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Looking to buy first Scanner, Go with Epson or no?

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February 6, 2002 6:30:55 PM

Im looking to buy a New Scanner for my PC, My $$ Limit is around 250-300...What's the best choice for this amount..



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February 24, 2002 7:13:09 AM

I think both Epson and Canon make good scanner.

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February 24, 2002 12:00:38 PM

The Canon N1240U is an excellent scanner that includes Adobe Photoshop Elements (the enthusiast version of the professional Adobe Photoshop 6).

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March 26, 2002 10:48:27 PM

Canon is the way to go. Both excellent performance and terrific appearance

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March 27, 2002 9:19:44 AM

I have a Canon N670U. I had to buy it in a hurry for a project. It isn't the fastest and doesn't have a 14in scanbed. It is slim, powered via USB and rugged. It fell to the floor (bare terrazo) when my rickety desk collapsed. It is still working. I was convinced I had destroyed it. I just wish that Canon made one with a longer scan bed.

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March 27, 2002 6:36:59 PM

Yeah, I have the N1240U which costs a little under $200USD now. It's an amazing scanner. It uses no separate power supply (it takes power from the USB port), it's fast, it has excellent quality (although at higher resolution it picks up little particles of dust on the glass, and it includes Adobe Photoshop Elements.

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