ScanSnap S1300i Scanner

On September 27, 2012, in Review, Scanner, by Curt Blanchard

ScanSnap S1300i Scanner Review
Manufacturer: Fujitsu
MSRP: $295.00 (Street: $260.00)


Back at the dawn of personal computing, people began to talk about The Next Big Thing on the horizon—a paperless office. Computers would make our lives so simple that we would no longer need documents on paper. Decades later, this utopian state is still not a reality. Businesses deal with about as much paper as they always have. In our personal lives, we wrestle with ever increasing piles of invoices, correspondence, tax documents, and junk mail daily.

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Hewlett-Packard Photosmart 7280 All-In-One Printer
Company: HP
US $299.00

I’ve been a long-time user of HP all-in-one printers. My Photosmart 2710 has a reliable workhorse for me, in spite of a few small irritations.

While there are some drawbacks to having all your printing/scanning/copying/faxing eggs in one mechanical basket, I love the convenience of having only one box to deal with. When I was offered the chance to review the Photosmart 7280, I jumped at the chance.

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Scanning Photos

On June 12, 2004, in How-To, by Tim Robertson

If you already own a digital camera, you are well aware of how easy it is to share your pictures with friends and family either via email or your own website. With the popularity of home DVD creation software, it is also very easy to archive your digital photos to DVD, allowing you to view all your photos on your television. Much easier on the eyes than a photo album, and a great idea for large family gatherings.

But what about your older photos? With the popularity of easy to use scanners, be it an All-In-One printer-scanner combo, or a stand-alone scanner, isn’t it time to put that technology to use? Imagine having a permanent archive of every photo you own, or perhaps archiving your mothers photo albums!

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Scanning – An Introduction in 800 Words

On November 25, 2002, in How-To, Opinion, by John Nemerovski


A scanner is a stupid one-trick pony. It can only do one thing — transfer a digital image to a computer. Why are there so few songs about scanners, and why are they misunderstood?

If you are already comfortable with your scanner, computer, and software, go do something creative instead of rehashing material you understand. But if you feel you need assistance (or perhaps psychotherapy) due to problems with your scanner, stick around and learn how to become comfortable with it.


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