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This scanner is a flatbed scanner which connects via USB and is also powered via USB. I bought it around a year ago at the price of $200 at Fry's Electronics.

This is what it looks like:



Features:
•Maximum image resolution of 12002400dpi
•Works with both Mac and PC computers
•Came packaged with Adobe Photoshop 5.0LE

Pros:
•Very slim and sleek, only one inch thick.
•Draws power through USB, so no outside power is needed
•Sharp, clear images with well-balanced color
•Good, light software for quick copies
•Nice stand included for vertical usage/storage
•For the most part it is a fast scanner even at higher resolutions

Cons:
•Slightly expensive for something I use only periodically
•USB cord doesn't snap in very well, it often comes unplugged accidentally

Bottom line: I would recommend this scanner because of all of its features and practicality. It was a nice looking scanner, but despite its practicality, $200 was too much to pay. They are going for about $35 on ebay, so if you are in need of a good scanner, I'd suggest snatching one.

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by DavisPhotog See Profile