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Canon P-215 Scanner
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- Description du produit: Canon P-215, imageFORMULA
- Surface maximal de numérisation: 216 x 356 mm
- Résolution de numérisation optique: 600 x 600 DPI
- Profondeur d'affichage d'entrée de couleur: 24 bit
- Type de scanner: Alimentation papier
- Couleur: Noir
- Type de capteur: CMOS
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Description du produit
Marque : Canon
Type de scanner : Scanner vertical de bureau
Interface : USB 3.0, USB 2.0
Résolution optique : 600 dpi
Capacité du chargeur : 20 feuilles de papier qualité ou papier copieur (64 g/m²)
Dimensions (L × P × H) :
- Bac d'alimentation fermé : 285 (L) × 95 (P) × 40 (H) mm
- Bac d'alimentation ouvert : 285 (L) × 257 (P) × 174 (H) mm
- Poids : 1Kg
Vitesse de numérisation :
- Noir et blanc : En USB 3.0 : 15 ppm / 30 feuilles par minute ; en USB 2.0 : 12 ppm / 14 feuilles par minute
- Couleur : En USB 3.0 : 10 ppm / 20 feuilles par minute ; en USB 2.0 : 10 ppm / 10 feuilles par minute
Taille des documents :
- Largeur : 50.8 à 216 mm
- Longueur : 70 à 356 mm
- Épaisseur : 52 à 128 g/m² (0,06 à 0,15 mm)
- Numérisation de cartes : 54 × 86 × 1,4 mm (numérisation de cartes gaufrées prise en charge)
Type d'alimentation :
- Alimentation par bus USB 2.0 : 0,5 A (1 A en combinaison avec une alimentation par câble USB)
- Alimentation par bus USB 3.0 : 0,9 A
CARACTÉRISTIQUES DE NUMÉRISATION
Noir et blanc : En USB 3.0 : 15 ppm / 30 feuilles par minute ; en USB 2.0 : 12 ppm / 14 feuilles par minute
Couleur : En USB 3.0 : 10 ppm / 20 feuilles par minute ; en USB 2.0 : 10 ppm / 10 feuilles par minute
Résolution de sortie : 150 × 150 dpi, 200 × 200 dpi, 300 × 300 dpi, 400 × 400 dpi, 600 × 600 dpi
Fonctionnalités avancées :
- Prise en charge de la numérisation de cartes plastifiées et de cartes embossées
- Détection automatique de format de page
- Correction de désalignement
- Correction des couleurs 3D
- Découpe des couleurs (RVB)
- Amélioration (RVB) des couleurs
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If you're looking at the Canon P-215, there's a good chance you're also looking at the Fujitsu S1300. There's also a good chance you've read many glowing reviews of both. So which do you choose?
I own both the P-215 and the S1300, and I can vouch that both are excellent products. I'd go so far as to say they've changed my life because I work with a ton of paper and don't have a ton of space. Here are my recommendations. If only one of these statements applies to you, or all the statements that apply to you point toward the same scanner, then your choice is easy. If more than one statement applies to you and points you toward different scanners, then it's a bit trickier.
1a. You don't have a program that will organize and modify PDFs. WINNER: Fujitsu. The software that comes with the Canon is horrible, whereas the Fujitsu provides a nice file manager program.
1b. You want to do OCR but don't have a good OCR program such as Adobe Acrobat. WINNER: Fujitsu. As mentioned above, the software that comes with the Canon is horrible, whereas the Fujitsu provides a nice OCR program. More on the horrible Canon software later.
2a. You scan a lot of business cards and don't need/want OCR for those cards. WINNER: Canon. It has a great little slot just for business cards.
2b. You scan a lot of business cards and need/want OCR for those cards. WINNER: Fujitsu. See 1b.
3a. You have a USB 3.0 port that is free for you to plug your scanner into. WINNER: Canon. If you have a USB 3.0 port, then just plug one of the USB cords into the scanner, and you can do high-speed scanning.
