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ScanSnap S300M Clr 600DPI USB 10PG Adf Mobile Scanner
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- USB mobile duplex scanner
- Scans A4, A5, A6, B5, B6, business card, letter, legal documents
- Duplex scanner captures both sides of a page in a single pass
- High speed USB 2.0 connectivity (USB 1.1 compatible)
- Compatible with Mac OS X 10.3 and later operating systems including OS X 10.5
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This item: ScanSnap S300M Clr 600DPI USB 10PG Adf Mobile Scanner
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|Connectivity Technology||USB Cable||USB||USB||Memory Card|
|Operating System||Mac OS X 10.2.8, Mac OS X 10.3, Mac OS X 10.4, Mac OS X 10.5.1||Windows||Windows||PC, Mac|
|Dimensions||3.03 inches x 3.74 inches x 11.18 inches||3.03 inches x 11.18 inches x 3.9 inches||2.9 inches x 12.5 inches x 5.6 inches||1.7 inches x 10.5 inches x 2.2 inches|
|Item Weight||3.09 pounds||4.75 pounds||1.55 pounds||1.72 pounds|
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Following the quick start instructions to the letter, and I suggest you read them all the way through before starting, I had the unit up and running in a few minutes.
It doesn't take long to see the beauty of opening the unit and putting something in to be scanned, pressing the "scan" button and seeing the resulting PDF on your screen within seconds! There are many output and storage options as well, to fit just about any workflow application.
This scanner has become a key part of my day to day work, and I can't imagine trying to do without it.
The unit has a small footprint and for power has a power cord or it can be powered by the appropriate type of USB port making it portable as well. This small size makes the unit mobile, but the tradeoff is that you can't scan bound volumes.
Any group of pages I have loaded in the document feeder (and I have loaded as many as 11) have been scanned flawlessly in seconds.
This is a great product.
It's unbelievably small and light and unbelievably fast.
I'm an artist/designer/educator and I'm always clipping images and arcane bits of text. I sent odd size pieces of flimsy paper from the New York Times magazine without a hitch.
I love this product. It's one of the best purchases I ever made.
The text recognition software bundled in the 510M is a must have : it allow full text indexing with spotlight on MacOS, so you can recover an scanned invoice in a matter of seconds. On this 300M you need to name your files correctly.
Except that, 300M is a very good piece of hardware, silent, fast, reliable.
However, for document scanning, this scanner coupled with DevonThink Pro Office is a 5 star paperless office solution. If it is a piece of flat paper (or similar substance - I have successfully scanned plastic & thin metal as well!) it scans into your mac and DevonThink takes care of the OCR and document filing inside DevonThink's outstanding (again 5 Star) document archive/management software.
If you are truly wishing to move to the *practical* era of a "paperless office" This scanner and DevonThink are your complete solution.
What is really amazing? you can kick this puppy into "Hi Rez" mode (600DPI) and scan in photos that you can manipulate in photoshop and print on a 6 color inkjet printer at 8x10" print size with photorealistic results. NO this is not a dedicated 4800DPI professional scanner! But GEEZE! You are scanning photos on the road and on the fly :-)
This dinky thing is not much bigger than a large paperback book and:
* comes with a free (by mail) carrying case,
* CAN power itself off your MacBook/Pro's USB port
* (scans using USB power are @ 20% slower in my experience but who cares! you are scanning ANYWHERE and ANYTIME!Read more ›
Speaking for the scanner itself I am amazed at how fast it is scanning both sides of a page. The feed mechanism works well. Sometimes a skinny receipt will feed in skewed but the software corrects for that so it's not a problem.
The only thing I didn't like, which is probably a limitation of USB more than a design flaw, is that it requires two USB ports if you don't use the AC adapter. If you want to be truly portable, you'll use one USB port for power, and one for data. That's a pain to carry two cables but at least it makes portable scanning possible so it's a small complaint.
Overall, I love this thing and have recommended it to many friends...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works for both Windows and Mac. Works great on both. Use it all the time still going strong.Published 2 days ago by JoFu
Love this product! It scans like it says, in a snap! The only issue I have is that it broke from me banging it around in my backpack. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Benjamin LaBelle
An awesome piece of gear, especially for Mac users like me!Published 21 months ago by Damon La Scot
it gets a little frustrating and time consuming using this. Before you put in a small bundle (5 pages) of paper, you have to phsyically separate the sheets first or it will feed... Read morePublished 22 months ago by hannah
This awesome unit lasted 5 years of hard abuse and thousands of scanned pages. Replaced it with a new version.Published on December 1, 2013 by Disappointed
My ScanSnap doesn't leave my desk. It gets used at least 4 times a week to scan incoming paperwork that no longer clutters my file cabinet. Read morePublished on August 9, 2013 by Karl Rauscher
I bought this scanner in 2008 to use in my truck for my business. It is a bit beat up, but the darn thing still works like a champ with my MacBook Pro. Read morePublished on May 20, 2013 by Michael F. Wright
It's a well thought out product for the home and small business user. I use mine with my Macintosh and have been able to eliminate my paper files (utility bills, receipts, etc.). Read morePublished on April 20, 2013 by Stephen Heller
This scanner worked well for me for about a year of frequent use. I started receiving constant paper jams, even though there wasn't anything physically "jamming" the paper. Read morePublished on March 6, 2013 by Amazon Customer