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How do you choose from 44 Plustek Scanners? What is the best place to find all Plustek scanner reviews? Retrevo helps you find top-rated Plustek scanners, by analyzing price, features and Plustek scanner reviews. Our goal is to find you the best bang for the buck Plustek scanner. Other top brands of scanners are: Kodak, Plustek, Honeywell, Epson, HP.
Reviews for this Plustek scanner (1 user review.): "The dock lets the S420 be shared between two computers, to which it connects via USB...Although they're portable when undocked, they're primarily desktop scanners and are heavier, pricier, and more full-featured than the S420...The Plustek MobileOffice S420 is lightweight and speedy for a manual-feed scanner, and easy to recommend..."
Reviews for this Plustek scanner (1 user review.): "But unlike a normal flatbed scanner, the OpticBook 3800's platen glass goes right to the edge of the flatbed...While the Plustek BookReader lets you OCR books and convert them to audio files—primarily for the benefit of the visually impaired—the 3800 is strictly for scanning to image or document files...The 3800 has pretty much the same software as the Plustek 4800: Abbyy FineReader 9.0 Sprint for optical character recognition (OCR...Being a flatbed scanner, the OpticBook 3800 isn't ideal for scanning multipage documents, as you have to open the cover, replace the page with a new one, and close the cover when scanning each new page..."
Reviews for this Plustek scanner: "LAS VEGAS—Plustek is exhibiting its 2011 product line at CES this week. New products on display will include the SmartOffice PL2550, OpticBook 4800, and ..."
Reviews for this Plustek scanner: "Plustek SmartOffice PL1530, review by jo24seven. This product is easy to use. It comes with a huge software bundle, amongst others ABBYY FineReader Sprint Plus 6.0."
Specs for this Plustek scanner: Flatbed scanner • 1600 x 1600 dpi Optical Scan Resolution • 48 bit Max Color Depth • PC System Type
Reviews for this Plustek scanner (1 user review.): "A price of $600 isn't usually considered low for a scanner, but the Plustek OpticPro A320 isn't like most other scanners...Although it's easy to find a letter-size scanner for under $100, it's hard to find a tabloid-size scanner for less than $1,000—at least it was before the OpticPro A320...A big flatbed implies a big scanner, and the A320 measures 5.2 by 24.5 by 16.75 inches (HWD...Despite the included photo-editing software, the A320 is not a good choice for scanning photos...Overall, the quality was good enough for scanning and reprinting photos to hand out as snapshots to friends and family or include in, say, a client newsletter..."
Reviews for this Plustek scanner: "The Plustek MobileOffice S400 ($120 street) is best appreciated as a highly portable scanner for people who need to scan single pages or short documents while on the go...The S400 depends on a manual feed and claims only a 3 ppm speed, which is an overstatement, since it doesn't count the time you have to spend actually feeding each page...The good news is that the scanner did reasonably well for OCR accuracy, recognizing text as small as 8 points on both our Arial and Times New Roman test pages without a mistake...The Strobe 400 is a good compromise if you want something more portable than the P-150 but more capable than the S400..."
Reviews for this Plustek scanner: "Quick Specs - Type: Sheetfed scanner - Portable - Optical Resolution: 600.0 dpi - Scanner interface type: USB."
Reviews for this Plustek scanner: "Book scanners like the Plustek OpticBook 4800 ($800 street) are definitively niche products...If you have to scan book pages very often, however, or scan more than a page or two at a time, you should consider a book scanner, and the OpticBook 4800 should definitely be on your must-see list...On the hardware side, the platen extends to the edge of the scanner...Although the OpticBook 4800 isn't really designed for general-purpose scanning, you can use it for photos or documents..."
Reviews for this Plustek scanner: "As it lacks an automatic document feeder (ADF), the D430 is best for scanning loose paper, one-page (including two-sided) documents, and embossed plastic cards...Plustek sees the D430 as primarily for vertical markets such as healthcare and banking, at admissions desks, nursing stations, bank teller stations, and other situations needing a small scanner that can scan plastic cards...By sliding a plastic panel in back of the scanner up or down, you can set the paper path, either straight-through (as you'll need when scanning plastic cards) or vertical, so the page will exit from the top...The D430 is a worthy scanner, suitable for its intended role at a busy front desk or similar situation while remaining reasonably portable..."
Reviews for this Plustek scanner: "Plustek has announced the OpticFilm 8100 and 8200i SE/Ai 35mm film scanners. Featuring identical hardware as the existing OpticFilm 7400 and 7600i models ..."