Epson V100 Photo Perfection Flatbed Color Scanner


#1

#2

Does this have Vista Support?


#3

refurbished…nah


#4

People still buy stand-alone scanners?


#5

wahoo! I need a scanner!


#6

Does anyone ever buy a standalone scanner at this level anymore?


#7

Does this work with a Mac?


#8

i really do not need a scanner, but i know someone that does.

Mac users!!!look you can use this!!!

High-rise lid opens to 180 degrees for scanning large objects and also allows 3D objects (up to 25mm thick) with the lid closed

thats sounds cool…iam for 2… alot of b-days coming up


#9

http://www.google.com/products?q=Epson+V100+Photo+Scanner&btnG=Search+Products&show=dd
Froogle


#10

not much use to me like a scanner come on? they make all in one now.


#11

how fast is this? i want a scanner that can scan in 2 seconds flat.


#12

USB 1.1 !!!

Seriously? It is 2008 right?


#13

So, seriously how’s mac compatability, and is it a decent scanner? I’ve always wanted to go through all of the old negatives we have in boxes and scan them in to the computer, but honestly for a refurbished model this seems expensive.


#14

Stupid question, but is it USB 1.1 or USB 2.0?

Does a driver CD come included?


#15

I believe so, here’s a link to various drivers.
http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/support/supDetail.jsp?BV_UseBVCookie=yes&oid=72343&infoType=Downloads

Edit: It has Mac drivers at the bottom, so those should work too.


#16

Froogle


#17

I couldn’t scan photo slides before; it was whack
But this scanner can, plus it works with a Mac
Or Windows, if Windows is more your style


#18

Doesn’t anyone read?


#19

you need to actually read. It’s usb 2.0 for xp, 2000 etc… 1.1 was for old os’s that can’t detect 2.0


#20

Sure It may be 3200×9600 dpi scanning resolution with automatic gizmos and usb 2.0, but can it do this?