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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.
Choosing a laptop and document scanner isn’t covered in law school, but you can’t start a law firm without some basic hardware and software. To make it easier for you to get what you need without a lot of research, here is our standard list of recommendations. Obviously, this does not cover everything you need, but it definitely contains the basics—everything you […]
The Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 is the best portable wireless scanner on the market, but you probably shouldn't get one.
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 Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500 is “made for” Windows, and the S1500M is “made for” Mac. What that really means is that they are different colors and ship with the appropriate version of Acrobat. However, if you switch from Windows to Mac, you may not want to buy a new scanner. Easy enough; you just need […]
Clio just announced that ScanSnap users can now scan to Clio just by pushing the scan button, connecting your desktop scanner to the cloud. That’s pretty cool technology, especially considering the ScanSnap has been the scanner of choice for a few years now.
Document scanners may not be the most sexy peripheral, but it looks like they are getting a lot of attention this Spring.