3b. You have a free outlet on your power strip/wall and only one free USB port (2.0) on your computer. WINNER: Fujitsu. The Canon doesn't come with a power adapter. You have to buy that separately. You can scan with just one free USB 2.0 port with the Canon, but it's slow.
3c. You have two free USB ports (2.0) on your computer and no free outlets on your power strip/wall. WINNER: Canon. You can do high-speed scanning by plugging into both USB 2.0 ports. You don't need a power adapter and don't have one unless you buy it separately.
3d. You have one free USB (2.0) port on your computer and no free outlets on your power strip/wall. WINNER: Canon. The scanning will be slow, but you still can scan with just one USB 2.0 port. If you don't have a free outlet, you can't scan at all with the Fujitsu.
3e. You're in a situation in which you're on a laptop but don't have the laptop charger, but you do have an extra outlet. WINNER: Fujitsu. The Canon will eat up all your laptop battery because it's not getting power from anywhere else.
4. You want to scan a stack of legal-size paper or heavier paper. WINNER: Fujitsu. The pull-out easel--I don't know if that's the term--on the Canon is way flimsy, and legal paper doesn't go in as straight as it does with the Fujitsu.
5. You want to travel a lot with this scanner. WINNER: Canon. The Canon is smaller and more portable. Note, however, that when the easel is pulled out, the footprint on the desk is about the same because the easel stands up straighter on the Fujitsu.
6. You want a scanner that will last. WINNER: Fujitsu at least ties with Canon and may be better. I haven't used the Canon enough to test its durability, but I've scanned well over 15,000 pages on the Fujitsu, and it's still going strong. It's not like I've been particularly careful with the Fujitsu; many times I've accidentally forgotten to pull out staples, have yanked the paper halfway through a scan after realizing that I wasn't supposed to scan it, etc. Perhaps the Canon is just as durable, but if you don't want to take that risk, then I recommend the Fujitsu.
So that's a decision guide. Since this review is of the Canon scanner, here are some additional comments about it. I have Windows 7.
First, I strongly recommend reading both the User's Manual printed in the box and the Reference Guide on the Canon website. I find it odd that they give you a printed copy of one but not the other, considering that the Reference Guide is just as important, if not more so, than the User's Manual. I don't find either manual particularly clearly written, though.
As I mentioned above, the Canon software is horrible. If you want to install the software, do a System Restore first because you may regret the software installation; I did. I ended up removing all the software because it was such a pain in the butt. The Caputure OnTouch software didn't detect when I plugged in the scanner, nor when I pressed the button. The PaperPort program is not only confusing but annoying. You're bugged to register with the software company every single time. There's no option for it to stop bugging you. The software sets itself to Auto Start. It tried to auto-update but failed.
Instead, use the software that's stored in the scanner itself. It's described confusingly in the manual; it's actually much simpler. When you plug in the scanner and turn it on, it'll show up as a drive called ONTOUCHLITE. Open the folder in that drive, and click on the file called ONTOUCHL.exe. Set "Enable continuous scanning" to On and "Full auto mode" to Off. In the Scanner Settings, set Use Advanced Options to On and click the star next to the option. This gives you the ability to do most scanning functions without the nuisance of the software. If you want to modify the pdfs, use another software program such as Adobe Acrobat or the other PDF editing programs I mention in my review of Adobe Acrobat X Professional
I should mention that the ONTOUCHLITE software is annoying if you're scanning documents to different folders. You can choose your destination folder, but the "Save in folder" box is too short and doesn't show file trees. Unless you save everything to the desktop or to the main Documents folder, you almost always have to click Browse. It doesn't sound like a big deal, but trust me, it gets very annoying.
While I've ended the review on a negative note, I really think this is a great product. In fact, I bought another one as a gift for an accountant friend. I'm merely trying to point out the one big downside to the Canon that you should be aware of.
