The Epson FastFoto FF-680W is tailored more to those who wish to digitize large quantities of photos due to it’s fast scan speed as it scans 4×6 photos at 80 ppm / 160 ipm. Epson’s FastFoto software helps you organize your photos as well as providing the ability to restore old photos. It is also a very capable document scanner as it is capable of scanning documents at up to 45 ppm / 90 ipm. Included with the scanner ...
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One of the latest models from Epson. Boasts a scan speed of 35 ppm / 70 ipm and can be used wirelessly. Nice thing about this one is the warranty. Epson offers a 3 year warranty which includes next day business replacement. Great for businesses that can’t afford much downtime should the scanner fail.
The DS-760 is a high volume scanner tailored for business use. Scans at 45 PPM / 90 IPM, which is slightly slower than the DS-860’s 65/130 scan speed.
The DS-860 is tailored more for business use. The document feeder has a capacity of 80 pages and it can scan a whopping 65 pages per minute (single side) or 130 IPM (front and back). Of course all this performance comes with a hefty price tag. However, if your application requires tons of scanning, it will quickly pay for itself!
From a specifications standpoint, the ES-500W is essentially the same as the ES-400, except it adds wireless functionality to the mix. Very useful if you scanner will be placed in a spot where wiring it up to your computer is not feasible. USB connectivity is also an option if you want to go that round. Like the ES-400, it uses a TWAIN driver, which is required if you’re going to be using this scanner to scan patient records for use ...
The ES-400 is compact scanner similar to the DS series it replaces. It works over USB only and like most Epson scanners, it uses a TWAIN driver, which is required if you’re going to be using this scanner to scan patient records for use with one of the many electronic health record providers.