|Kodak ScanMate i1120|
Kodak’s ScanMate i1120 is really a mid-range business scanner, rated at 20ppm and duplex, proficient at scanning each side from the paper inside a single pass. It features a conventional design for this sort of scanner, having a near-vertical tray in the rear and also a near-horizontal one in the front. There will be just two buttons upon the front panel, one to start out a scan and also the other, linked to some seven segment number display, providing ‘SmartTouch’ facilities – described further on.
The last button upon the front panel, even more of a catch, releases the scan head, which swings forward just in case of paper jams, though we‘d no issues with jams during our review. Behind are sockets to the external, black-block power supply, a pity this couldn’t be internal, and USB, to link to some local PC. There’s a power switch here, too.
Found out is pretty straightforward after you’ve clipped inside the input and output trays. Paper feeds coming from the rear towards the front from the scanner in an identical method to many inkjet printers, though it makes a relatively sharp turn from the bottom from the scanner and on your output tray. This means there’s a great deal of friction in between each new sheet feeding out and also the ones already resting upon the tray, which results in scruffy spreads of paper.
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