[access-uk] Re: SCANNERS

Hi Ian,

A friend of mine recently purchased an Epson scanner/printer. I can't 
remember the model number but he got it from PC World and paid ninety odd 
pounds for it. The feature I liked about it over my own Epson 1650, is that 
the lid is hinged along the length of the machine and is detachable which 
should be helpful when scanning large books. I was also quite impressed with 
the scanning speed but not the printing which seemed very sluggish. When he 
bought it, my friend was told by the salesman it was capable of printing 14 
pages per minute so it may be he's got it set up for printing photos. If 
there's a PC World near you, it might be worthwhile paying them a visit 
before checking on EBay.

Best.

Robert.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ian Macrae" <ian.macrae@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, November 12, 2004 12:02 PM
Subject: [access-uk] SCANNERS


Hi all,
I'm thinking of asking Santa to bring me a scanner for Christmas to
replace my big old HP Scanjet beast.  I'm particularly keen to be able
to get good scans of books of all sizes.  I know that people have
previously recommended certain Epson models on this list.  Can someone
remind me which please?  Other than that, are there any others which
people would highly recommend?  And are there any to specifically avoid?
Lastly, are there any which work particularly well with K1000?

Cheers now.

Ian

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