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A document scanner is no longer optional equipment for lawyers. Here are the ones you should consider.
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.
OK, there, I said it. I no longer use a ScanSnap. I’ve used an Epson Workforce GT-S50 for over a year now, and it is a very good desktop scanner. Whew, it felt good to get that off my chest. This must be what its like to admit you are a Cubs fan. Empowering. I’m […]
The Panasonic KV-S1026C is unremarkable in every way. For less money, you would be much better off with a ScanSnap.
The ScanSnap iX500 is absolutely the desktop document scanner you should buy — and as a bonus: it goes mobile.
The Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S55 is nearly identical to its predecessor, with one important difference: ultrasonic double-feed detection.
The Kodak ScanMate i940 is an easy-to-use portable document scanner powerful enough to serve as a light-duty desktop scanner, too.
The Brother ADS-2000 had good looks, speed, and value — and a USB port for remote scanning, which you won't find on any other desktop document scanner.
According to the Wirecutter — which advice I generally follow — the Canon ImageFormula P-215 is the best portable scanner. Among its attributes: a 20-page document feeder, embedded software, duplexing, and speed. The Wirecutter called it close between the P-215 and the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i, but gave the edge to the Canon. I got a […]