Kodak’s i3300 Scanner – Accurate Enterprise-Volume Document Scanning on Steroids

Editors' Choice

  • PROS

    Fast scanning. Excellent optical-character-recognition (OCR) accuracy. Massive input capacity. Supports tabloid-size and larger pages. Robust, easy-to-use software.

  • CONS

    Slow at saving to searchable PDF.


    The Kodak i3300 is a fast, high-volume document scanner, and it comes with excellent full-featured scanning and processing software at a competitive price.

[amazon_link asins=’B01EA1SMK4′ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’a3332d13-c42a-11e7-816f-19220ead3847′]Positioned between the Editors’ Choice Kodak i3250 [amazon_link asins=’B01M1O2VIQ’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’d0f2254b-c42a-11e7-8ffd-c57d6a091242′] and the highly capable Kodak i3500 [amazon_link asins=’B06XF467TL’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’e07f50fd-c42a-11e7-a30a-21997713aa19′], the Kodak i3300 Scanner ($4,495) is one of Kodak Alaris’ i3000 series of heavy-duty, high-volume document scanners. Like several of its siblings, the i3300 quickly and accurately scans one-and two-sided documents up to tabloid-size (11-by-17 inches) and beyond. Compared with some other document scanners we’ve tested, it’s a bit slow when scanning to searchable PDF, but not enough so to detract from its suitability for midsize-to-large document-management systems. That makes it a highly sensible choice—and our new top pick—as a wide-format high-volume document scanner for large workgroups and medium-size offices.
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