reviews for this Canon scanner (17 user reviews): "The Canon DR-2050C is the fastest scanner in its price class for scanning, recognizing text, and saving files in a searchable PDF format...The Canon DR-2050C ($675 street) is an affordable document scanner designed for small offices and workgroups...The DR-2050C's software bundle also lacks an indexing program...The unit is both small and lightweight, at 7.7 by 11.9 by 3.9 inches (HWD) and 5.0 pounds..."
Reviews for this Canon scanner (66 user reviews): "The Canon CanoScan LiDE110 Color Image Scanner is aimed at people who want to scan photographic prints without paying extra for a film scanning feature they don't need...The LiDE110 offers most of the same features as the LiDE 100, including 2400 pixel per inch (ppi) optical resolution and reasonably high scan quality...The AutoScan feature did a good enough job in our tests so that many people will find the quality more than acceptable...Overall, the scan quality is somewhat improved compared to the LiDE 100's quality, which was already reasonably good..."
Reviews for this Canon scanner (1 user review.): "If you already have the programs you need, or are willing to buy them separately, however, it can still be a good choice...The P-208 did a good job on our document management tests..."
Reviews for this Canon scanner: "The most immediately obvious difference between the DR-C130 and Canon DR-C125 is the physical design...The DR-C130 offers the more common approach of pushing the paper straight out, with the output tray stretching well in front of the scanner itself...The tradeoff for needing more desktop real estate for the DR-C130 than for the Canon DR-C125 is larger capacity, with a 50-page automatic document feeder (ADF...As long as you don't need business card recognition, the Canon imageFormula DR-C130 is a more than attractive choice..."
Reviews for this Canon scanner (1 user review.): "The Canon imageFormula DR-2020U ($645 direct) looks like nothing so much as a neatly sawed off top section from a desktop laser MFP—a flatbed scanner, automatic document feeder (ADF), front panel buttons, and LCD for menu text, with no printer attached...However, the DR-2020U is a far better document scanner than most MFPs, and better in many ways than most similarly priced document scanners as well...Instead of a single overall installation routine that asks what you want to install and then installs, it, you have to run five separate installation programs on three discs...The DR-2020U did reasonably well on our OCR and business card tests as well..."
Reviews for this Canon scanner: "Perfect for mobile workers who need to keep up with the paperwork, but who are frequently on the road and so don't have access to a permanent office, the Canon P-215 undoubtedly fills a need...Stashing it away in a bag won't be a problem, as the Canon P-215 is extremely compact...As with many of the lower-end sheet-feds, there's no output tray to catch the scanned sheets, so if you need to keep the source material in good condition, you'll really want to set the Canon P-215 on a smooth table...Overall the speeds are fairly good, especially if you don't need the highest levels of quality..."
Reviews for this Canon scanner: "Canon was falling a bit behind with its PowerShot Elph series of ultracompact cameras. Not in photo quality, but with features, shooting performance, and ..."
Reviews for this Canon scanner: "The Canon DR-M160 has a more rugged paper feed, and the guide extends much further, allowing you to securely support bundles of documents...We still wouldn't want to overload the M160 though, and Canon itself suggests that you feed it with no more than 60 sheets at once...Given its potential speed and high price tag, we'd really expect the Canon DR-M160 to be better specified here, and the inability to load it up with a huge pile of documents and leave it working away is something of a limit...That's especially so since its duty cycle of 7000 sheets a day (the C125 recommends just 1500) is substantial...The output tray itself is good..."
Reviews for this Canon scanner: "Canon U.S.A., Inc. just introduced the imageFORMULA ScanFront 300/300P network scanners. The ScanFront 300/300P network scanners are full-featured, easy-to-use ..."
Reviews for this Canon scanner (20 user reviews): "Where the 110's quality is good enough for copying snapshots to hand out to family and friends, the 210's quality should satisfy a more critical eye...For those who need them, these extras are well worth the small additional price, and they're enough to make the LiDE 210 an Editors' Choice as well...The AutoScan feature did such a good job in my tests that there's little to no room to improve on it..."