So we know that the Fujitsu ScanSnap is ready for Mountain Lion, but what about some of the other popular document scanners? Let’s see how ready they are for OS X Mountain Lion a week after release.
NeatDesk & NeatReceipts
According to this forum thread, an update for Mountain Lion has not been released at the time of this writing, but it is coming in “the next week”, which would make it by August 6. Hopefully then NeatDesk and NeatReceipts for Mac will be good to go.
Canon imageFORMULA P–150 and P–215
When I go to Canon’s Mac Compatibility list or the P–150 product page, I don’t see Lion support or any drivers available. When I go to the P–215 product page, when you go through the wizard and choose “10.8 Mountain Lion” as your OS version, it does bring back a driver updated at 7/23/2012.
I found this forum thread where someone said his P–150 worked in Mountain Lion, so there’s that.
Do you have a P–150 or a P–215? Please leave a note in the comments and let us know how it is going with Mountain Lion.
Doxie and Doxie Go
Doxie and Doxie Go, according to this tweet are fully compatible with Mountain Lion. Make sure you grab the latest version of the Doxie software. The software does, at the time of this writing, run into Mountain Lion’s GateKeeper feature, so see this Twitter exchange with awesome DocumentSnap Doxie Go winner Bob Connelly to see how to get around that.
It is not clear to me whether this video of a Doxie chasing a mountain lion is in any way related.
If you go through their Mountain Lion wizard, it gives instructions for updating to Mountain Lion, so who knows.
If you use the Epson GT-S50 on Mountain Lion, please leave a note in the comments with how it is going.
That’s a roundup of the most common scanners that DocumentSnap readers use. If you use another one, let us know in the comments how things are going on the latest Cat.
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