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21. Microtek C893 18" LCD Monitor
list($99.99)
22. Microtek ScanMaker 4800 Scanner
$229.89 list($249.99)
23. Microtek ScanMaker X12USL Flatbed
$163.55 list($249.99)
24. Microtek ScanMaker i300 Flatbed
25. Microtek ScanMaker 4850 Scanner
$592.22
26. Microtek ArtixScanDI 2010 ( 1108-03-550001
list($86.99)
27. Microtek ScanMaker X6 Flatbed
$419.75
28. Microtek Artixscan DI 1210 ( 1108-03-550011
list($139.99)
29. Microtek Scanmaker X6El SCSI Color
list($899.99)
30. Microtek Artixscan 4000T 35MM
list($79.99)
31. Microtek Slimscan 3 (EPA)
32. Microtek C997SD 19" LCD Monitor
$1,499.00
33. Microtek Artixscan 120TF Scanner
$699.95 list($1,499.99)
34. Microtek ArtixScan 4000tf Scanner
$150.75 list($179.00)
35. Microtek Adf-600El 10Pg Adf Doc
$358.99 $348.95 list($379.99)
36. Microtek ScanMaker X12USL Office
$531.88 $399.00 list($599.99)
37. Microtek C788 17" LCD Monitor
$575.21
38. Microtek 997M 19" LCD Monitor
$501.99 $493.75 list($599.99)
39. Microtek Artixscan 4000t Scanner
40. Microtek 815C - flat panel display

21. Microtek C893 18" LCD Monitor
list price: $479.99
our price: $403.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001NA3GM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 13671
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The C893 from Microtek is an ergonomic 18-inch LCD monitor with advanced digital controls and a crisp onscreen image. With its 1,280 x 1,024 (SXGA) resolution and 0.279 mm dot pitch, images are accurate and true-to-life, while a 400:1 contrast ratio and 200 nits of brightness provide easy-to-read text and graphics. The anti-glare screen coating helps cut back on harmful reflections and eye-strain, and 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles provide a wide range of visual clarity. A -5 to +35 degree tilt lets you adjust the monitor position to suit your viewing environment.

Onscreen menus access a number of monitor functions, including brightness, contrast, color, language, auto adjust, and auto balance. A slim 17.7-by-9.7-inch footprint fits onto even the most cluttered of desktops, while plug-and-play compatibility makes setup quick and easy. The AC 110-240V power supply consumes about 48 watts of power during normal operation and meets Energy Star standards. Compatible with PC and Mac operating platforms, the C893 also comes backed with a three-year limited hardware warranty.

What's in the Box
Monitor, base, RGB video cable, power adapter, power cord, documentation ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 SXGA maximum resolution
  • 0.279 mm dot pitch
  • 160-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles
  • 200 cd/m2 of brightness, 400:1 contrast ratio
  • PC and Mac compatible, 3-year warranty

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars The price is certainly right
If you've been holding off on getting that LCD monitor because of the big price tag... well, you could always keep on waiting until the prices drop even lower. But if you're watching your wallet and you just can't settle with 1024x768 on a 15 inch, here's your next best bet.

So far, my impression of the C893 has been a good one. The box is well padded and the monitor suffered no damage during shipping - the first thing I checked for was dead pixels, and (maybe surprisingly) I couldn't find a single one. Images are nice and crisp at 1280x1024, and while some may cringe because this is as high as the monitor will support, I find higher resolutions to be a bit difficult to read anyway on a comparably sized screen, so I wasn't bothered any. There really isn't any reasonable difference in size between this and a 19" monitor, either - I imagine you could tell most of your friends it's 19" and they won't give it a second look. I'm actually rather impressed with the image quality, especially considering the big price jump when you add that extra inch onto the diagonal.

I can't say much for the C893's design, though. Admittedly, a small part of getting a snazzy new LCD monitor is for looks - and while the controls on the monitor are functional and give you access to a standard OSD menu, the strange zig-zag button design might be a turn off for some. Auto-adjustment is decently intelligent, but of course you can always do a better job yourself. And, contrast at 400:1 is fine, but you can certainly tell the difference between this monitor and a similar LCD with a contrast ratio of 600:1.

