HP 7650N Scanjet Networked Document Flatbed Scanner
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- Scanjet Networked Document Flatbed Scanner
- Safely Transfer Scans Security features Such as SMTP and LDAP
- Bypass the Computer Transfer Scans to Any Network Location, No PC Required
- Send Scanned Files Directly to Email, FTP, URL, Web Browsers, Printers and more
- 21 Lbs (WxLxH) 19.21" x 6.38" x 13.39"
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HP 7650N Scanjet Networked Document Flatbed Scanner. Bypass the computer transfer scans to any network location no PC required. Seamlessly integrate into any existing networks supporting TCP/IP. Send scanned files directly to e mail, FTP, URL, Web browsers, printers and more. Safely transfer scans security features such as SMTP and LDAP authentication protect your digital files. Set up and initiate the network document server with an easy to use Web interface. Get a fully networked scanning and sending solution a scanner and document server with one system. Customize scan and sending profiles, using any networked PC, and access them with the touch of a button. Quickly and easily convert documents into digital formats PDF, JPEG, TIFF and more without a PC. Achieve fast, unattended scanning at up to 12 ppm 6 ipm, two sided using a 50 page automatic document feeder. Deliver clear scans of 3 D objects and more, using a flatbed scanner with HP dual sensor CCD technology. Save time with an easy to use, centrally located scanner that can be networked for multiple users. Scan books, ledgers, notes and more, using the flatbed scanner.
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While it might have been more aesthetically pleasing if the network interface was integrated it works flawlessly as it is.
Scanning to e-mail can be done by dropping the document in the feeder, pressing two buttons and then walking away.
The web interface is basic but very functional. You can connect a keyboard directly but unless you scan to different e-mail addresses all the time, you will not need it.
I was also afraid that double-sided scanning from the feeder would require manual intervention but it doesn't.
I have no regrets on this choice. Works great in a small office environment. That said, if you're going to regularly scan document of 100's of pages, especially double-sided, you may want to look at faster (more expensive) solutions also.
The auto document feeder gets jammed easily.
I ended up getting the HP N8460 which is MUCH bigger but worth it for the auto document feeder.