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Old 04-25-2011, 01:34 PM   #6
Hugh Wyn Griffith
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With KT's tons of paper I would have thought that the 1500 wins hands down because of ppm.

I wonder what they charge for duplicating the software if KT needs both Mac and Windows capability?

My very first scanner was a flatbed business level Fujitsu scanner scsi connected and it was built like a Rolls Royce! Beautifully engineered but I expect everything is plastic nowadays especially at those prices. I think I paid £400 back in the 1980's and that was from a discount, surplus store! That would have been about $650 back then.

   
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