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Visioneer Ultra-Slim OneTouch 7400 USB Photo Scanner (74007D-WU)

3.7 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

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Technical Details

  • Minimum RAM: 512 MB

Product Description

Visioneers ultra-slim OneTouch 7400 USB flatbed scanner is perfect for the photo enthusiast. Includes a specialized hinged lid for scanning thicker items such as bound books, magazines and 3D objects. The 7400 USB scans images at up to 1200 dpi and 48-bit internal color. USB 2.0 powered and compatible with 1.1 ports, no power supply needed. Features Nuance PaperPort with Built-in OCR, the industrys leading document management application. Use PaperPort to organize your documents, add sticky notes or highlight important points. Includes ArcSoft Scrapbook Suite to edit, retouch and enhance images quickly and easily.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 14.8 x 10.1 x 1.5 inches
Item Weight 3.3 pounds
Shipping Weight 4.7 pounds
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ASIN B000UU46L4
Item model number 74007D-WU
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3.7 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #172 in Electronics > Camera & Photo > Printers & Scanners > Flatbed & Photo Scanners
Date first available at Amazon.com July 7, 2004

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By David Eminizer on February 3, 2010
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This is a great scanner for full-size paper documents. Not so great for photos if you want really good, clear, crisp photos. If you just want to slap a photo on the web or your digital picture frame, it's fine. It is very nicely made. The features I liked the most are that it is a USB connection, and that it will scan a full-sized sheet of paper even though it is small and thin. It's barely bigger than an 8.5X11 sheet of paper. The photo editing software (Photoimpression) that comes with it isn't that great either, but adequate once you get the hang of it. I can set the resolution for 300 dpi prior to scanning, and the photo still isn't that great. I also can't get the "one touch" function to work either. It did work the first time I tried it, but then wouldn't work anymore. No problem though, you can just control it from the menu on your computer monitor. It also doesn't seem to like to be disconnected and reconnected. Everytime I've done that, it won't work and just gives error messages until you reboot your computer. As simple as it seemed to be, I did encounter a problem when trying to load the driver (and I am a 30+ year IT person); it didn't seem to load entirely successfully, but works. If you want a scanner that is compact; that connects via USB; and that will scan full-sized documents and do a decent job on photos, you can't go wrong with this one for the price.
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For 4 years, I've owned a Visioneer 7300 VISIONEER 73007DWU SCANNER VISIONEER 7300 1200 DPI, which is the immediate predecessor to the 7400. The 7400 has essentially the same specs and appearance as the 7300. The difference? Only the 7400 supports Vista.

Pro: it works OK in light duty home service- I use it mostly for imaging receipts and so on for TurboTax and Quicken. But there are 2 Cons:

1) closing Quicken always generates an error from the Visioneer software complaining about qw.exe - it's benign except for having to close the dialog box each time
2) Visioneer has no plans to update the 7300 driver to spport Vista- will the 7400 be similarly stranded in 2 years or so when MS replaces Vista?
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I had a HP scanner that lasted less than a year and it went clang clang clang and quit scanning. That HP one was a BRAND NEW ONE. I'm sick of buying new scanners so frequently so I decided to take a chance on this beauty. Not only does it NOT REQUIRE A PLUG and runs off of USB entirely, it scans much better than my plug-in (and USB plug too) HP scanner. The installation was a snap and it works great. I have Windows 7 with a 64 bit system so yes I highly recommend it. The dealer sent this ULTRA FAST using UPS and I can't believe I already got it and it's running just fine at such a great price. KUDOS to this fine product and the dealer Dahmart!!
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I purchases this scanner for work to replace a Visioneer 7300 that I had been using. There are two of us that often needed to scan in documentation and that Visioneer 7300 had served us well. However, when we were upgraded to Windows 7 machines, we found out the 7300 was not compatible and hence my search for a new machine.

This scanner is a nice piece of hardware - it is powered off the USB bus, meaning no extra cords, and the buttons on it's face do exactly what you want them to do. It was very easy to setup, install, and use, and if you need to move it around, having just the single USB cord to take with you is nicer than dealing with a power cord and data cable.

The included software is reasonably easy to use and the scanner's actual output is fantastic for my use (mostly high resolution scans of black and white documents).

The negatives? The USB port on the scanner is in an awkward location - instead of it being at the rear, near the hinge, it is up front. This means that much of the cord length is wasted in laying along side the body of the scanner itself. I believe this was done because the "brains" of the scanner is near the buttons, so that's why the USB cable plugs in there. The only other part I found annoying was the registration process online for the software. It seemed cumbersome and not at all intuitive. If you can figure it out without having to clink around, well you're a better man than I!

Overall a good scanner for the money and is serving me well!
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Cannot believe how simple it was to install(5-6 minutes). Scanned documents are stored in Adobe Reader and as clear as the originals. I haven't tried scanning pictures,yet. I love it!
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This seems to be the only scanner that will work with 64 bit Vista OS. We bought an HP, which is the computer brand, but it didn't work. All we had to do with this was download drivers for 64 bit and we were back in business.

The software is easy to use, but that's the only type of scanner I've ever used. Highly recommend for 64 bit Windows Vista OS.
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I bought this to replace the Visioneer OneTouch 9520 Photo scanner (95201D-WU) I bought for my second computer upgrade to Windows 7 and it works some what better on the W7 OS than the 9520 model did; not perfect but better..
Like the Visioneer OneTouch 9520 Photo scanner (95201D-WU), I still get random error messages during the preview scan and I still can not get it to crop the image automatically like the Scanner and Camera Wizard did in XP Pro.
I also bought this model for my first Windows 7 upgrade to replace the 7300 model that was not compatible and it seems to work fine on it (but I don't do a whole lot of scanning on it like I do my work computer)..
It is a space saver compared to the bulky 9520 model..
Overall, it will suffice for now.
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