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The ScanSnap iX500 is a bit over four years old, but it is still worth buying whether or not Fujitsu has an update in the works.
Law firms should avoid all-in-one printers, but may want to adopt all-in-one practice management software--just not the ones from Lexis and West.
A document scanner is no longer optional equipment for lawyers. Here are the ones you should consider.
Choosing a laptop and selecting a document scanner aren’t covered in law school. To make it easier, here is my “shopping list” for new solos. Just get what you need and get back to focusing on your clients instead of poring over practice management software reviews. Obviously, this does not cover everything you need, but […]
The Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 is the best portable wireless scanner on the market, but you probably shouldn't get one.
The Brother ADS-1000w and ADS-1500w are good scanners with a few flaws, and they would be a smart buy for budget-minded mobile lawyers.
The Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 is an attractively-priced overhead scanner for someone who regularly needs to scan books, notepads, delicate documents, and small objects.
The Panasonic KV-S1026C is unremarkable in every way. For less money, you would be much better off with a ScanSnap.
The Kodak ScanMate i940 is an easy-to-use portable document scanner powerful enough to serve as a light-duty desktop scanner, too.