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HP Scanner Reviews

 
With 162 HP Scanners in the market, Retrevo's job is to help you find the best HP Scanner. We analyze price, features, and HP scanner reviews - to pick the top scanners from HP. We'll help you find great deals on a HP scanner. Other top brands of scanners are: Kodak, Plustek, Canon, Honeywell, Panasonic.
Specs for this HP scanner: Flatbed scanner • 4800 x 9600 dpi Optical Scan Resolution • 96 bit Max Color Depth • Supported Media Plain paper, Slides, Bulk objects (such as books), Film • PC, Mac System Type
Reviews for this HP scanner (34 user reviews): "So does the default setting for the Hewlett-Packard Scanjet G4050 Photo Scanner ($200 street...But what's new—and very much different—about the G4050 is the option to scan in six colors instead...The G4050, which is aimed at home users who are primarily interested in scanning photos, is one of two HP six-color scanners...Both offer six-color scanning for prints, but only the G4050 offers six-color scans for film...The key to six-color scanning is a second light source...All of this makes the G4050 a remarkably capable scanner for the price for anyone who's primarily interested in scanning photos and film..."
Specs for this HP scanner: Flatbed scanner • 2400 x 2400 dpi Optical Scan Resolution • 48 bit Max Color Depth • PC System Type
Reviews for this HP scanner (2 user reviews): "Nothing Out of the box "Hardware error" This is the second scanner I had to eat in 2 weeks because there is a non-refund policy on this one...I didn't load any of the software becuase I scan straight to Acrobat 8 Pro...After having this propblem, I looked up the issue an sure enough, there are MANY people unhappy with this scanner all the way back to 2009! Why oh why did I buy this..."
Specs for this HP scanner: Flatbed scanner • 4800 x 9600 dpi Optical Scan Resolution • 48 bit Max Color Depth • Supported Media Plain paper, Slides • PC, Mac System Type
Reviews for this HP scanner (5 user reviews): "The HP Scanjet G3110 Photo Scanner ($99 direct) is both more and less than you might expect...The G3110 comes with both Twain and WIA drivers, so you can scan from nearly any Windows program with a scan command...As I've already suggested, the G3110 works best for scanning prints...Scan quality for film is good enough for printing 4-by-6 snapshots, but the scans on my tests suffered from a distinct soft focus compared with scans from the Canon and Epson models at the same resolution..."
Reviews for this HP scanner (1 user review.): "The HP Scanjet Professional 1000 Mobile Scanner ($249.99 direct) is the third portable scanner I've reviewed recently...The bad news is that it lightens the load primarily by leaving out an automatic document feeder (ADF), which means you have to feed pages manually, one at a time...In any case, the Scanjet 1000 is easy to carry...Overall, the process is a little easier and faster than typing in all the information, but not by much..."
Reviews for this HP scanner (20 user reviews): "The big buzz in hard drives right now is Western Digital's 3TB WD Caviar Green (Model WD30EZRS) internal drive...I first partitioned both drives as GPT and tested using Simpli Software's HD Tach and Futuremark's PCMark Vantage HDD test...Knowing now that the two drives were equivalent performers (in other words, managing the larger capacity 3TB drive caused no lag in performance), I revisited the 2TB and converted its partition table to MBR..."
Specs for this HP scanner: Flatbed scanner • 600 x 600 dpi Optical Scan Resolution • 48 bit Max Color Depth • Supported Media Plain paper, Business card • PC System Type
Reviews for this HP scanner (2 user reviews): "Now, at last, I can say I'm almost perfectly happy with a scanner...This N9120 is incredibly fast, creates good-quality images (especially with the included Kofax VRS, which hardly seems to slow things down at all), is terrifically easy to use (including HP's software interface), has adequately capacious in-and-out bins, and looks great as a physical object...Those were followed by an HP Scanjet 8290, which was fairly good, but suffered from too many ADF misfeeds..."
Specs for this HP scanner: Flatbed scanner • 600 x 600 dpi Optical Scan Resolution • 48 bit Max Color Depth • Supported Media Plain paper, Business card • PC System Type
Reviews for this HP scanner: "Pros. It might work as a boat anchor. It worked for a while. Cons. In just over 9000 pages scanned it failed and it isn't the first one to fail me."
Reviews for this HP scanner (4 user reviews): "The original HP 3000 came with application programs, but no scan utility...The HP Easy Scan utility that comes with the 3000 s2 delivers precisely that convenience...The scan speed is good but not impressive...If the HP Scanjet Pro 3000 s2 were a little faster, it could easily be the desktop scanner to beat..."
Specs for this HP scanner: Flatbed scanner • 2400 x 2400 dpi Optical Scan Resolution • 48 bit Max Color Depth • Supported Media Transparencies, Plain paper, Slides, Film • PC, Mac System Type
Reviews for this HP scanner (29 user reviews): "The HP Scanjet 5590 is clearly designed for business use, with a 50-sheet, duplexing ADF to make quick work of scanning, faxing, and copying multipage documents, at least compared to most other desktop flatbed scanner It also scans photos and 35-mm slides and strips of film...When you see a scanner with a 50-sheet, duplexing ADF built into its top cover, as with the HP Scanjet 5590 ($399.99 direct), it's a safe bet that it's designed to scan multipage documents for OCR and document management applications, as well as fax and copy...But the 5590 also scans photos at reasonably high quality, and it even does a credible job on slides...That earns the scanner a rating of very good in this category..."
Specs for this HP scanner: Document scanner • 2400 x 2400 dpi Optical Scan Resolution • 48 bit Max Color Depth • Supported Media Transparencies, Plain paper, Slides, Bulk objects (such as books), Film • PC, Mac System Type
Reviews for this HP scanner (6 user reviews): "The HP Scanjet 7650 is an all-purpose scanner with a strong business orientation, making it a good fit for a home or small office...The HP Scanjet 7650 ($699 direct) comes as close to being a truly all-purpose scanner as any model we've seen, with a flatbed, a transparency adapter, and a 50-page, duplexing automatic document feeder (ADF..."