chavista — 2014-06-18T19:53:25-04:00 — #1
I've collected a mountain of documents over the years, so many that I estimated it will take me at least a year to scan them using my Epson flat-bed scanner. (However, I wouldn't be scanning full-time; just a few hours each weekend.)
So I was excited to read an article about the new generation of high-speed scanners. But it's very confusing, partly because these scanners are very specialized; instead of buying one scanner that does everything, you need to buy a scanner that can be automatically fed loose sheets, another flat-bed scanner for scanning books, etc.
Anyway, does anyone have any tips or recommendations for someone using a Mac?
One feature I love is the standalone scanners that can used without a computer. At the moment, I'm considering getting a NeatConnect or NeatDesk At $400-500 they aren't cheap, but if they can do the job, they'd be worth it.
But what about flat-bed scanners? Do you know of any good flat-bed scanners that are relatively fast and operate without being connected to a computer? And are there any high-speed scanners that do both - function as flat-bed scanners but can also be automatically fed loose sheets?
My goal is to scan all my files into searchable PDF's, and I may scan some images a second time as TIFF's. I should add that I have Acrobat.
Thanks for any tips.
arslan230 — 2014-06-20T01:45:01-04:00 — #2
You should install the software from google to fast scan.
molona — 2014-06-20T02:30:18-04:00 — #3
The only ones I know a big, multifunction network printers that I have at my office
ibersystems — 2014-07-01T04:26:31-04:00 — #4
you can try Ngenuity 9090DB 70ppm Bitonal Duplex 12x40" it scam 60+ ppm hope this can help you .
chavista — 2014-07-21T11:32:57-04:00 — #5
In case anyone stumbles across this thread, I wound up buying a Fujitsu ix1500 ScanSnap ($400-$500). It's pretty impressive - scans about 25 pages a minute, including double-sided pages. A little confusing to get up and running, but extremely simple to operate after that.
It can handle lightweight card stock, but it won't process folded pages; it apparently interprets them as two separate pages and tries to pull each one through separately. You'll definitely need a flatbed scanner to handle items the Fujitsu can't handle.
mittineague — 2014-09-10T20:43:31-04:00 — #6
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