Just keep in mind, you could always pay for more "oomph" if you want to. But if you're hunting for a good sized LCD and price is your main concern, the C893 is a great value and definitely worth considering. ... Read more


22. Microtek ScanMaker 4800 Scanner
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005OL94
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 13968
Average Customer Review: 3.13 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 5 Smart-Touch Buttons
  • True 48-bit input & output
  • 2400 x 1200 dpi optical resolution
  • LightLid 35 adapter included for 35mm slides & filmstrips
  • USB interface

Reviews (31)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple interface, easy install, lots of features for good $
I was thoroughly impressed with this scanner upon taking it out of the box. Although it is bulky compared to the popular Canon flatbeds (670U, 676U) this model was surprisingly economical with desktop space. The exterior shell is nice and has a metallic shine to it. Simple five button layout. All in all, not a bad looking machine.

As with all other USB products I own, the installation was EXTREMELY easy, and the concise manual is written in plain English. Just as important, the Windows 2000 TWAIN drivers are very stable. Running ScanWizard 5 and importing to Photoshop 6 is very painless and simple.

Scans are pretty fast with 96-300 DPI resolution, but once I reach 600, it becomes a tortoise-like drag. I do a lot of scanning of magazine pages in full-color, and I wasn't impressed with the clarity until I reached 1200 DPI (although the maximum interpolation DPI goes as high as 9600). However, because my preferences for professional quality photos are high, most consumers shouldn't worry, especially if you're only using this scanner for web graphics and family photos. Black and whites and web graphics were very fast to scan, and I was impressed with the results. I'm sure most people won't need to go beyond 300 DPI anyway, because that's the best resolution for printing.

I stick with Adobe Photoshop 6, but the included software (Adobe PhotoDeluxe) is a trimmed-down version of essentially the same stuff. The ABYY fine reader program is pretty good with OCR but the Ulead Photo Explorer SE is the best program included, making organization of my scans very painless. Furthermore, to clarify another review, the 35mm Light Lid IS included for scanning film, although I haven't tried it myself yet.

As for the cons, the most disturbing thing is that there is no power button! The only way to turn it off is to unplug it, although there is a power-saving mode. Secondly, size does matter and I do envy the Canon owners who get a much sleeker model that is literally three times thinner. Another thing to note is that support is only available for 30 days. After that, you have to pay for the call. Fortunately, I haven't had to question anything yet, and that's always a good thing.

In summary, I say the buck stops here for scanner buyers. Do your research to confirm you need 48-bit color (most people don't, and actually the human eye can't perceive beyond 32-bit), and have the desktop space. The software, extra features and installation are a steal..., and there aren't any extra hassles to deal with either.

4-0 out of 5 stars For the Money, BINGO! This is a great scanner
First off let me say this, I was really going to buy a MicroTek scanner. I didn't know the name brand and all their products were priced very low, so I just assumed they were cheaply made. So I went and bought a HP scanjet 4400C, which ahd about the same specifications. I used it for about 3 weeks, fighting through scan quality problems left and right when canning at 600ppi or more. I couldn't get through them after resinstalling the drivers and software, replacing the scanner with a new one out of the box, etc...

So I sniffed around looking for another comparable scanner, I looked at Canon and Epson, but this one jumped out at me because it had a built in Slide scanner (which I haven't used yet). I bought it thinking "well I'll probably have to take this one back, but what the hell the price is right and it's worth the shot".

Needless to say I was very pleasently surprised when I installed this scanner. First worked first time (Under XP none the less) without any headache. Second the TWAIN driver is much better than HPs, in advanced mode you have awesome control (and you cna save your preferences for later use), and it imports sweetly to Photoshop. Thirdly, it is fast, much faster than the HP, I scanned a 8x10 at 600ppi in about half the time.

Here's the other thing, how much scanner power do you really need? Do you really need 48bit color depth, probably not, you can't do much with those scans anyway, only tiff, raw, and some specific vendor formats can handle those files. So what are you going to do with a 350M 600ppi 8x10 scan? How many times are you going to scan something at more than 600ppi (film maybe).