Full disclosure: I received a test model for review but was not otherwise compensated. As mentioned above, I liked this product enough to buy another one for a friend, so my 5-star rating reflects my true opinion. Because I have a test model, it's possible that the software problems described do not apply to non-test models.
After reading some of the reviews for Neato portables, I questioned whether the technology had advanced far since my first Visioneer. But before abandoning the project a second time I investigated other possibilities, with the following findings: You can spend several dollars on one of many scan "apps," designed to work with the camera of an iPhone or iPod (good for a couple of documents, maybe). In the 50-100 dollar price range you might pick up a Magic Wand (make sure your hands are steady and your patience long) VuPoint Solutions Magic Wand Portable Scanner (PDS-ST410-VP). In the 150 dollar price range there's a decent Brother personal scanner (looks good for occasional use and when on the go) Brother DSMobile Scanner (DS-600) and a wireless device called the Doxie (be sure to read consumer reviews as well as the maker's claims) Doxie, the amazing scanner for documents.
Getting to devices for the more "serious" user, there are several reputable scanners in the two hundred dollar range, above all the Fujitsu Scansnap S1100 Fujitsu SCANSNAP S1100 CLR 600DPI USB Mobile Scanner (PA03610-B005) and the HP Scanjet 1000 HP Scanjet Professional 1000 Mobile Scanner (L2722A#BGJ). These deserve consideration from users who plan to move about and travel, taking the scanner with them on business trips, etc. But besides size and weight, be sure to to note the presence or absence of features like duplex printing, drivers, automatic feed.
Once you're at the $200 mark, it's difficult not to notice what's available for an extra fifty to eighty dollars. The two scanners in this range that stand out--combining the convenience of a portable, USB-powered scanner with the features of a professional office machine--are the Fujitsu S1300 (Fujitsu is clearly the champ with Amazon purchasers) Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 Instant PDF Sheet-Fed Mobile Scanner (PA03603-B005) and the Canon P150 Canon imageFORMULA P-150 Portable Document Scanner(Scan-tini).
But wait! There's also the pictured machine, the Canon P215, the newest offering and one which, though slow to be discovered by consumers, is gradually rising in Amazon's sales rankings (it's moved ahead of the Canon P150 in just the past week). Admittedly, the feature differences between the two Canons are almost as small as the price difference. Size and performance of the two machines are practically identical. The P215 is .2" wider and 2 oz. heavier. The P215 comes with "Advanced Text Enhancement," "Character Emphasis," and several user-adjustable color settings not advertised with the P150; it has a "dedicated" card reader (which accepts thick, laminated cards as well as paper biz cards); its high-speed interface includes USB 3.0 along with USB 2.0; finally, Mac users can be assured that it's "Lion-ready." In short, the P215 seems slightly more "future-proofed" than the P150.
On to the showdown: Canon or Fujitsu? The Fujitsu S1300 accepts 10 sheets in auto-feed mode; the Canon P150 and P215 both accept up to 20 sheets ; the Canons have built-in Twain drivers for guaranteed out-of-the box plug-and-scan convenience; the Fujitsu does not. The Fujitsu includes an AC adapter; the Canons list it as an option. In sum, if I had any hesitation between the two brands, it was because of the Fujitsu's bundled OCR software program: the well-regarded ABBYY FineReader. But once I considered the two brands from a broader perspective, noting my satisfaction with my printer (Canon MP640) and camera (Canon SD780), the final decision became inevitable. ("PC Magazine," for one, seems to agree, rating it "best of breed.")
By the way you do not need an AC Adapter to utilize the high speed scan feature if your computer has a USB 3.0 port that is marked SS for SuperSpeed and you plug it directly into the computers USB 3.0 port. This will provide sufficient power for the high speed scan. Note: This is explained in the manual. If you only have USB 2.0 ports on your computer in order to utilize high speed scan you will need to do one of two things: Utilize the included USB to power adapter cable thus using two of your computers USB 2.0 ports or purchase the AC Adapter if you only want to use one of your USB 2.0 ports.