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Visioneer 4400 USB Flatbed Scanner


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  • Optical resolution of 600 x 1,200 dpi
  • 42-bit internal color recognizes more than 4 trillion colors
  • PC compatible
  • Includes complete software bundle
  • Scans a wide variety of documents
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Product Details

Product Manual [309kb PDF]
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000054BE5
  • Item model number: 44001D-WU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 16, 2001

Product Description

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A scanner that meets your imaging needs and your budget's demands is a rare thing, but model 4400 from Visioneer manages to handle both. With an optical resolution of 600 x 1,200 dpi combined with 42 internal colors, the 4400 provides clarity and depth to all your scanned images from photographs and magazines to office documents and memos. The included software package covers all sorts of home office graphical applications including templates, document management, and data format conversions. You must have a USB connection for installation, and the cable and driver CD-ROM are included. At a total weight of just over 5 pounds and length of less than 1 foot, this is a scanner that can fit anywhere, even in cramped cubicles or home offices.

Visioneer includes a one-year warranty on parts and labor.


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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By "hyperbolic26" on February 11, 2001
This scanner is a steal at this price, especially for those new to the world of computer technology. The software included allows for a variety of projects, and is explained in lay terms that make the experiance that much easier. Though this scanners' price is a bargain, you get much more than you pay for. The set up is easy, just plug it in and scan away. The resolution is great, and for those photos where your badside is showing there are a myriad of editing options available, so you can always look your beat, even when you don't. I have also scanned documents and had great results. If you are looking for a home scanner this is a great bargain with top quality software, this is it.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Martens on April 14, 2001
I bought this scanner a week ago and have been pretty happy with it. I teach computer science at a small college, and my main use is to scan figures from texts and articles for lecture presentation -- the 4400 does this as well as any machine I've used.
The drawback as I see it is extraneous software installed on my computer. In particular, when I installed the scanning software, some other piece of software, BMCentral (great name, guys), was also installed. BMCentral immediately tried to set itself up as an Internet server, letting who knows who do who knows what on my system. Fortunately my firewall blocked it and issued an alert right away, and BMCentral was easy to uninstall.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 12, 2001
This is my third scanner b/c i had been terribly unhappy with the canon and epson i had bought before... they never worked. This is a miracle. I have been scanning and faxing non-stop. I love it. high quality and reliability. highly recommended.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By bluediamond on April 28, 2001
This scanner was a breeze to install, and the software is good, EXCEPT you should immediately uninstall the BMC bookmark program as it is annoying and takes up system resources. The resolution is great, and I have been able to make good quality images for print and the web with this scanner. I do web sites for a living, and needed a scanner at home for some work I do away from the office. At the office, we have an HP 5200C, and I find this Visioneer scanner up to par with the HP. The HP software is a little nicer, but ScanSoft is easy to use, and the image editing is not bad for those who don't have more advanced image editing software like Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro. I DO run an AMD processor, a 1 Ghz Thunderbird, so those out there that see the other review about the Athlon can be rest assured it works fine on a Thunderbird.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 17, 2001
Unit setup went well but when I tried to scan my computer couldn't find the scanner. After several calls (no toll free no.)and several hours of trial and error Visioneer admitted that they a problem running on an Athlon processor powered PC. I never got the scanner to work and sent it back.If Visioneer had been upfront in their specs I could have avoided this waste of time.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Bodell on June 19, 2001
The setup for this scanner was exetremely simple. (Make sure and follow instructions, it might mess up on you if you don't.) It only took me about 15 minutes for completely set it up, and within 5 minutes afterwards I had already scanned in 3 pictures! :-)
This is a great little scanner for home use. Don't expect professional quality, but do expect pretty gosh darn good quality. (Yes, I'm from Kentucky. :-D)
The software that comes with it isn't the tops, but it's not so bad. I myself use Corel Photo House 5, which came with my computer, and not the scanner. So if you can lay your hands on a low-priced copy of that software, that'd be great.
If you're wanting to use the scanner for professional publications, etc., I wouldn't recommend it, but if you just want to use it to scan in family photos to share with family, or on your website, then great! :-D
I do hope this review helped. :-D
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "zakir212" on July 29, 2003
I am a web developer and bought this scanner a few years ago ... when I was new to the computing world. The scanner works great if...
1. You are not running Windows XP
2. You do not want advance scanning options
3. You need 42 bit color and 600 x 1200
4. You do not to scan photos to print (Photo Printer is 1200 x 1200)
5. You do not need to scan negatives or slides.
If you are planning on using the scanner to archive family photos on a website, I would HIGHLY reccomend the scanner to you because of its price and very simple installation. If you are planning on using it for professional work or for printing photos, I would reccomend going a step higher for a better quality scanner. One downfall is the cords! The usb cord is built into the scanner is about 2.5 feet long. It is very hard to use unless you have a USB hub or a USB extention cable. The power cable is also very short (3 ft.). The software provided with the scanner is NOT native to windows XP and every time I plug my scanner in, my system has to go through the recognition process which is a pain. The scanner does have a TWAIN function that I use through Adobe Photoshop 7.0. It is very simple to use and very self explainatory. I would reccomend installing the drivers and then dumping all of the software that came with the scanner except the OCR program and MGI Photo Suite.
So.. I would reccomend this scanner to someone who doesn't want anything expensive, but something cheap, but not to somebody who is going to be editing photos professionaly.
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