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Brother ADS2000 High Speed Document Scanner, Black

Brother ADS2000 High Speed Document Scanner, BlackDescription

The ImageCenter ADS-2000 is a high speed desktop two-sided document color scanner with a 50 sheet capacity document feeder ideal for home or small offices. Highly versatile scanning to include business cards, ID cards, photos and receipts up to 8.5-Inch x 14-Inch (legal-size) paper and up to 34-Inch in length. Scan to destinations include: e-mail, file, image, OCR, USB memory flash drive and


Features

  • Scans up to 24ppm B&W and Color
  • Two sided scanning
  • Resolution up to 600dpi (optical)
  • Up to 50-page auto document feed capacity (ADF)
  • Scan a variety of document types including business cards and ID cards

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Brother Printer.

Brand: Brother
UPC: 012502632870
List Price: $399.99.
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3 Responses to “Brother ADS2000 High Speed Document Scanner, Black”

  1. Eric Slay says:

    Preface: I own a business that operates in several locations and I use document scanners on a daily basis. Over the years I have owned quite a variety of these types of machines and have had some good ones and bad ones. Out of all of them, my Fujitsu Scansnap s1500 has always been my favorite. This has just changed!

    I LOVE this scanner:

    Installation:
    Popped in the disk, installed the software, plugged in unit, hit scan button = 5 minutes from unboxing to results. Fast and easy.

    Software:
    When you run the software “ControlCenter4″ for the first time, you get a choice to default to “Home Mode” or “Advanced Mode”. Typically with software this is just a way programmers use to hide extra buttons that might confuse some users. In this case, however, they are two COMPLETELY different interfaces – they don’t even look like the same software.

    *Before going further with the interfaces, let me stop by saying many people, myself included, will…

  2. W. B. Halper says:

    For some time now, I’ve been digitizing twenty-five years worth of office files. I first started using a Fujitsu ScanSnap S510. When I acquired an Epson GT-S50, it pretty much replaced the Fujitsu…I wrote a review comparing the two. Now I have the Brother, it seems natural to write another comparative review. They’re sitting side-by-side on my desk and hooked up to the same computer. (Since someone asked: Windows 7, Intel i5-2400 processor, 16Gb memory, 128 Gb SSD primary disk and 4Tb of secondary disks. Both scanners are connected directly to separate USB ports without going through an external hub. I use PaperPort 14 to drive the scanners and organize the output files. This is my primary office computer, not a dedicated test system, so I have lots of miscellaneous crud loaded on it.)

    Installation: Both units, as you would expect, are well packed by their manufacturers and arrived safely. UPS crunched the Brother’s outer Amazon box, but the scanner’s box was…

  3. S. Smerud says:

    The Brother ADS-2000 does a great job, though just doesn’t quite live up to the price tag. I also have a portable Fujitsu SanSnap S1300, which has all the same features at a much lower cost, and also takes up much less desk space (in addition to being portable). The ScanSnap is a little slower and does have a smaller document capacity, so it’s not a fit for everyone.

    The ADS-2000 has an “auto” mode to detect color and page size. The auto detection for color works great, saving space by picking out the pages with color and scanning the rest in black and white, reducing the file size. The auto detection of page size didn’t work as well, adding around 1/4″ at the margins, and a line at the top of the scanned image.

    The scanned file size was initially huge. You can adjust the settings to reduce the size. However, the file size is over twice as large compared with the ScanSnap using the same settings (file type, dpi, etc.). One great feature is that the Brother…

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