scanner Sheetfed color xerox documate 3115 review

The xerox documate 3115 is best understood primarily as a desktop scanner that can be used as a laptop, but is a little big and heavy for the role of 2.8 by 11.7 by 3.3 inches (DRC) and 2.2 lbs. Mounted in the dock, the combination is a typical size of a personal document scanner at 4.8 by 11.7 by 4.7 inches (HWD) with paper tray folds and 9.3 cm high with tray .

Also note that you can use the scanner in a sort of semi-portable. Buy additional platforms ($ 99.99 each way) and you can move the scanner between, say, home and office, and have an ADF in both places. You can buy the scanner without the ADF as well, for $ 299.99, with all the features of version $ 399.99 with the exception of the dock.
Configuring the 3115 is the norm. The only difference between him and most scanners is that you must learn to withdraw from the dock, press a button and rotating scanner and learn how to install it again by hooking the front the two tabs and rotation of the scanner. The first time I tried with the version of the Visioneer scanner, it seemed a little awkward, but with enough practice to install and remove the two go well.
Xerox DocuMate 3115 - Sheetfed scanner - Duplex - Legal - 600 dpi - up to 15 ppm (mono) / up to 15 ppm (color) - ADF ( 20 sheets ) - up to 500 scans per day - Hi-Speed USB - XEROX DM 3115 BDL MOB DUPLX 15/30 DOCK STATION

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