There are not many options for scanners to quickly reduce the number of stored photographs and photograph albums. Having reviewed the options I settled on the Plustek ePhoto Z300 and I am pleased that I did. Setup was easy. I have a flatbed scanner but chose this for speed and ease of use for scanning many photos and it is a good choice. I have also scanned documents with it. They are also quick and with good results. In short an excellent scanner for the price to do exactly the job that I wanted it to complete.
Awesome scanner. Quick scanning and easy to install. Scanner has 9 default scan files (for the button), so you just need to press a button. If someone asks me to recommend scanner, I will recommend this one.
I’m a lawyer and I send my paralegal to scan discovery documents at the opposing attorney’s office. Saves me tons of paper storage space, toner, folders, and paper. Small and compact, it fits in a typical backpack/rolling file box.
I am very happy with the performance, so far. I need a scanner for documents almost all black and white. Presets are easy to modify to your preference. You can set a particular folder to scan to, scan to file type, and dpi (100-600), etc. for each profile. That works great for me.
This Plustek can handle large stacks of paper (50shts at a time) and scans very quickly (2 seconds a page) at 200dpi/grayscale. We definitely recommend for the SOHO.
Unlike so many other scanners I’ve owned, this one is simple to setup and operate. The software is clear and it is easy to set various profiles. It is speedy too.
I bought this scanner a couple of years ago and should have reviewed sooner. I use on a Mac. I’m a professional illustrator, and use it to scan in my drawings and watercolour paintings. I couldn’t afford to by a big name brand A3 scanner, so opted for this Plustek one as a budget version and it fits my needs perfectly.