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Xerox 7600

Xerox 7600
alaScore 87

99 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Amazon.com review summary for Xerox 7600

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 54 user reviews of Xerox 7600 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Scanners on Amazon.com.

74% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Xerox Mobile Wi-fi ScannerXerox 7600 Ultra Slim Portable Flatbed Scanner 1200 DPI USB with One Touch Technology (X76007D-WU)Xerox 7600 - Flatbed scanner - 1200 dpi - USB

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Xerox 7600

 

Xerox 7600 flatbed scanner is affordable, color scanner for Windows users. See where it ranks at TopTenREVIEWS.

The Xerox 7600 has a relatively low retail price

The USB port is not the fastest and the image resolution is not competitive

The flatbed scanner competition has eclipsed the Xerox 7600.

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Xerox 7600i review

 

Others, like Plustek's OpticBook series, have special features that make them particularly adept at scanning thick material like books. Other times, the reason is simply faster higher quality scanning for a limited asking price. And that's where the...

While the Xerox 7600i isn’t going to win awards for the quality of its colour, it produces very palatable scans, and generates them in a surprisingly short amount of time. It won’t be troubling the £100+ models, but for those who’d like to improve upon...

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Xerox 7600i

 

A straightforward budget scanner but with an above average scan engine and great software.

Portable, with no separate power supply ; Three programmable one-click buttons ; Better scans than typical AiO

1,200ppi maximum resolution ; Poor Modulation Transfer Function (MTF) results ; Some colour cast noticeable

OmniPage 17 is one of the most accurate applications of its type and once recognised pages can be saved in a wide variety of different formats, including searchable PDF.

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Xerox 7600 scanner

 

Get both documents and photos in digital form Xerox has a close relationship with Visioneer, a company that has long been know for its range of scanners, and the 7600 is a flatbed in this ...

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Xerox - 7600

 

When Canon first introduced its LIDE flatbed scanners, they were the only devices on the market to be USB powered and ultra-slim. Then Xerox brought out its 7400 model, with a similar design to the LIDE. ...

This is a neat and effective scanner, with a good software bundle to support it. As a general-purpose scanner for home and small office, it's quick enough, has reasonable resolution and saves power, compared with most externally powered scanners. It's...

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Price is right

 

Good scanner for the price.

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Great Scanner for the Price

 

Early in the usage cycle, so I can't speak for long term. But so far, this product is performing at or above expectations, especially for the affordable price I paid.

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Great Scanner for the Price

 

Early in the usage cycle, so I can't speak for long term. But so far, this product is performing at or above expectations, especially for the affordable price I paid.

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Xerox is the original copier

 

When we copy a document, we say we xerox a document. All others are mere copies of xerox.

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Great value for the price

 

I love the compact size - about the size of a laptop. I don't like that it doesn't ship with Windows 7 software...you have to go to the website to get that, so forget about its CD. And the blackness of the inside of the lid shows through ordinary...