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Compare The Best Fujitsu ScannersOctober 2020

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Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300

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$228.95

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600 X 600 DPI
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A4 / Us Lettermm
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Feb 2010
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Fujitsu ScanSnap iX1500

 
Supports colour scanning Duplex scanning  Multi feed detection
Supports colour scanning
Duplex scanning
Multi feed detection

$350.00

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600 X 600 DPI
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A4
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Sep 2018
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Fujitsu FI65F

 
Supports colour scanning RoHS compliance 
Supports colour scanning
RoHS compliance

$258.99

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Dec 2018
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Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100

 
Supports colour scanning Supports legal paper size  RoHS compliance 
Supports colour scanning
Supports legal paper size
RoHS compliance

$144.99

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A4 / Us Lettermm
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Aug 2018
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Fujitsu S1100I

 

$150.00

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1200 X 1200 DPI
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A4 / Us Lettermm
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Mar 2012
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Fujitsu FI7160

 

$690.00

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A4
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Oct 2013

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Fujitsu FI7030

 

$349.99

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A4 / Us Lettermm
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May 2016

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Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600

 

$571.73

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285 X 218 DPI
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Aug 2018

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Fujitsu SP‑1120

 

$223.60

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Jun 2015

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Fujitsu FI‑7260

 

$1,099.99

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Oct 2013

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Fujitsu SP‑1130

 

$339.00

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Jun 2015

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Fujitsu FI800R

 

$629.99

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Jul 2020

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Fujitsu FI7280

 

$1,913.24

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Oct 2013

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Fujitsu SP1425

 

$500.21

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Nov 2016

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Fujitsu IX500

 

$419.98

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Jun 2016

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Fujitsu FI6400

 

$3,999.00

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A3mm
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Feb 2015

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Fujitsu fi‑5950

 

$9,044.49

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Dec 2013

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Fujitsu N7100

 

$1,429.00

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Feb 2015

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Fujitsu fi‑7460

 

$2,399.00

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Mar 2016

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

QWhat is an automatic document feeder (ADF)?
AAn automatic document feeder allows you to 'queue' up multiple documents to scan - the device will work though each document one after another, scanning it and moving to the next.
QWhat is duplex scanning?
ADuplex scanning allows the device to automatically scan both sides of a document at once, meaning you don't have to separately scan the other side of the page.
QWhat are the pros/cons between an ADF, flatbed and handheld scanners?
AADF scanners allow for quickly scanning large amounts of material, and are usually the cheaper option. Flatbed scanners are slower, but tend to have a higher resolution, and are better for photos and graphics. Lastly handheld scanners are less powerful than their brothers, but are far less bulky, so can be used on the go.
QWhat is a mouse scanner?
AMice scanners are a subset of handheld scanners - they are fully functional mice, but also have a small document scanner built into the bottom of it. While the scanning quality isn't amazing, they are helpful for quick scanning of pure text.

Scanner Buying Guide

Scanners are devices used for digitising physical material such as documents and photos, and turning them into digital images for archiving, sharing and editing. They are extremely helpful peripherals, since they allow you to easily digitise large amounts of paper very quickly, meaning less clutter and mess on your desk! This guide will look at the major considerations when choosing a scanner, so you can find the device that is right for you.

There are several different types of home scanners available, though they can be largely placed into two main categories: flatbed or sheetfed:

Flatbed Scanners: These scanners consist of a large rectangular ‘bed’, onto which the documents are placed. The lid is closed, and the scanner runs the length of the document, creating a digital copy. These scanners tend to be slower than sheetfed models, and require far more deskspace when using.

However on the plus side they produce higher-quality scans, and are also better for scanning photos and delicate documents. Large-size flatbed scanners are also the best option for scanning large documents and photos (A3 and larger).

Sheetfed Scanners: These scanners look a bit like fax machines - a feed at the top of the device takes the paper and runs it past a static scanning unit. The paper is then discharged the bottom of the device, and a digital copy is generated. Because these scanners don’t have to fit the whole document at a time, they can be significantly smaller - indeed many sheetfed scanners are a fraction of the size of an average flatbed scanner. This means they are far easier to transport and store.

