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I haven't tried it but it should work easily. You don't even have to download its driver. I connect with up to 3 different computers and just interfaces through USB.
By Dexterity-UK on 21 September 2014
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Not really is designed to scan A4 sheets of paper, for that it works fine
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By Brad on 21 January 2018
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It will scan photos, up to around A4 size. I had a bunch of old photos and was able to load around 20 at a time. It will scan them to most file types (JPEG/TIFF/PNG/PDF) and you can change the resolution they are saved at. Because it's sheet feeder type scanner, there is always the risk that you will damage the photo … see more It will scan photos, up to around A4 size. I had a bunch of old photos and was able to load around 20 at a time. It will scan them to most file types (JPEG/TIFF/PNG/PDF) and you can change the resolution they are saved at. Because it's sheet feeder type scanner, there is always the risk that you will damage the photo slightly if the scanner is not completely clean. Also, some pictures end up having a very thin line all the way down them, when you get a bit of dust lodged in the scanner. Work with small batches, make sure the photos are dust free and wipe the scanner head with a lint free cloth between batches. see less It will scan photos, up to around A4 size. I had a bunch of old photos and was able to load around 20 at a time. It will scan them to most file types (JPEG/TIFF/PNG/PDF) and you can change the resolution they are saved at. Because it's sheet feeder type scanner, there is always the risk that you will damage the photo slightly if the scanner is not completely clean. Also, some pictures end up having a very thin line all the way down them, when you get a bit of dust lodged in the scanner. Work with small batches, make sure the photos are dust free and wipe the scanner head with a lint free cloth between batches.
By Goose on 02 December 2014
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