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Scanalizer Professional Sheetfed Scanner (600 dpi Optical - USB)

Scanalizer Professional Sheetfed Scanner (600 dpi Optical - USB)
alaScore 78

4 reviews

May, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Scanalizer Professional Sheetfed Scanner (600 dpi Optical - USB). The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Scanners for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Scanners the Scanalizer Professional Sheetfed Scanner (600 dpi Optical - USB) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: Billy Ristle (

NeatReceipts Scanalizer 2.5


Portable Color/Grayscale/BW CIS (Contact Image Sensor) Scanner

Attractive, compact design • Easy setup • Excellent remote sharing capabilities • USB port for additional storage

Relatively slow transfer performance • Mapped drives take longer to appear in My Computer • Requires replacement drives direct from Western Digital • Remote desktop and webcam access cost extra

Dec, 2006

Expert review by: Eric Butterfield (

Expense-Report Help


NeatReceipts' Scanalizer is a dedicated scanner for digitizing receipts.

Jan, 2006

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NeatReceipts Scanalizer


Scans and manages receipts, business cards, and, to a lesser extent, documents

Text recognition is for receipts and business cards only. Corporate accounting departments may still demand physical receipts

NeatReceipts scans receipts and keeps track of expenses—which may (or may not) let you throw out the physical receipts. And it's a good choice for business-card scanning too.

Expert review by: Kelly Hall (

The NeatReceipts Scanalizer Review


Besides rearing three rowdy (I mean precious) children, I am an independent contractor. What does that mean? I fat-finger expenses into Microsoft Excel and store piles of receipts, reports, business cards, and 1099s, just so I can claim my...

Feb, 2007