Fujitsu SCANSNAP S1100i MOBILE SCANNER PC/MAC
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- Create a searchable PDF file with the touch of a button with USB powered S1100i
- Scan paper as small as an inch up to 34 inches (863mm) long
- Scan to an editable Word and Excel file; create searchable keywords with a highlighter
- Business card and receipt scanning softwares
- Cross-platform compatibility for PC and Mac
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Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100i Mobile Scanner
At a Glance
- Create searchable PDFs with the touch of a button.
- Scan documents from 1 to 34 inches long.
- Scan to an editable Microsoft Word or Excel file.
- Scan a color document in 7.5 seconds.
- Business card and receipt scanning software included.
- Dual Scan - scans two small documents simultaneously.
- Automatically stitches a two-page spread.
- Supports scanning plastic cards.
- USB powered.
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The new Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100i is the lightweight companion for front-side document scanning at home or on the road. Whether scanning receipts, contracts, recipes, or plastic cards, ScanSnap takes scanning beyond the desktop into your world. Weighing only 12.3 ounces, the S1100i brings personal scanning to your Windows or Mac computer.
Intelligent Scan Correction
ScanSnap converts disorganization into order with intelligent features that work behind the scenes to correct images so you don''t have to. Features such as auto color detection, crop & deskew and rotation help you reduce paper clutter.
More Efficiency with Dual Scan
Scan two small sized documents, such as business cards or receipts at the same time.
Automatically Stitch a Two-Page Spread
Even charts and diagrams larger than A4 can be scanned. Just fold it in half, scan both sides and the S1100i will automatically stitch it back together.
USB Bus Power for Ultimate Portability
The ScanSnap S1100i is powered through one USB port connected to the computer, so there is no need for a power cord.
Compatible with PC or Mac
The ScanSnap S1100i works on both Mac and PC operating systems, making flexibility and portability a breeze.
Quickly and easily synchronize your scanned documents between ScanSnap Organizer on your computer and the ScanSnap Connect App on your mobile device using Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive. ScanSnap Sync automatically synchronizes scanned documents between your computer and mobile device, giving you more flexibility to manage your scanned data.
Productivity Software for Mac and PC Included
CardMinder Business Card Software
ScanSnap S1100i can quickly scan business cards, extract the content information and place it into editable fields that can be exported to Address Book, Excel, Salesforce, and other contact managers.
View, manage and edit PDF and JPEG files scanned with ScanSnap. Organizer allows you to convert scanned PDF files into searchable content, embed custom keywords, attach to email and remain productive with paperwork long after it is scanned.
ScanSnap Receipt allows users to easily scan and extract information from receipts, and export the data into CSV for easy tax filing. ScanSnap Receipt also supports multiple languages and currencies.* For PC and Mac.
*Supported languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian. Supported currencies: USD (United States Dollar), CAD (Canadian Dollar), GBP (Great Britain Pound), EUR (Euro), RUB (Russian ruble), AUD (Australian dollar).
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The ScanSnap S1100i Mobile Scanner- Takes document scanning just about anywhere! At nearly 12 ounces, the new ScanSnap S1100i is the lightweight companion for front-side document scanning at home or on the road. Whether scanning receipts, contracts, recipes, or plastic cards, ScanSnap takes scanning beyond the desktop and into your world.
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HOWEVER, one thing you need to know is that this is a simplex (single side) scanner. The S1100 is about $65 higher priced, and that is because it is a duplex (double sided) scanner. If you don't mind turning the sheet over and feeding it again, this will work fine for you.
This is an update to my original review below. I've had this scanner for a few months, and it went from bad-to-worse. . . . Fortunately I found the support phone number today in the information included with the documentation. They answered quickly. . . the guy was nice. . . sounded like in the U.S. . . . and . . . eventually. . . he asked me if I had a different cable I could try. Though I had a few that wouldn't fit. . . I eventually found one in a box that would fit. . . and. . . TA-DA. . . Now it works like a charm!!! No "issues" at all. Previously it would take form 3 - 10 tries to get a receipt or any other paper to scan. There was a software update a couple of weeks ago, and I thought that might help. . . but. . . it made it worse. It stinks that I got a faulty cable with a new scanner.. . but that's what happened. Nonetheless. . . now I'm a "happy camper".
Several observations. . . . .
First of all, I'm SO glad I just happened upon a website where I guy sells a .pdf "book" that's the "Unofficial ScanSnap Guide". (Google it) There is little documentation with this scanner, and you're kind of just "bumbling around" trying to find out how to use it. . . and this guide makes it SO much easier.
One of my main reasons for purchasing this scanner was to be able to scan receipts. . . . especially from office supply stores, grocery stores and drug stores. I donate a lot to charity and need to keep all of these receipts. They fade over time, so I wanted to have something that would work with this. I did research and though there were other options. . . some of them a bit less expensive than this scanner. . . but they didn't have good reviews when it came to scanning receipts. . . especially LOOOOONG receipts. But the reviews were good for ScanSnap when it comes to this. I have found that indeed scanning receipts, even looooong receipts, is fairly "painless" but not completely. First of all, it will scan 34" only. So if you have a receipt which is longer (and some of mine are) then you will need to cut the receipt. Not too big of a deal as you can combine them in the software. Second, the scanner wouldn't always accept the receipt. I would try it a couple of times, and then finally unplug it. . . wait a few seconds. . . plug it back in. . . and then it would start working again. Personally, I'm really not surprised, and this isn't really much of a "negative" for me because thermal receipt paper is really thin, so if I have to unplug it every now-and-then. . . . so be it.
Software that comes with the scanner. . . .
