ScanSnap S300M Unboxing Video

ScanSnap S300M Unboxing Video

A while ago I picked up a Fujitsu ScanSnap S300M. In case you’re also thinking of getting one, I made a video of the “unboxing” where I take it out of the box and go through everything that is included in there.

One note: at one point I pull out a USB cable and say that I’m not sure what it is (like I said, this is a true unboxing!). Obviously it’s the USB power cable that you can use if you want to plug it into your computer instead of into the wall to get power. Duh.

I’ll have a full review of the ScanSnap S300M soon now that I have been using it for a while, so stay tuned for that.

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Brooks Duncan helps individuals and small businesses go paperless. He's been an accountant, a software developer, a manager in a very large corporation, and has run DocumentSnap since 2008. You can find Brooks on Twitter at @documentsnap or @brooksduncan. Thanks for stopping by.

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lami - May 27, 2009 Reply

i will try the higher setting. and if it still feels that the scan quality is substandard, the amazon is hearing from me for a replacement. it is a good scanner otherwise!

thanks guys. this Internet business rocks — i just took a chance posting on this rather old post, thinking somebody will see it!! 🙂

Brooks Duncan
Brooks Duncan - May 26, 2009 Reply

Sorry, I don't have experience with the S510M so I can't say whether or not it scans at higher quality. That would be pretty surprising though.

lami - May 26, 2009 Reply

can anybody comment on whether default settings in S510M Vs S300M are expected to lead to poorer quality scan in S300M?

i have a S510M and purchased a S300M. disappointed with scan quality. wondering if the piece is defective or i should expect lower quality.

Anybody?

racerx90 - May 26, 2009 Reply

Not sure what you mean by poorer quality scan since I don't own the S510M to compare the two, but you can always adjust the image quality in ScanSnap Manager. You could always check to make sure they're both on the same setting in the software. (Might not help, but just an idea.)

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