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Scanner One Officially Launched its New Web Site Today

Scanner One officially launched its New WEB Site Today.

Scanner One is an Authorized Sales and Service Provider for Canon scanners, Fujitsu scanners, Kodak scanners, Panasonic scanners and Now Epson Scanners.

We specialize in business class scanners from entry level scanning to high end production scanners for organizations of all sizes. Our newest offerings of Rental Scanners will help even the smallest of offices get the back file scanning in the system to allow for a smaller scanner purchase to keep up with the day to day scanning.

We have launched the new web site to provide additional help for our customers and prospects to determine the right scanner for the needs of the scan job. Scanner One, Inc. also updated the web site to include scanner brochures for each scanner, ISIS/TWAIN driver download links for each brand of scanner. We also added a tab to allow our customers to write a review about a scanner allowing the next end user to read up on a product or service that Scanner One, Inc. provided.

The New web site will help consumers keep up with new product releases from Canon, Fujitsu, Kodak Panasonic and Epson, monthly deals on new and refurbished scanners, and to supply tips for keeping your office equipment in top quality condition.

Please contact us if you have any questions and we will be happy to email you or call you back with any information you need.

View ScannerOne.com and scroll through the scanners to find the one that best meets your speed and budget needs.

Service offerings from Scanner One, Inc. to include On-Site scanner Maintenance, In-house Scanner Service and Advance Exchange Service from Desktop scanners to Productions Scanners.

You can order all of the scanners easily online by clicking the links as indicated. www.scannerone.com

Which scanner is right for me?

Fujitsu 6130 High Speed Document ScannerOver the years we have customer who have purchased scanners and those units are just now being replaced by the end users or they are just not working with the current PC/MAC operating system.

How do you know what the right scanner is for you? By asking questions and looking at the past and the current needs we are able to determine the right scanner for your needs. These are just a few questions that we ask to determine the right scanner for your needs.

The most important thing to discover is what your current scanning needs are.

Most of the time we talk about the current scanner you have.

  • What did you like about that scanner?
  • What did you wish it had as your needs have changed over the years.
  • Do you scan the same types of documents compared to when you purchased the scanner
  • Is the current scanner fast enough for you
  • Do you have the need for a larger feeder capacity
  • Do you want to search for text on the document
  • Do you want to edit the text on the document
  • Do you have the need for 11X17 scanning
  • Will multiple people be using this scanner
  • What software are you currently scanning with?

We need to know in order to make sure the software supports the NEW scanners.

Keep in mind we know you probably liked the current scanner and usually have no problem going with the same manufacture all over again. With that said you may want to look at other manufactures just to make sure you are getting the best deal. Today the major scanner manufactures including Canon, Fujitsu, Panasonic and Kodak offer 90 day warranties, 1 year warranties and some even offer 3 year warranties.

The Progression of scanners over the years is hard to follow especially if you are not in the industry. At Scanner One, Inc. we have all of the scanners listed out to show discontinued scanners and then the scanner that replaced the discontinued scanner. In most cases we go back 3 generation of scanners and some cases 4 generations of past scanners.

An examples from Fujitsu would be the 4120/5120/6130/6130Z progression.

If someone purchased the Fujitsu Fi-4120 that scanner was 25 pages per minute. It was replaced by the Fi-5120 that was 25 pages per minute. The Fi-5120 was replaced by the Fujitsu Fi-6130 at 40 pages per minute and that unit was replaced by the Fi-6130Z again 40 pages per minute. Most people would say that is a huge progression over the years especially to go from 25 pages per minute to 40 pages per minute. The cost must have gone up dramatically. That was not the case, Fujitsu increased the speed of these scanners but did not raise the price of the scanners or the service for the scanner.

Canon is the same when it comes to upgrading the scanners. Take the 3060/3080/3080CII/4010/6010/M160. 

If you purchased the Canon DR-3060 at 30 pages per minute you were using a state of the art scanner. That unit was replaced by the Canon DR-3080 at 40 pages per minute. Then it was replaced by the 3080CII for USB Connectivity. That unit was replaced by the 4010C again at 40 pages per minute. Then the DR-6010C was introduced at 60 Pages Per minute. Again pricing did not go up and the scanner speeds did. Canon once again followed up with a 60 page per minute scanner at a lower cost. This unit is now called the Canon DR-M160. Most people have a hard time believing you can get a 60 page per minute Duplex Color scanner for under $1,000 (a grand) but you can.

The motto Canon USA is boasting is “MORE for LESS”. I have to say it is working for them.

If you are looking for a replacement scanner and just are not sure what scanner to purchase. Give us a call. We have all of the scanners on our site and can show you the progression from your older discontinued scanner to the current model. We can even cross reference current scanner manufactures to make sure you get the best scanner for your needs.

Don’t forget to ask about our award winning scanner service for your next purchase.

Thank you for your time,

Levi Longmore – President
Toll Free 888-395-8570 Ext 100

Canon DR-7090C Discontinued – Scanner One News

News: Canon DR-7090C Discontinued

On June 22, 2012 a notification was sent out by Canon to announce the discontinuation of the Canon DR-7090C scanner.  There isn’t a direct replacement being offered for the imageFORMULA DR-7090C at this time but there are some high speed scanners available which are capable of achieving similar functionality.  Some of the best document scanners with similar abilities are listed below.

