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Canon CanoScan LiDE 220

Canon CanoScan LiDE 220

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5 years ago*
So far working well on my 32bit windows 10 installation, even after reboot. installed the latest driver strait from the website, before plunging it in. I didn’t even touch the included CD. Will update this if i hit the USB drop-out problems others have reported. Scanner dose nice quality scans for the pricer range (-sub $200nz) nice and detailed, auto exposure it good, colours seem accurate on first use. It dose however feel very light and flimsy. My last scanner was a HP ScanJet 3400c. Those are built like tanks! I would still be using it if it were comparable with win 10 and 64bit machines. Being USB bus powered dose mean i can easily move it about the house, if i need more space for big scanning jobs. Software dose its best to try hide the advanced options from the noobs, but there all there if you dig down a bit. Overall its probably the best current model flatbed scanner your going to get without negative scanning functionality, something i have little use for at the moment. Update. All working well. I wonder if the USB dropout is caused by The stupid "USB power saving" feature in windows. Something i usually disable on my machines. Doing so has solved many odd problems with all sorts of equipment.
*Edited 5 years