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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, Honeywell, Epson, HP 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..."
Specs for this Epson scanner: Document scanner • 6400 x 9600 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 Epson scanner (41 user reviews): "A case in point is the Epson Perfection V500 Photo ($249.99 direct...Like almost any flatbed scanner, the V500 can handle all-purpose scanning, but it's focused on photos...Setting up the V500 is typical for a flatbed scanner...Photoshop Elements (my unit came with version 4.0, though Epson insists it ships with version 3) is a fairly sophisticated photo editor that's appropriate for the relatively serious amateur photographer the V500 is aimed at...The V500's scan quality for both prints and film is in the top tier for relatively inexpensive (sub-$500) flatbed scanners...On my tests using fully automatic mode, the V500 took about 25 seconds overall to prescan (automatically adjusting settings) and then scan a 4-by-6 color photo at 300 ppi..."
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 Epson scanner: Flatbed scanner • 6400 x 9600 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 Epson scanner (16 user reviews): "You'd expect a photo scanner at this price to scan up to four 35mm slides or two strips of 35mm film at a time, as the V600 does...Like most scanners, the V600 comes with TWAIN and WIA drivers, so you can scan from most programs with a scan command...The V600 is firmly in the top tier for scan quality for flatbed scanners that cost less than $500..."
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: "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..."
Reviews for this HP scanner: "The HP Scanjet Professional 1000 Mobile Scanner offers fast speed for a manual-feed scanner."
Reviews for this Ambir scanner: "CNET; Reviews; Peripherals; Ambir Technology, Inc. peripherals; Ambir ImageScan Pro 490i Duplex ID Card & Document Scanner"
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..."
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 (7 user reviews): "super durable -super reliable -I only had to sell one of my kidney's to afford it...I would recommend powering down at night because the other two owners have reported that the machine has attempted communications with extra-terrestrials, Area 51 and NORAD...Great scans, gives quality pictures none! I had an extra $16 thousand laying around and an empty place next to my printer, so I bought this bad boy and it was the best decision I have made in a long time..."