The receipt software does a good. . . but not perfect. . . job of finding the information on the receipt and placing it into the right boxes. . . but again. . it's not perfect, so you have to go through and check each one. I'm not interested in the actual items purchased. I just need information like the name of the store. . . date. . and amount. . . If you want it to, then the software can try to read the items that you purchased, but as you know from looking at receipts, that's not really going to work very well. But again. . . not what I was looking for anyway. You have to check each receipt. Once you've checked it, then it "disappears" so you know that it's been checked. Of course you can always view all of your checked receipts as well. You can also "split" receipts if you made, for example, both a business purchase and a personal purchase on the same receipt. You can also combine receipts. For example if the receipt is longer than 34", and you have to cut it, then you will need to "combine" it in the receipt software. But it's quick-and-easy. One thing that I really love is that previously I was manually entering all of the information into a spreadsheet. Now it can simply be exported from the receipt software.
For "documents" there is the "ScanSnap Organizer". This is separate software from the receipt software. It's a bit like a "filing cabinet". You create different "filing cabinets" and then different "folders". So you can sort everything. You don't have to use "ScanSnap Organizer" and can simply have scans go into whatever folder in Windows you want. But it just makes it a little easier, I think. The only "disadvantage" of using "ScanSnap Organizer" is if you want to be able to search the writing on your documents (OCR), then "ScanSnap Organizer" can only search documents that you scan through ScanSnap. You can add other documents from other sources to "Organizer", but you will not be able to search the content in those documents in "Organizer". Again, to me, at least right now, that's not an issue.
I don't deal with a lot of business cards. . but if you do. . . there is software that comes with it called "CardMinder". You can scan business cards into it and then export the data to Outlook, or lots of other things.
You can directly scan to email. . . . as well as other things such as Dropbox, Evernote, Sugar something-or-the-other, and so on.
ScanSnap scanners are not "TWAIN" devices. This means that software can not directly access your scanner. For example, WinFax faxing software can not directly access your scanner. But the "unofficial guide" gives you a "work around" that is really about the same thing. It's just as quick-and-easy to do it the way the "unofficial guide" shows you as it would be if the software you're using had direct access to your scanner.
This is kind of "funny". This scanner doesn't scan both sides at the same time (duplex scanning). The S1100 model does, but it's a little more expensive, and I don't really need it. I can turn the paper over if I need to. ;-) But the "unofficial guide" writer mentioned something that makes it easier . . . and I had NO idea that this scanner had this. He kept talking about "lifting the top". I didn't know there was a "TOP"! Well. . . . There is. Not one picture have I ever seen with the "top up". The "top" is the black "lid" where ScanSnap S1100i is written. Put your finger along the edge and it will pop open. When the top is "down", then the paper feeds straight through from one-side-to-the-other. When the top is "up" then it fees in-and-up. So you simply turn the page over and feed it back in. This does two things. #1, it makes it a bit easier if you need to scan both sides of a piece of paper. #2, it makes it nice if you have little space on your desk for paper to go in one side and out the other.
The quality of the scans are good. Though you "can" scan pictures, it's really not the type of scanner you want to scan pictures. A flatbed scanner would probably do a better job. But it certainly can be used for scanning most pictures.
The software is certainly not "pretty". But so far it does the job.
As for the scanner itself. The only thing that I don't really like about it is the "door" along the front. If the "door" is closed, then it unit is off. If the "door" is open, then the unit is on, and the "door" acts as the page guide. But the "door" is very "flimsy" and there's no "latch" or high-powered magnet to keep it closed. If you're going to carry it around, then I can only assume that the "door" is going to "flap open" constantly. . . and you'll eventually break it off. You're going to have to keep a rubber band handy to keep it closed. . . which is ridiculous. . . but true.
One last thing. . .If you're going to be scanning items which need to be folded (like paper which is too large to fit into the scanner) or paper that's perhaps torn. . . . anything that might not go through easily. . . . . then you're going to need a "carrier sheet". Fujitsu, the maker of ScanSnap, makes these (see link below). You can also find other brands of them as well if you search Amazon.
Fujitsu PA03360-0013 SCANSNAP CARRIER SHEET 5PK
I was initially on the fence going for this scanner because there was a cheaper "Brother" brand scanner that was a little over half the price of this one. But after receiving the product and using it for less then 10 minute I knew I had made the RIGHT CHOICE!
This scanner is great, but here are a few specific standouts:
(1) it's fast and feeds well; the rate at which it will scan a color document at 300/600 dpi is awesome, no more then maybe 6 seconds? This is a huge improvement over my last scanner, which was a flatbed CannoScan LiDE 60... which was kind of old anyway, so maybe not the best benchmark. I like how it can take doc after doc to create a multi-sheet PDF. Which brings me to my next note...
(2) awesome software. Typically I hate installing software from manufactures because lets be honest, typically not very efficient and very bloated. And while the ScanSnap software is heavy (a few hundred mb) what it can do is well worth the trade. The software allows this product to "dual scan" where you can take two smaller documents (like business cards) and scan 2 AT THE SAME TIME, while the software will recognize each object as its own scanned file. WOW. The software can also port directly to its complain software for general archiving and card management, as well as to dropbox, google docs, saalesforce, ABBYY... etc.
(3) and just more from an aesthetic.. this thing looks nice. (who doesn't like blue LEDs?)
The only con I have with it is that while it looks nice, it is plastic, and I sometimes worry that i'm going to rip either the feeder tray off or the guide tray off... but that's more of me just being clumsy.
All-in-all a great buy. If you're looking to move paperless (which is why I bought this) this is the way to go. You get what you pay for!