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    the beign of authority kurt_der_koenig's Avatar
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    Jan 2004

    network capable scanner?

    I am looking for a network capable scanner with the ability to scanner multiple papers at once. I am look for something halfway decent under $1000, if possible.

    Thanks in advance....

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    AO's Filibustier Cheap Scotch Ron's Avatar
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    We use an HP 9200C. Flawless operation over the past 5 years or so.
    I think it's discontinued, but I see refurbs online for under $1K.

    Requires server software for configuration and licensing.
    Web interface to device.
    No desktop software required.
    Scan and save to file share or email.
    Last edited by Cheap Scotch Ron; March 25th, 2010 at 08:21 PM.
    In God We Trust....Everything else we backup.

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    Junior Member mogwai's Avatar
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    Hey Kurt ,

    If you are looking for a desktop / network compatible scanner . I would recommend the Fujitsu scansnap 1500s . Its a color scanner . Duplex scans , 20 page per min. The footspace is very minimal as well. This does require software running on a pc to confirm the scan drop location after the push scan.
    My users love this device and for the cost of about 400 bucks you can't go wrong.

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