4-0 out of 5 stars Good all around scanner
I seem to be in the minority of scanner users who actually scan documents and not photographs. By scanning documents, I have slowly been turning my paper into digital images. Depending on scan quality, and image file format, the contents of a filing cabinet can be safely held on a CD-R.

With those goals in mind, I searched for a dependable scanner. Higher-end models had document feeders, but given my experiences with previous scanners...I decided that they were not rugged enough to elicit that kind of cash. I ended up with a middle of the road model - the ScanMaker 4800.

I started scanning and shredding. After a few weeks of playing with the software and the scanner, I can say it is on par with (or better than) the other scanners I have had. To stress test, I was downloading a file from the internet, ripping a CD, playing an MP3, while scanning a document. The scanner would stop and stutter when the PC went to disk, but it never lost its place, and recovered nicely.

Pros: Easy to install, comes with Adobe PhotoDeluxe, and it installs the Adobe PDF software. After installing the adobe software, you suddenly have a "PDF Printer", and you can now generate .pdf files from Word or Excel by "printing" to their driver.

Cons: The OCR software that is included is a nag-ware (crippled) version. It doesn't exactly work that great, and it constantly begs you to buy the "Professional" edition to get better scanning features. I find that annoying. Luckily, I don't do OCR that much.

A 35mm film scanner attachment is included, but I have no reason to attempt to scan old film (I don't have any).

3-0 out of 5 stars good but
The scanner has been good for everything I scanned except some photo's. Most photo's have spots on them after scanning that I can't seem to get rid of no matter what I do to try to adjust it. The picture they use to do adjustments is too small to see what you are doing. It will look good but then when you save it and go in to look at it, it still isn't right. It could be a little faster too. I don't understand why it will scan some photo's well and some are really bad. I cleaned it as directed and still it came out bad. Not my choice of scanner from now on. Will go to Cannon.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works great for me in Windows 2000 and xp
Wish there is a power button on this model ... Read more


23. Microtek ScanMaker X12USL Flatbed Scanner (PC/Mac)
list price: $249.99
our price: $229.89
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004TCQJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 15606
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Perfect for small graphics businesses, professional offices, and other commercial ventures with multiple needs, the Microtek ScanMaker X12USL combines speed, sharp images, and brilliant colors in a single-pass scanner. This scanner offers 1,200 x 2,400 dpi, high-definition 42-bit color for outstanding resolution, a flat bed with a full legal-size 8.5-by-14-inch scanning area, and a software package designed to meet the needs of even the most demanding users.

The ScanMaker X12USL is a solid but light workhorse, weighing in at only 17 pounds. Its design is sturdy but readily transportable and aesthetically clean. With the software bundle, which includes Adobe Photoshop LE 5.0, you can produce outstanding professional-quality images. And editing and enhancing images is a snap with Microtek's ScanWizard5 software, which provides a simple and straightforward approach to navigating through your scanning tasks. The included Trellix Web Microtek Edition and optical character recognition (OCR) software further assist in reading scanned text and editing images. After scanning and editing your images, you can print them or export them to e-mail with a single mouse click.

Most modern scanners are easy to connect and include software that is easy to install, and this is true of ScanMaker X12USL as well. We especially liked the individually zip-locked bags labeled for SCSI or USB connections, and the separate installation and reference guides for Windows and Mac. (You can connect the scanner to either a USB or SCSI port on either a PC or Macintosh, including iMac.) Though setup was easy, we highly recommend reading the well-written, very logical reference guide for the fastest, most trouble-free installation. It took us only 15 minutes from the time we opened the box to the time were were scanning. We were a bit disappointed that the software was not more thoroughly documented. However, once it's set up, the software presents all scanning options in an intuitive onscreen layout.

