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777 Scanners in the market - we help you choose the best. Retrevo's scanner reviews use algorithms that mine the collective reviews and prices of the entire web, so you can get the best scanner. Reviews for our top-rated scanners are below. You can also see reviews for Kodak, Plustek, Canon, Honeywell, Panasonic and more.
Reviews for this Fujitsu scanner (32 user reviews): "The Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 ($295 direct) isn't unique in offering what are usually desktop conveniences in a portable scanner...But the S1300 offers some strengths of its own, including much better business card scanning, to keep it very much in the running...For my tests, I connected the S1300 to a system running Windows Vista...The software that comes with the S1300 includes a scan utility, a document management program called ScanSnap Organizer, and a business card management program...The S1300's 600 ppi maximum optical resolution is more than enough for high quality document scanning, as indicated by it's scores on our OCR accuracy test..."
Reviews for this Fujitsu scanner (21 user reviews): "Was pleased with reviews and overall description and pulled the trigger and made the purchase...Fast Scanning Easy Set-up User Friendly I have not found any cons to this scanner as of yet...Take out those staples.) None Nothing but good things to say about this device..."
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..."
Specs for this Xerox 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 Xerox scanner (41 user reviews): "Not really good for scanning in a fast paced environment like the reception area, but ok for scanning smaller correspondence in the back office...Other good reviewers; maybe they are the luckiest people and should buy a lotto ticket...For a all around good scanner I think this will do for a small office..."
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 Genius scanner: Sheetfed scanner • 600 x 1200 dpi Optical Scan Resolution • 48 bit Max Color Depth • Supported Media Plain paper, Business card • PC System Type
Reviews for this Genius scanner (41 user reviews): "NewEgg's Customer Service Installation is clunky, The unit itself was defective and would only scan one half of the page vertically...This product is so bad, I am stunned that Newegg agreed to sell it...Well built, reasonably fast scan at 300dpi, good OCR, acceptable color Large areas of solid colors show artifacting and blotchiness..."
Reviews for this Visioneer scanner (5 user reviews): "Somehow, though, the idea of a scanner doing the same thing seems like an exciting new trick, and it's the one feature in the Visioneer Strobe 500 ($399.99 direct) that's most likely to grab your attention...To set up the Strobe 500 for a desktop, you have to take it out of the dock to remove some packing materials and then reattach it, which leads to one of my few complaints about the scanner...I ran the Strobe 500 though our standard test suites for both desktop document scanners and portable scanners...As should be obvious if you've read this far, the Strobe 500 is easy to recommend..."
Reviews for this Xerox scanner: "Pros. fast copying and good quality PDFs. Cons. ADF breaks all the time. Constantly grabbing multiple pages. Awaiting the replacement, our 2nd, for this machine."
Reviews for this Kodak scanner: "But what do you lose in opting for a comparatively cheap model like the i940...When open, it becomes even less attractive, with its sprawling paper feed and inelegant internal design...This certainly isn’t the easiest sheetfed to open up, particularly if you have a good stack of sheets in the machine at the time..."