Scanners with similar functionality to the Canon DR-7090C:

Below is a list of the similarities the two document scanners above have with the DR-7090C:

  • The Canon DR-7550C has a large feeder capacity of 500 sheets VS 100 sheet capacity of the 7090C
  • The Canon DR-7550C also supports up to 11X17 documents through the feeder
  • The Canon DR-6030C supports up to 100 sheets in the feeder same as the 7090C
  • The Canon DR-6030C also supports up to 11X17 documents through the feede
  • Duplex single pass scanning on the new scanners

Other document scanner brands similar to the DR-7090C:

  • Fujitsu Fi-6770/6770A
  • Kodak Truper 3210
  • Panasonic KV-S7075C or the KV-S7075C-V for VRS

Please note that Scanner One has a limited supply of the DR-7090C still available on a first come, first ship basis.  Scanner One will continue to offer service, spare parts, and support to anyone purchasing the remaining DR-7090C scanners in stock.  Please call 888-395-8570 for availability on the remaining DR-7090C scanners or to speak with one of our staff members regarding a comparable alternative.

Canon Discontinues Two More Document Scanners

Canon recently announced the discontinuation of the following two document scanners:

  1. The DR-2510C document scanner
  2. The Mac compatible DR-2510M scanner

I have personally been waiting for this to happen for over a year now. It did not make since for Canon to have multiple scanners by the same model number for the PC or the MAC environment. The only difference was the “M” after the model number for the MAC users. It was confusing for the buyers to determine the difference and what model to purchase.

Canon makes the purchase of a MAC scanner much easier now by introducing two new document scanners.

The Canon DR-C125 and the Canon DR-C130. These two scanners plus the Canon P215 will work on PC and MAC. Now Macintosh users have a suite of scanners ranging from 15 pages per minute to 30 pages per minute. The new Canon C125 and C130 reliably converts paper-based documents into high-quality digital images, and its compact footprint makes it ideal for any office environment be it a PC environment or MAC environment.

Canon C125 and the Canon C130 specifications:

  • Document feeder capacity of approximately 30 to 50 sheets
  • Fast Duplex Scanning (Double Sided at the same time)
  • Optical scanning resolution up to 600 dpi
  • B&W/Greyscale/Color Scanning
  • Scan long documents up to 118 inches in length
  • Plastic Card Scanning on the C125 (Medical Cards, Driver’s License)
  • Embossed Card Scanning on the C130 (Medical Cards, Driver’s License, Student ID’s + Embossed Cards, Credit Cards)
  • These document scanners have a Suggested Daily Volume of 1500 to 2000 scans

To gather more information on the Canon C125 or the Canon C130 Document Scanner for PC and Mac visit us online at http://www.scannerone.com/canon/

Scanner One, Inc. is service Authorized for Canon and we offer Replacement Roller Kits for all of the Canon DR Scanner line.

Feel free to call Scanner One, Inc. for any of your document scanner needs. We can be reached Toll Free 888-395-8570

The Canon DR-C125 Desktop Scanner

Canon Dr C 125 Scanner purchase online from scannerone.comIn most cases a document scanner like the Canon DR-C125 can be purchased for around $400.00 plus shipping.  These desktop scanners are amazingly compact and fast and will save you time and money with a more productive work staff.

When is a good time to purchase a desktop scanner?

In most cases it is a good time to purchase a compact document scanner when you find yourself saving your daily work just to make your way to the copier once or twice a day. The problem is you find yourself making additional trips because you have the need to copy or scan a single document right then to complete the task at hand. By having a document scanner on your desk you are able to finish what you started, continue the job or move on to the next task.

This is a great way to increase productivity in your home office or in the workplace. In our office everyone has a desktop scanner that allows our employee’s to be the most productive they can be and continue to produce great results for our customers.

Below we have included a few things that could help you in your office by purchasing the Canon DR-C125 document scanner.

Canon DR-C125 Features and Benefits

  • Space Saving design (Not to clutter up the workspace on your desk)
  • Fast scan speeds at 25 pages per minute
  • Scan front and back side at the same time
  • Included ISIS or TWAIN Driver Technology
  • Scan to E-mail
  • Scan to your printer (No longer walk to the copier to make copies, scan to print)!
  • Scan to Evernote or Microsoft SharePoint Cloud Applications
  • Scan drivers licenses or hard card insurance cards
    ( Did you know Canon has a patent on a technology called Folio Mode? This technology allows you to scan the front and back of any hard card or any type of document to include scanning checks, scanning driver’s license and scanning insurance cards and place the front and the back of the image on one sheet of paper).

The Canon DR-C125 is a great desktop scanner if you are looking to decentralize scanning or have a speedy way to scan documents at your desk without the high cost of doing business.

You can purchase the Canon DR-C125 online at Scanner One, Inc. or by calling us Toll Free 888-395-8570.  Our sales staff is always available and willing to help you make the right decision for your scanner needs.

Questions? Contact us here.

Canon DR-2010M Has Been Discontinued

The canon DR-C125 document scanner
Canon has announced the discontinuation of the Canon DR-2010M for Mac scanner. This document scanning unit has been replaced by the Canon DR-C125 PC/MAC compatible scanner.

 

The DR-C125 at a glance:

  • Single-click image quality adjustments with Full Auto Mode
  • Pre-defined Scan-To-Job buttons
  • Scan directly to cloud applications such as Microsoft SharePoint and Evernote™
  • Scans up to 25 pages per minute (in black and white, grayscale, and color)
  • Can handle a variety of document types (Plastic ID Cards, Embossed Cards, and Driver Licenses
  • Long document mode (for documents up to 118” in length)
  • Meets ENERGY STAR guidelines
  • Scanner repair service contract available
  • Works on PC and MAC Platforms

To review the full specs for the replacement scanner please visit the DR-C125 information page at ScannerOne.com.

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