Overall, we were very impressed with the ScanMaker X12USL, with its formidable software package, and with the resulting dazzlingly color-accurate scans. --David Greenberger

Pros:

  • Single-pass scan
  • No-mistake setup
Cons:
  • Minimal documentation for software
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Features

  • True 42-bit input and output
  • 2400 x 1200 dpi optical res.
  • USB and SCSI-2
  • 8.5" x 14" legal size scan bed
  • Includes Adobe Photoshop Elements & ABBYY FineRea

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Scanner. Easy to Set-Up!
This scanner was a charm to set-up. Once the Microsoft SP1a was installed (absolutely necessary for USB 2.0), and the software was loaded, I plugged this scanner into the USB port and it instantly was operational. This is the only reasonably priced legal size scanner and it appears to be an excellent device.

4-0 out of 5 stars easy to setup
Positives: Easy to connect, put in CD, reboot the CPU and plug in the scanner. Done. Speedy lil machine and very usefull since I have a lot of material that is legal sized. ...

Negatives: Scanners today have more buttons, where as this one only has 1 button

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product for the office!
My boss was looking around for a scanner that did legal sized documents and this was it. Most of the other scanners only do letter sized stuff, so if you need legal this is the way to go. Tiger Direct got it out to us pretty quickly and we are happy with it so far. I haven't ventured into the more advanced portion of the software, but the basic function is easy to use. It previews automatically and puts the box around the image so you just hit scan. Very happy so far!

1-0 out of 5 stars zero stars
I've been buying computer peripherals for 10 years and I've never experienced such shoddy software and support. I purchased this scanner on the advice of a respected Macintosh publication. I should have read the other reviews posted on this site first.

First of all, after installing the enclosed software, the scanner failed to work. I called the Microtek LONG DISTANCE support number and was put in a 5 minute que. The first tech person and the next one that I spoke with on three different occasions could not have been more indifferent. They advised me to downloaded a driver patch and 9 MEGABYTE software upgrade from their support site which also failed to drive the scanner. But I think this last piece of information is the most telling. After seaching online newsgroups for a solution, I found a company which designs software for most of the major scanner manufacturers and downloaded the specific DEMO version for this scanner. It actually worked. However, to get a fully functioning version would have cost (triple digits). The bottom line: Microtek doesn't care enough about customers to write software that will make their scanners work for all Mac users. I'm sending it back.

1-0 out of 5 stars Unreliable & poor service
During the first three months of operation, the scanner failed intermittently and then failed completely during the fourth month (just after receiving the rebate check).Then I found out about the lack of a toll free technical support number. Although they have a general toll free number, you are referred to a toll number if it requires any diagnosis. When I finally contacted the RMA department via e-mail (this took 3 business days), I was informed that if they found nothing wrong, it would cost me, and (more money) (whether anything was wrong or not) if they couldn't ship it back using the box I sent it in. They also informed me it would take 5 - 10 business days for them to fix it once they receive it. All the time they made me feel they were doing me a favor. I would avoid both this particular product and the vendor. The software provided did not make using the scanner easy. I'm not looking forward to getting the scanner back. ... Read more


24. Microtek ScanMaker i300 Flatbed Scanner
list price: $249.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000YDGUM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 32037
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Amazon.com Product Description

Take your family archives to a whole new level of clarity with Mircotek's ScanMaker i300. While the i300 combines simple-to-use hardware and impressively flexible software, the Digital ICE technology works from both ends to smooth out cracks, scratches, and other imperfections in your heirlooms. Thanks to 48-bit color and Automatic Color Restoration technology, your scans will have vivid backgrounds, realistic skin tones, and clear color separation between borders.

Included in the software bundle are a number of utilities that provide one-touch operation for sending your scans to paper, email, or the Internet--you'll be churning out new scrapbook pages or holiday newsletters in no time. When printing, you'll hold finished 4-by-6-inch prints in hand in as little as 38 seconds.

The scanner connects to your system via USB 2.0, which provides fast, clean data transfer from either PC or Macintosh. 4,800 x 2,400 dpi optical resolution makes your images vividly detailed, with crisp text and sharply defined image edges. An adapter for 35mm slides and negatives is included, allowing you to digitize vacations and holidays through multiple generations. Microtek provides a two-year warranty that covers parts and service.

