[sane-devel] A very fast scanner supported by SANE (maybe Epson GT2500?)
rene at exactcode.de
Thu Feb 7 16:26:26 UTC 2008
Avision has special book scanners, that have a "zero edge / book edge"
feature, which mean one side of the scanner is specially formed to press
a book on:
and are supported by my Avision backend.
On Wednesday 06 February 2008 22:50:16 m. allan noah wrote:
> i personally have not used one, and they are quite expensive, but i
> understand that the Epson Perfection v700 or v750 are quite fast, and
> are reported to work with SANE.
> On 2/5/08, Alex Bernier <alex.bernier at free.fr> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I don't know if it is the right place for this question...
> > I'm blind and I want a very fast scanner supported by SANE, mainly to scan
> > books (it should be very fast for 300-DPI black and white scanning).
> > It's not easy to find information about performances of scanners. On the Epson
> > website, I found the GT2500 which can scan 27 PPM using an ADF. But I don't
> > want to use the ADF... Because I want to scan books, it's more useful for
> > me to know how fast the scanner is when using the "flatbed" mode. If someone
> > has an Epson GT2500, I would really apreciate if he/she can give me some
> > information about the scanning speed.
> > Or if someone knows about an other very fast scanner, suggestions would be
> > apreciated.
> > For the moment, I own an Epson Perfection 1640SU. It scans a page in 17
> > seconds, but it is old and I think there is better models now...
> > Regards,
> > Alex Bernier
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