This portability comes at a cost - most sheetfed scanners aren’t nearly as powerful as their flatbed cousins, and so the scanning quality isn’t quite as good. However, for simple black & white document scanner, they should be more than sufficient. Therefore if all you need is to digitise your bills and invoices, a sheetfed scanner might be the best option.

Automatic Document Feeder

An additional extra mostly commonly found in sheetfed scanners is an automatic document feed (ADF). This is a system that allows you to place a stack of paper into the scanner, and the scanner will automatically feed in the documents, scan them, then eject them from the machine. This is extremely helpful for anyone needing to digitise a lot of documents at once, since you can queue 50 pieces of paper at once, and the scanner will take care of the rest. Not all scanners have this system, but it is worth seeking out if you routinely find yourself bulk-scanning documents.

Resolution & Scan Speed

As mentioned above, not all scanners scan at the same quality. The scanning resolution is measured in dots per inch - the higher the dpi, the better the quality of the scan. Very high resolutions also allow you to expand small photos into larger prints - something that is not possible with low-resolution scanners. High resolution is also important for retaining fidelity when scanning photos. As a rule 300dpi is perfectly fine for black & white text, but won’t suffice for photos - you will need something with at least 1,200dpi or higher.

It’s also important to consider the scanning speed of the peripheral. Different models of scanners can have extremely varying scan speeds - with some taking twice as much time to scan a page as others. The scanners on our site are measured in the amount of pages they can scan per second, split out into colour, black & white, photo, etc. While the speed may not make a difference if you only scan a single document every once in a while, if you routinely scan large amounts of paper, this can add up to a substantial time saving.

There can be a large difference in size between models of scanner - this is important not only for desk and storage space, but also because it affects what documents can be scanned. All of our scanners can handle A4 size paper and smaller, however it requires a specialist scanner to effectively digitise anything bigger than A4. For many people, this won’t be necessary - an A4 scanner will handle nearly all bills and important documents, and most photos.

Extras

Finally, there is a host of other considerations when choosing a scanner. These can include:

OCR Scanning: Some scanners come with software to perform Optical Character Recognition on scanned documents. This analyses the scanned image and picks out letters and words, turning the image into a readable and editable document. This is very important for anyone wanting to edit documents once they’ve been scanned, rather than just archiving them.

Film Scanning: Some advanced scanners contain the ability to directly scan film negatives and digitise them. While not a mainstream use by any means, it is a very helpful feature for digitising old camera film to keep the images safe.

Network Support: Most scanners connect directly to your computer via USB. However some have wifi, ethernet or bluetooth support, allowing them to be used wirelessly. This means that the document can be scanned from anywhere, and will be sent directly to your computer. This is helpful for offices, since the scanner can be in a central location, rather than being passed around from computer to computer.

Cloud Support: Related to the above - some newer network-enabled scanners have the ability to upload the scanned images directly to the Cloud, meaning they can be immediately be accessed by any computer, making it very easy to backup and share images all over the world.

Portability: Some sheetfed scanners concentrate on portability, making the device extra-small and including a carrying bag or case. If you frequently use your scanner while travelling, this may be a good option to consider.

Fujitsu Scanners

Fujitsu Scanner Prices

In total we found 24 Fujitsu scanners ranging from $139 to $9,045. On average, a new Fujitsu scanner costs $1,579 and 80% of Fujitsu scanners are priced between $224 and $4,284. The Fujitsu fi-5950 is the most expensive Fujitsu scanner that we found at $9,044, and the Fujitsu S1100I is the cheapest at only $140.

Price Range of Fujitsu Scanners

Fujitsu flat-bed scanners range in price from $140 to $9,044, and the third highest average scanner price out of all brands is Fujitsu flat-bed scanners with an average price of $1,579.

How Good Are Fujitsu Scanners?

We have analysed 42 expert reviews and 388 user reviews for scanners and used these reviews to evaluate an average rating for Fujitsu scanners of 84%. This makes Fujitsu the 2nd best rated flat-bed scanner brand according to customer reviews.

How Fast Do Fujitsu Scanner Prices Drop After Release?

Most scanners drop in price by 3% in the first 6 months after release, however Fujitsu scanners tend to depreciate faster. In the first 6 months after release, Fujitsu flat-bed scanners drop in price by 12% on average.

That means a saving of $127 on a typical $1,091 new Fujitsu scanner if you wait 6 months before buying.

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