What's in the Box
Microtek i300 scanner, 35mm slide and filmstrip adapter, USB cable, power adapter, Adobe CD, Microtek CD, instructions, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 4,800 x 2,400 dpi optical resolution, true 48-bit color
  • Digital ICE technology for photo reconstruction and restoration
  • Adapter for film and 35mm negatives
  • Scans a 4-by-6-inch photo at 300 dpi in just 28 seconds
  • USB 2.0 interface, cable included; PC and Mac compatible

25. Microtek ScanMaker 4850 Scanner

Asin: B00006LHP8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 26486
Average Customer Review: 2.22 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The ScanMaker 4850 combines affordability and high quality in a 48-bit, 4,800 x 2,400 dpi scanner, making it the ideal scanning solution for your home. Microtek's EDGE design gives you a 25% smaller scanner without sacrificing scan quality, and the unit stands at just 2.4 inches tall, making it the slimmest CCD scanner to date.

Five Smart-Touch buttons automate the most common scanning tasks, including Scan, Copy, OCR, Email, and Scan to Web. A LightLid 35 adapter is included for scanning 35mm slides. The USB port ensures easy setup with the most current and popular computers on the market today.

Software includes Adobe Photoshop LE 5.0(Mac), Adobe PhotoDeluxe 4.0 (PC), ABBYY FineReader Sprint OCR, Microtek ScanWizard 5, Microtek utilities, Ulead DVD PictureShow SE Basic (PC), Ulead Photo Explorer (PC), Kodak Digital Science Color Management System, Adobe Acrobat Reader (PC/Mac), and ASF Digital ROC & Digital SHO Plug-in trial versions. Microtek provides a one-year warranty covering parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • 48-bit color for subtle shading
  • 4,800 x 2,400 dpi optical resolution
  • LightLid 35 adapter for 35mm slides and filmstrips
  • Adobe software bundle
  • Convenient USB interface; PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (9)

2-0 out of 5 stars What a pain...
I received this as a gift from my husband for Xmas '02 to replace my Visioneer flatbed that had started to scan in funny colors. Let me say that I really loved my Visioneer. First of all, the scanner installed pretty easily, no problems there. But... when I reboot XP, it takes 60 seconds just to boot the scanner before most of my other programs can load. Also, you have to manually open the ScanMaker 5 program and click the scanner control button and then close out of the program to get the light to go off. I wouldn't ever buy another one of these. I've also had a big problem with lint inside the machine under the glass, causing big problems with clean scans. I've tried about everything I can think of and still have the problem. I've even cleaned the glass on both sides with alcohol and newspaper! What a rip off. My advice is to stay far away from Microtek products.

1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid
This seemed to be a very attractive model, especially when compared with HP products. The unit itself is impressive for personal (non-business) needs.

After installing the software on a laptop running XP per Microtek's instructions, scanned files did not open. Using the Microtek.com tech support site, I e-mailed the company for a solution. Within 24 hours I had received a reply with detailed instructions to rectify the Scan Wizard 5 bugs. These instructions did not remedy the problem. A second e-mail was forwarded to Microtek asking for further assistance.

The reply: I needed to call (not toll-free) and to speak with a "consultant" regarding this "complicated issue". For the priviledge of correcting the bugs in Microtek's software, I would be charged [money] for up to 30 minutes plus [money]/minute thereafter. This ... response to milk me for a product I had less than a week caused me to come up with a solution to the tech issues: return the scanner for a full refund.

Recommendaton: Avoid Microtek at all costs. The company is interested in your money only. Canon, Epson and Visioneer are three nice alternatives.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Waste Your Time.....
Purchased Microtek ScanMaker 4850 in spite of reading all of the not so favorable reviews. I should have taken the reviews "very" seriously. I wasted alot of time installing and uninstalling the software because it just would not responding to my OPS, XP...Dell Computer, 512MB. Take the reviews seriously and don't waste your time!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good all-around scanner
I was lucky enough to receive this scanner for Christmas, and have been very pleased with it. It's probably better than what I would have purchased myself, as I don't do that much scanning, just a few photos now and then. But I was amazed by the superb quality of scans, and the ease of use of the scanner. The software wasn't that hard to use. Basically, scan everything at 50%, leave all of the other settings alone, and you should be good to go (100% images are HUGE).

