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Old 12-22-2010, 09:25 AM   #3
Steve Rindsberg
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I ordered the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500 from NewEgg. It has 100 reviews, average 5-star rating, and most of the reviewers just *rave* about it; quite a few have used other scanners, quite a few have bought several of these for their offices. And in reading reviews for some other scanners, it's surprising how often you hear "Spend a little more, get the Fujitsu" or "I bought this to replace the Fujitsu we wore out. I should have bought another Fujitsu."

The only real drawback I see is that it doesn't have TWAIN or ISIS drivers; you have to use their own software. But I don't see any complaints about that, just that some folks want to use the scanner with their existing software and that's not generally in the cards.

I definitely want the date as part of the name for certain things, but date doesn't work for me as the primary lookup key. I'm *real* vague about dates.

"A new stove? Why think about a new stove? We just got that one." "Twenty-five years ago, just. Uh-huh."

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