Epson GT 15000 Reviews
Product Type: Epson scanners
Description:Model ID B11B160022 / Epson GT 15000 - Flatbed scanner - 297 x 432 mm - 600 dpi x 1200 dpi - Hi-Speed USB / SCSI / The EPSON GT-15000 delivers faster scanning speeds and greater efficiency to business and educational users. It can be networked or used as a standalone scanner, and ... more
Epson GT 15000 ... is an excellent solution for space-efficient paperless archiving. Brochures, proposals, quotations and faxed letters, as well as textbooks, maps, projects and photos can be scanned in vivid, sharp color at the touch of a button and shared across a network.
This scanner combines quality, simplicity and speed, with an output resolution up to 9600dpi for A3 documents and speeds of up to 10ppm in color and 16ppm in mono. It can scan originals up to full size A3/double A4 and differentiate between multiple items, so documents and photos can be captured at the same time.
The latest EPSON Scan driver software includes Home, Office and Professional modes and EPSON Scan can even be used as a standalone scanning application, or TWAIN driver for use with applications such as Adobe Photoshop. USB 2.0 Hi-Speed and narrow SCSI are included as standard (IEEE 1394 optional) while the optional Network Image Express Card can be added to bring high speed scanning to multiple users, just like a laser printer.
Newest Review: ... and found them to vary hugely, some taking ages, and others (including an A4 Epson SCSI scanner) being very quick indeed. It ... more
Customer Epson GT 15000 Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/06/11 (Very useful, 171 readings)
Last week at work I was told by a member of the IT department that there was a load of hardware which was going to be disposed of as no one was using it. They asked if any of it was useful to me, so I went and had a look. Sitting in amongst the many, many leads etc there sat an A3 flatbed scanner. Working as I do as a print designer and photograph restorer I thought this might be useful. I checked the connections, which included USB and made sure it had the correct power lead andaway I went with it. When I got home I did some research and it turned out that the scanner was an Epson GT15000 (it said it on it) and that to buy one new would have cost ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/04, updated on 05/10/04 (Very useful, 2505 readings)
This A3 flatbed scanner was purchased to compliment an older Epson GT12000 Scanner. The initial setup was very straightforward, being both SCSI and USB, with the USB being the preferred method mainly for the convenience of being able to switch on the scanner without having to reboot the machine (which has to be done with SCSI if it wasn't on at bootup), and also not having to take the case off the PC to install a SCSI card. It is also possible to connect it with an optional IEEE 1394 (Firewire) card, which can ... Read the complete review
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