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Posted on 2004-09-22
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I've researched this for the past day and it's apparent that an ADF scanner with max doc scan of 11x17 is nearly impossible to find for less than $1000.  Features I'm looking for: 11x17 max size doc scan, 600 dpi, at least 24 bits, and definitely has to have adf feature.  The cheapest price I've seen is about $1800.  

Does anyone know where I can find what I'm looking for at less than $1000?
 

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by:Iggy79
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All I can tell you is I had a friend that worked in a legal office and he looked for a week and found nothing.  They ended up buying 5 vary $$$$$$ scanners.  There is just not a consumer need to drive the price.  Good luck though.
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Callandor earned 250 total points
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ADF is an expensive feature.  $1665 is the lowest I've found: http://www.mwave.com/mwave/skusearch.hmx?SCriteria=1833234
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by:Iggy79
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Did you find your answer?  I just wanted to check up on this issue.
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by:nelson97
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Yes, I'm going to use Callandor's suggestion.  It will be part of my suggested scanners to compare with.  Thank you !
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