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    Win premium scanners with KYOCERA and Fujitsu

    The iX500 and iX100 up for grabs.
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    Re: Win premium scanners with KYOCERA and Fujitsu

    Entered, thanks.

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    Re: Win premium scanners with KYOCERA and Fujitsu

    Entered for a chance at the third place.

    Are people really buying separate scanners these days? Every printer I bought for like 10 years now has been able to scan.

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    Re: Win premium scanners with KYOCERA and Fujitsu

    On second read, I guess "Amazon vouchers" means "discounts on scanners that I have no use for". Any way to un-enter?

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    Re: Win premium scanners with KYOCERA and Fujitsu

    Nice prize, many thanks Hexus.

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    Re: Win premium scanners with KYOCERA and Fujitsu

    Quote Originally Posted by ET3D View Post
    ...Are people really buying separate scanners these days? Every printer I bought for like 10 years now has been able to scan.
    I carry a flatbed scanner with my laptop (perhaps the only advantage of a wheelchair is that the weight doesn't bother me). I tend to use it mostly for scanning from books though, which looks like a problem with both of these. Must admit I am curious how a scanner 27.5cm wide scans A3 though?

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    Re: Win premium scanners with KYOCERA and Fujitsu

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian224 View Post
    .... Must admit I am curious how a scanner 27.5cm wide scans A3 though?
    Two A4 scans and autostitch, according to the info PDF.

    On the other hand, among my collection of scanners, I do have a proper A3 scanner. Ruddy enormous great thing it is, too.

    As for scanning books, Kyocera/Fujitsu do do a scanner designed specifically for books and documents not suited to a standard flatbed, but it isn't part of this prize.

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    Re: Win premium scanners with KYOCERA and Fujitsu

    Quote Originally Posted by ET3D View Post
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    Are people really buying separate scanners these days? Every printer I bought for like 10 years now has been able to scan.
    I don't know about other people, but for me, that would be a 'yes'. For most people, the cheap 'n' cheerful scanner built-in to most MFP's would probably be perfectly adequate.

    But I've already got enough scanners (a dozen or so), so I too will pass on this one.

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    Re: Win premium scanners with KYOCERA and Fujitsu

    Quote Originally Posted by ET3D View Post
    Are people really buying separate scanners these days? Every printer I bought for like 10 years now has been able to scan.
    Yes!
    I've got an Snapscap 1300 (old model that sits between those two) and one of my most useful things I've bought for my PC.
    Random stuff comes through the door (credit card bill, insurance, pay slip, blah blah) drop it in the top and with one button it's all scanned (all pages, both sides) OCR is run over it and it's saved as a PDF in my google drive folder.
    Can now just search through everything for anything - no more missing stuff, or trawling through the boxes anything I thought important had accumulated it.
    Not just me though, found a few other people at work had been converted - and we'd all picked up Snapscans.

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    Re: Win premium scanners with KYOCERA and Fujitsu

    Le 31.08.15 anniversaire de mon petit fils quel plaisir cela lui ferait.

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    Re: Win premium scanners with KYOCERA and Fujitsu

    not something i would use, thanks to my works Laser printer.
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