Canon CanoScan N650U USB Flatbed Scanner
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- 600 x 1,200 dpi resolution, 9,600 dpi interpolated
- USB interface provides power, no AC adapter required
- 42-bit color depth, over 4 trillion possible colors
- Expansion top for scanning books and magazines
- Ultraslim, fits in most small office spaces
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Another handy feature is Canon's exclusive Z-Lid expansion top, which allows you to scan bulky items, such as books and magazines. Many other scanner covers lift only at an angle and become uneven and awkward when scanning anything that isn't completely flat; the N650U scanner cover includes a special expansion hinge that lifts up to 1 inch vertically and lies flat to create extra space.
Top Customer Reviews
This unit was incredibly easy to install (both hardware and software). The USB plug acts as both a port connector and a power cord! The unit is very slim and compact, takes up hardly any desk space. The software pack comes with a limited edition of Adobe PhotoShop 5.0-- for those of you who do not know, Photoshop is a professional photo editing package.
All in all, a very nice scanner package. 42 bit color and great 600 by 1200 DPI. Also, the scanner has the ability to scan items up to 1" thick-- like books.
The scanning is easy, you can open the software or you can use the 'one touch' button on the scanner. There are different settings, so you can customize what the scanner does when the one-touch button is used-- copying, faxing, scanning, etc. The scans are crisp, and the USB is much faster that traditional parallel port scanners. (I speak from experience)
Most people consider this an 'entry-level' scanner, but IMO, unless you're scanning satellite photos and trying to find the missle silos (haha)-- this is the scanner for you.
If you ARE looking for something with a little more *bang*, I also recommend the CanoScan N1220U- same size, same software, but higher DPI and a sleek metal casing. (costs more!)
A great buy.
i got the CanoScan N650U because of such overwhelming positive reviews, then i bought it and tried it - easy to install and started scanning. it is NOT AS GOOD as the majority online says it is. from the reviews i read, it was suppose to be quiet, fast and easy to use. well...it's not exactly that. i even contacted Canon, who said they would reply back with help in 2-3 days; it's been over a week.
it's almost louder than my old scanner, a Umax Astra 1220S and crashes alot more on Window2000! the N650U scans at a good speed, though i had hoped faster for USB. while i do admire it's size and design, i despise it's scanning program and even it's scanning ability, or lack of i should say.
the N650U only scans well if you have a perfectly flat object [99.9% paper material] on the surface. if u do not have a flat object and you scan, u will get the blurrest image!!! i'm talking about the slightest wrinkle in the paper, and the N650U will see it as a BIG blur! this scanner is ONLY for the flattest object, dont think of using it for magazines that are creased or such, you will get blurs at the crease.
compared to my 1220S, the N650U is a lost cause! the photos scanned do not appear as clear as my 1220S and have white specks on the scans, even after i cleaned the glass surface! while the N650U saves space, it doesn't save the user from agony and professional use. it is overall a waste of money unless you are a pre-beginner at scanning and only scan flat paper images, which turn out decent.
my 1220S does a good job of scanning everything! flat objects and 3D objects!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Can not use on Windows 8 or 8.1 system. no driver availablePublished 16 months ago by Dave Mitchell
Useless piece of plastic and glass... TWAIN problem eventually will render it useless - yes, it worked first with couple of my Windows XP machines (but, not even every one! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Vladimir Vinokurov
Good enough, reliable, had it over a year, good price, unexciting but then what scanner is - also a little bit fugly.Published 20 months ago by Rice
Bought this used for $35. Good condition, only needs USB power. No software or manual, just downloaded that from Cannon website. B & W scans are very sharp. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Peter Baugh
This thing is ancient. The installation disc says it will run on Windows 98 to Windows 2000 Professional. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Robert Andres
I recently found myself looking through Goodwill for a replacement for an All-In-One printer I had to leave with my roommate when I moved out of a previous apartment. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Francis Santos-Viola
I suppose it's always a good idea to ensure that a product is coming from a trusted seller. This scanner unfortunately arrived broken with the scanning mechanism jammed. Read morePublished on March 3, 2014 by Clare