“… the Plustek SmartOffice PS3060U comes with a 50-sheet document feeder that can handle a wider than average range of paper sizes, including long documents up to 200”, ……. Plus, its smaller than average footprint makes it ideal for front office use. These features are just a few of the examples that facilitated its Summer 2016 BLI Pick win.” – by Joe Ellerman, Manager of Lab Operations
Touch screen interface is really easy to use. Can preview scans on the screen and edit/rescan pages if necessary before saving. Scans feed reliably and quickly …
“The eScan A150 is somewhat niche, but it’s commendably easy to use.” – quoted from Expert Reviews
I have been searching for a high end scanner for maybe 5 years or more as I am a historian & genealogist who scan antiquarian books & maps for my website and every one I tried was just not worth getting again. Then I thought one day I had never searched Amazon and when I searched for this up popped this AWESOME scanner.
I purchased this A3 scanner to scan in A3 artwork, mainly graphite/pencil drawings. I am extremely pleased at how much detail it can pick up in my artwork. There are four options on how to save your scan, once I decided which option to use, I found it easy, and I could crop, and rotate the scanned Image as well.
In relation to the previous A3 scanner I had this one is far better. I think it is well made, not flimsy and offers other possibilities as well as just scanning in documents. I like the straight through printing to the printer, I find the copying facility very good. I do not have to scan into the computer and then print out, this can be done directly.
The ePhoto Z300 is a very easy-to-use photo scanner, it comes along with an innovative and eye-catching design. As soon as the photo or document is inserted into the feeder and detected, the ePhoto Z300 scans, digitizes, and crops the scanned image to its original format automatically.
Let’s see how easy to operate the ePhoto from the very beginning.