The only negative about this scanner is that sometimes the scan light (the one inside the scanner, not the LED on the front)stays on, indefinitely. To get around this I pull out the power cord if I don't plan to use it for a while... no power switch... because I don't want the light to burn out. Other than that, it's a great scanner. Combined with my HP-5550 printer, I can make perfect copies of anything, including photos.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not for the faint of heart!
I bought this scanner after researching several models - primarily Microtek and HP. It seemed to have all the features I wanted, was reasonably priced, received great reviews, and had a one year warranty. That's as good as it got. The scanner may have produced good results but I was so lost in the program I was too frustrated to appreciate it. I'm an experienced computer user but I found Microtek's program extremely confusing and difficult to navigate. Not having quantities of spare time (or desire)to devote to learning it I returned it and purchased the HP 3570c the very next day. A HUGE improvement!!! ... Read more


26. Microtek ArtixScanDI 2010 ( 1108-03-550001 )

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Asin: B000093LWF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
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Features

  • 48-bit Color, Easy to use
  • Hi-Speed USB controller
  • 600x600 dpi

27. Microtek ScanMaker X6 Flatbed Scanner (Parallel)
list price: $86.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000JFIX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 31308
Average Customer Review: 2.93 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Get easy parallel connectivity and true 600 x 1,200 dpi scanning from the Microtek ScanMaker X6. It offers several advanced technologies to give you great scans of text, and of color and black-and-white images, all at an inexpensive price.

We set up the ScanMaker X6 without documentation to guide us: we plugged in the AC power and connected the parallel cable to our PC. Then, with the scanner turned off, we installed the drivers, optical character recognition (OCR) software, and ScanSuite software from the CD-ROM. We restarted Windows and turned on the scanner, and Windows automatically completed the installation. The entire setup process was flawless.

To test the scanner, we placed a color photo on the scanner bed, started a paint application, and selected Acquire from the application's File menu. The ScanMaker driver software started automatically, allowing us to select the scanning options. We chose 600 dpi with millions of colors and clicked the mouse for a preview scan. We used the ScanMaker software to crop the preview image and then clicked the mouse for a full scan. The full scan took less than a minute and contained unwanted moiré patterns.

We repeated the scan, this time specifying a descreening option. Shortly thereafter, we were treated to beautiful results: the moiré pattern had disappeared entirely. It was impossible to distinguish this scan from a scan of the same photograph made on a much more expensive professional scanner.

To test the OCR software, we started ScanSuite, clicked the OCR button, and set the options for 300 dpi and for output to Microsoft Word. We scanned a high-contrast, multicolored promotional flyer overlaid with black text. After scanning, the OCR software processed and converted the scan to Word's .doc format. We opened the Word file to mixed results. The OCR software had mistaken every red bullet in the original as "4m" or "4o," and it had placed line breaks in unexpected places. However, the software had read all the text, and there were no outright typographical errors.

Given the ScanMaker's easy setup, good scans of photographs, and friendly ScanSuite software, we think this is an excellent scanner for the price.

Pros:

  • Easy to set up
  • Lightweight, durable design
  • Good suite of software

Cons:

  • Cumbersome to use with some applications
  • OCR software produces mixed results
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Features

  • True 36-bit color, 12-bit grayscale
  • True 600 x 1,200 dpi, 9,600 dpi enhanced resolution
  • FlexScan lid for scanning 3-D objects
  • Zero-reflection technology
  • Parallel connectivity

Reviews (15)

3-0 out of 5 stars Decent scanner but terrible software
It scans pictures with pretty good quality for the price, I have no problem with that. In addition, you can use both printer and scanner with only one parallel port on the computer. It's a little tricky to get this to work right, you have to boot up in the right order (printer first, then scanner, then computer) but overall still pretty nice to use both devices with one port.

