|Productafmetingen||11.18 x 3.9 x 3.03 cm; 1.4 kg|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Nee|
|Ondersteunde software||Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, Windows XP,Vista,7,8/8.1,10|
|Batterijen wel of niet meegeleverd||Nee|
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Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i Documentenscanner (600 dpi, A4, USB 2.0) zwart/zilver
|Je bespaart:||€27,70 (10%)|
|Prijzen zijn inclusief btw.|
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|Afmetingen van item (L x B x H)||11.2 x 3.9 x 3 centimeter|
|Gewicht van item||1.4 Kilogram|
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- Automatische originele invoer
- A4 (21 x 29,7 cm)
- Optische resolutie: 600 x 600 dpi
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Artikel: D-2284730000Categorie: Hardware-scannerFabrikant: Fujitsu TSPart nr.: PA03643-B001EAN: 4939761304668Opmerking: De ScanSnap driver ondersteunt noch de TWAIN noch het ISIS-protocol. Scanprocessen kunnen niet rechtstreeks door TWAIN of ISIS gebaseerde toepassingen worden aangestuurd.
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- Searchable PDF output
- Temperamental with pulling multiple pages through at once
- Installation program failed, had to cancel connection, update software, despite downloading the "latest" version from the website, then repair the connection
- Image quality is OK, but a bit fuzzy
This is a one-button device; it does not even have a power switch but powers ip when the lid and feed support is opened. There are two power options, via USB or mains adapter and both ultimately plug into the same socket. The scanner is USB 2.0 and does not have a Wi-Fi option. It is auto-feed only and there is no ability to scan a book or magazine page in situ. Its scan path is slightly bent at about 120 degrees and is safe for most documents if not on very thick paper and photographs. The scan head and feed assembly can be released and raised to clear any misfeeds and for cleaning - a kit for which can be purchased.
The machine is simple to operate and will allow up to 10 sheets to be stacked. The paper support needs to be extended one section at a time and the final one lifts and folds out. The single button, blue when ready, is used to start and to stop scanning and most of its functioons are controlled by its software suite which must be installed first (with Windows). Its software is DVD-based and both Mac and PC although the applications may differ from one OS to the other. One of the programs installed is an Updater package and you will probably find that there are updates to be installed.
The software suite is extensive and includes versions of DropBox and Evernote, both of which came as part of my PC's software suite so did not need additional installation. The ScanSnap Manager is its main interface and manager and it allows scanning to various software and locations, including support for several MS Office applications. I was surprised to find thet 'Scan to Email' was not included although it was included in the description a major reason for purchase and in preference to several less expensive alternatives. It is an addable option, as indeed are many others, although few need be used.
Curiously, although the DVD includes a facility to read the various hardware and software manuals, the PDF files appear to be well hidden. However, they were individually saved to my hard drive for ready access whenever needed and more conveniently than having to find and reload the disk. A printed safety guide is included but not the product manual (one of the PDFs) which would have ben more useful.
Although the scanner and its leads could be carried within some laptop cases together with a laptop, some may prefer a separate case. It is a little wider than A4 at about 29cm in width, 8cm high and 10cm deep without its leads so any case would need to be sizeable.
A very usable machine that needs minimal desktop space.
Then when it finally installed it was easy enough to scan to the computer but took a long time to work out how to scan to Evernote, which is what I bought the scanner for. In the end, I accidentally worked out how to do it. It seems the old software they show you in the adverts has been replaced with a poor alternative that you need a rocket science degree to work out. I'm glad I persevered because it is a great scanner. I like that it can automatically title your scan for you - saves a lot of time. Let the paper-free life commence!
Basically this is a scanner for salesmen on the road who get given loads of A4 printouts. It will run off a USB socket. In his hotel at night, he can just feed in a wodge of 8, press a button, and a PDF, colour or mono, will pop out the far end. You can, of course, scan as many pages as you like; but the feeder only allows 8 to be loaded at a time.
Quality is very good. The software is a little quirky but you quickly learn to create a desktop shortcut to the Scansnap folder where the PDFs appear.
The only thing to dislike is the creeping inflation of the price. Unless I mistake, older versions were below £150. This is 30% more, at £200. At the first price everybody should have one, in a plastic bag in the car boot. At £200? Um... that price has crossed a threshold.
Otherwise it's simply marvellous. I hardly use my flatbed scanner any more.
The output PDFs are not searchable but OCR software is supplied. However I use Adobe Acrobat Pro 9 instead.
The bundled software is excellent and can produce several formats including (usefully) searchable PDF allowing copy and paste of text. The default settings are adequate for most things but may need to be tweaked for fainter receipts. It's easy to use and I cannot recommend this machine highly enough if you need either a compact or portable scanner.
I have found only one minor software bug relating to the automatically generated date formatting but that is trivial and does not affect use. The software works with WinXP, 7 and 10 (I have used it with all 3).