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Fujitsu ScanSnap PA03603-B005 S1300 Instant PDF Sheet-Fed Mobile Scanner
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- Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 Document Scanner is designed to be the smallest Fujitsu multi-page duplex scanner for one-button ease of use
- Max Supported Document Size: 8.5 in x 14.17
- Optical Resolution: 600 dpi x 600 dpi
- USB or AC powered [Power Requirement:- AC Adapter: AC 100V to 240V, 50 / 60 Hz; USB Bus Power: 5V / 1A (0.5A X 2 Port)]
- Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year warranty
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|Item Dimensions||11.18 x 3.03 x 3.90 inches||11.18 x 3.90 x 3.03 inches||1.80 x 10.70 x 1.30 inches||12.50 x 5.60 x 2.90 inches||11.18 x 3.90 x 3.03 inches||11.90 x 2.20 x 1.40 inches|
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Take document scanning to a whole new level with the ScanSnap S1300 mobile scanning solution. Whether you're at home digitizing receipts, bank statements or term papers, or at the office capturing mission critical documents for a business trip, ScanSnap takes scanning beyond the desktop and into your world.
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Pros for the S1300 were:
Support for both Mac and PC (have both)
10 sheet ADF limit
Slower speed (10 ppm versus 20 ppm for S1500)
Lacks full Adobe Acrobat product
Ultimately I decided to "settle" for the S1300, but I'm very happy.
First, it turns out you can actually put far more than 10 sheets in the ADF. The important thing is that the first few pages feed well. The additional pages will fall into place if you've taken moderate care to stack them neatly. I've scanned documents at least 35 pages long with no trouble.
The "slower" speed hasn't been a problem for me. In the past few days I've already scanned inches worth of documents (7" stack is waiting to be shredded) - I anticipating being entirely paper free at work in a week. Ironically, work finally (after months of waiting) got me set up with a XEROX Workcenter 7346. I think the S1300 is actually faster for me, because I can multi-task while the S1300 chugs at my desk (fwiw, I am using a netbook to ingest the scans while working at my "work" desktop).
While I do love having a complete version of Adobe Acrobat, the software included with the ScanSnap lets you do most stuff that's really important - OCR, rotating pages, deleting pages, etc. I have found it's useful, when scanning a stack of documents, to take a moment after each scan to name the thing (e.g., yymmdd description). Renaming is a snap, just hit F2 and start typing the new name. No need to add the ".pdf" extension, that gets added automatically.
The business card software is nice as well, though I find I have to go through and QA the OCR "guesses." Since I haven't had a business card scanner before, I don't know how this compares.
Lastly, this little unit works great if you have a need to use it on the road. I had two multi-hour flight delays this week. I went ahead and set up the ScanSnap with my netbook and chugged through stacks of paper I'd been dragging around for far too long. So awesome that I could do so without any access to power (though I did find outlets so I wasn't draining my netbook).
Definitely recommend the S1300 for anyone who wants to go paperless!
I like the Scan Snap software, it is easy to use. I did not use the manual to figure it out(beyond checking what needed to be installed).
You simply select active Profile for your scanning task and then it is a one-click affair.
Scan to a file
Scan to Evernote (I had to configure, very easy to-do)
Scan to email
Scan to Card-Iris
Scan to Word
Scan to Excel
Could this get any easier?
Page Per Minute:
8 supposedly but if you turn on the special PDF feature to make the document SEARCH-ABLE then the PPM goes down or at least the post-scan processing takes slightly longer.
Small size benefits:
* I like the ability to take it with me to a meeting where I know I will want to share notes
* small footprint on my desk (I like this)
* when you fold up the trays the 1300 is just a tiny little box
Small size issues:
* the paper tray cannot hold as many sheets as the larger models
* guide rails are small and papers can sometimes get fed in at an angle if your paper is curling up a little, I have to assume that with bigger guide rails that would help keep the paper straight
* if you have the space and you want to be able to do large batches of scans I have to assume the larger SCAN SNAPS would be a better choice (they can process more PPM too).
power from USB:
* the option to power form two USB ports is pretty nifty
* this feature is useful for people that travel and do some serious word warrior computing
Lastly, my use case (so that you can determine if my advice applies):
* I am a GTD user and scansnap is part of my process of processing my inbox (getting to zero).
* I scan a lot of stuff to evernote (magazine articles/notes/project related documents)
* I scan all my bills and tax related documents to an encrypted folder
* I scan business cards and use card iris to send to entourage
* My goal of FILING less stuff is a success thanks to the EASE of use of the Scan SNAP
* my goal of shredding old files after scanning is a success
I own other scanners, and they are PERFECT for scanning a few important documents for a task but not for BULK SCANNING jobs. WAY too many steps and too slow! I strongly recommend SCANSNAP scanners.
I've also scanned photos, drawings, etc. and it seems to do a good job on everything. I rarely use the portability feature, though that does work well when I've traveled; I just got this one because it takes up less real estate on my desk (I keep it on top of the printer). It doesn't scan quite as fast as some of the bigger units, but it's plenty fast enough (about 5 seconds a page), unless you're frequently scanning massive documents. In 6 years of frequent usage it's never given me any trouble.