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Fujitsu Scansnap Sheetfed Scanner (S1300)

by Fujitsu
Platform:   Windows
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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Technical Details

  • Scanner Type: ADF (Automatic Document Feeder), Duplex color scanning
  • Scanning Modes: Color/Grayscale/Monochrome/Automatic Detection
  • Image Sensor: CIS (Color Image Sensor) X 2
  • Optical Resolution: 600 dpi x 600 (dpi)
  • Paper Chute Capacity: Maximum 10 sheets (A4 size at 20 lb or 80 g/m2)
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System Requirements

  • Platform:   Windows
  • Media: Office Product
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Description

Amazon.ca Product Description

S1300 - Automatic Document Feeder - Desktop - Color / Grayscale / Monochrome / Automatic Detection - LED - USB 2.0 - Color - 600 x 600

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pleasantly Surprised Oct. 5 2010
I was searching for a good scanner but am considering switching from a PC to a Mac so wanted one that worked with both. I actually purchased an Epson scanner first, but then quickly returned it when I realized it wasn't really designed for scanning smaller items.

The strength of the SnapScan is that it really can scan just about anything quickly and accurately. I've scanned 8.5x11 documents, 4x6 photos, receipts of varying sizes and have been pleasantly surprised with the results. It's easy to direct the scanning to create files directly to a drive without having to open them which really saves time.

I'm storing all of my documents on Amazon S3 using JungleDisk so I have (finally) achieved a paper-less office. Yesterday, I received my "paper mail" and within a couple of minutes had directed 100% of it to either the recycle bin or to the scanner and then, to the shredder with zero documents hitting my paper files.

Form factor of the device is great --- takes up very little space on my desk and actually looks quite sharp when it's in the closed position.

All and all, highly recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You get what you pay for April 11 2011
By Oleksiy
Definitely not the most budget-conscious purchase out there, but this is one of those situations where "you get what you pay for". Scan quality is exceptional (both color document and photos and black-and-white text with OCR - this printer handles PDFs like it was made for it; and to be honest it probably was made for it - there is even an Adobe PDF logo on its front bezel). Comes with a number of preset modes - photo scanning, document scanning, OCR, business cards, scan-to-folder, etc. I have tried all of them, as well as some custom settings (scan one side or both, higher/lower resolution) and they all work great, albeit photo scanning in highest quality mode can be a little slow, especially in USB-only mode. Only problem I noticed is that sometimes it will have a problem feeding smaller pieces of paper in, turning them slightly - but the software adjusts for it and straightens the scanned image when it's done. Also at times it does not correctly detect empty pages, especially if they are wrinkled. Oh, and it's a lot smaller than I thought it would be - in its folded state it's about the size of a carton of cigarettes, and looks very unassuming on the desk behind the laptop. Can even easily be packed with you when you travel
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic scanner. July 16 2012
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I have plenty of documents that I have been keeping for archiving purposes. I had wanted to get rid of all this clutter and digitize. This scanner came in very handy. Though the price is steep, if you are about documents, then this one will work very well for you.

What I love about this one is that it is also USB powered, so you don't need to drag a big brick. I've used the S1500 model and this is much smaller, easier to transport and still provides a fast scanning experience.

Well, well worth the price in my opinion. Enjoy.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Works well; no Linux support April 27 2014
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This scanner does one thing, and does it well.

I bought it to scan a few drawers' worth of archives. The sheet feeder works well unless the pages are torn or crumpled, and even then it is easy to scan them one at a time. Double-sided scanning is a huge time saver.

The device works on Linux but only in a basic way. I could not figure out how to change the resolution and other parameters under Linux, so now I dual-boot into Windows when I want to scan stuff. I tried using a virtual machine but the scanning process somehow took twice as long.
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