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Kodak Scanner Reviews

 
With 72 Kodak Scanners in the market, Retrevo's job is to help you find the best Kodak Scanner. We analyze price, features, and Kodak scanner reviews - to pick the top scanners from Kodak. We'll help you find great deals on a Kodak scanner. Other top brands of scanners are: Kodak, Plustek, Honeywell, Epson, HP.
Reviews for this Kodak scanner: "Quick Specs - Type: Document scanner - Desktop - Optical Resolution: 600 dpi x 600 dpi. Price Range: $5,195.00 - $14,649.99 from 10 stores."
Reviews for this Kodak scanner: "This faster speed not only makes the extra weight potentially worth lugging around, it makes the i940 competitive with low-end desktop scanners meant for personal use...That makes the power adaptor the preferred choice if you're near a power outlet, which you presumably will be if you're using the i940 as a desktop scanner...The i940's speed is even a good clip for a personal desktop scanner..."
Specs for this Kodak scanner: Document scanner • 300 dpi Optical Scan Resolution • 40 bit Max Color Depth • Supported Media Plain paper • PC System Type
Reviews for this Kodak scanner (2 user reviews): "Great! Takes down those German U-Boats with great ease comrade! There are times where i give her all shes got but she wont take much longer! But we make it every time...Definitely the only kinetic energy weapon available on the marker! Fast! Scans my bum pretty well...I thought it had a V8, but it's just a V6 The reentry into the atmosphere was a bit rough but nothing a kodak can't handle..."
Reviews for this Kodak scanner: "Read Kodak i3200 - document scanner user reviews, comments, and ratings and other Scanner user reviews on CNET Reviews"
Reviews for this Kodak scanner: "Basically the same design as the i2600, it offers a faster rated speed, a higher capacity automatic document feeder (ADF), and a higher maximum recommended daily volume, all of which should make it of interest to any office needs the heavier-duty capability...Kodak rates the i2800 at up to 70 pages per minute (ppm) and 140 images per minute (ipm), with one image on each side of the page...Just as important, the 100-sheet capacity for the ADF and the recommended maximum of 6,000 pages per day are both enough to let you take full advantage of the speed..."
Reviews for this Kodak scanner: "At a quick glance, the i2900 looks more like a mono laser printer than a scanner...Another departure from the laser-printer look is the flatbed hidden underneath the output tray...More significantly, if you scan documents with more pages, the overhead works out to less time per page, so the overall speed in ppm will be faster..."
Reviews for this Kodak scanner: "Read Kodak, film scanner 35 mm consumer reviews. Find product reviews for Scanners by real customers on Epinions.com"
Reviews for this Kodak scanner: "Compare Kodak i i4200 Pass-Through Scanner prices and find deals on Scanners"
Reviews for this Kodak scanner: "Quick Specs - Type: Document scanner - Desktop - Optical Resolution: 600 dpi x 600 dpi. Price Range: $39,830.99 - $40,774.74 from 3 stores."
Reviews for this Kodak scanner: "Combined with the higher capacity ADF and twice the recommended duty cycle (at 4,000 sheets per day) it makes the i2600 suitable for even heavier-duty scanning...So where the i2400 is a potential choice for an individual, small office, or workgroup, the i2600 is more definitively a small office or workgroup scanner, and a particularly good fit in either case...Also in the category of performance, the i2600 did a reasonably good job in our OCR tests reading our Times New Roman test page at sizes as small as 12 points without a mistake and our Arial test page at 10 points without a mistake...Although these aren't particularly impressive results, it's also worth mention that the i2600 did a better job than most scanners on some other fonts that aren't part of our official tests..."