The downside to this scanner is the software. Basically, it's all garbage. The only piece I use is the TWAIN acquire software attached to my Paint Shop Pro and Adobe Photoshop to bring scanned pictures in. In addition, I have a terrible time reinstalling the drivers for this scanner whenever I unplug it from my parallel port. My CD-ROM chokes whenever I place the Microtek scanning CD in my CD-ROM. I had to download the latest drivers from the Microtek website instead.

My recommendation is: invest the extra money to get a newer, more current scanner with at least a DECENT software package. But buy the scanner for the scanning, not the software that comes with it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Scanner, Bad Software.
This is an amazing scanner, the quality is incredible, and it is faster than most parallel scanners. It is great how you can fit big objects because of the lifting top. It is a really high quality scanner but the software is horrible. The ScanSuite software that it comes with has 16-bit components which make it slow and ugly, but it works. A major problem I found was when I installed Ahead Nero Burning ROM CD-RW software, this application installs the latest ASPI drivers, the scanner also uses the ASPI layer, but the problem is that the scanner drivers use an old 1996 ASPI.DLL to interface with the ASPI installed on your system. After installing Nero my registry corrupted because the scanner driver caused ASPI to fail which caused data to get written wrong on my hard drive. So just be careful with ASPI if you buy this scanner, if it wasn't for that problem I would have rated it a 5!

3-0 out of 5 stars XP Updated Drivers work
I concur with the prior reviews. The Scanmaker X-6 was a nice functional product for it's time, but I really had trouble getting it to install and run in Windows 98. After a couple of frustrating sessions, I got it to work (the included software Dynacion Swiss Army Knife did the trick) and it has worked well for several years. The already mentioned quirk of not recognizing the scanner unless it is turned on at computer system boot up was the biggest annoyance.

I just upgraded to Windows XP and the scanner was obviously not compatible. Went to Microtek's site and downloaded the updated software drivers. First install attempt ... the install program crashed. Waited a couple of days. Second attempt... install program ran, but then on reboot got a can't find some kind of .dll file message. Uninstalled the scanner and reinstalled. Third time.. ran install (setup.exe program in Disk 1 of download) again and it worked perfectly. Set up and ran on reboot.

Scan quality is still good... not as good as new scanner and is relatively slow (Extended parallel port EPP Interface), but also $100-$200 cheaper than buying a new scanner.

Good product, finicky "not so hot" to "crummy" install software. Nonexistent support from company other than downloads. I'm not an expert software, computer guy, just persistent and did get it to work. I'm using it with XP ... also works well with XP control panel scanner icon and software... but will probably upgrade to better scanner in next few months (Apr 2004 post)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent scan quality, sluggish speed
I've had this scanner for about 3 years now. It has worked perfectly in Windows 98/ME/2000/XP. I mainly use this scanner for photographs. The scan quality is excellent, as evidenced by correct tonal reproduction. You can even scan 3D objects by placing them on the scan bed, effectively getting a digital camera quality image. The only downside is speed. This scanner features a parallel port connection, which severely cripples its performance potential. Basically, if you need an all-around quality scanner to be used for occasional scans, look into it.

1-0 out of 5 stars A LEMON FOR SURE
I have had the same software problems as the other reviewers, and have had a terrible time with this scanner. Also, like the other reviewers, I consider the scan quality of this scanner to be excellent but unfortunatly I am seldom able to make it work. The software is for win 95 but did not work properly even with that version of windows, and with Windows 98, its almost out of the question, though I have been able to use it a few times. (hehe) I think that if 13 out of 13 reviews say theres software problems, that as a minimum its time for the buyer to beware, and perhaps even time for a refund or exchange from Microtek. ... Read more


28. Microtek Artixscan DI 1210 ( 1108-03-550011 )

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Asin: B0006H5FQ6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
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Features

  • Resolution 600dpi
  • 12ppm Black, 8ppm Color
  • Hi-Speed USB 2.0

29. Microtek Scanmaker X6El SCSI Color Flatbed Scanner with Trans Adapter
list price: $139.99
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Asin: B00004Z8CF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 66796
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Amazon.com Product Description

The X6EL is part of MicroTek's Scanmaker top-of-the-line series. A 36-bit, single-pass scanner, the X6EL has a flatbed size of 8.5 by 14 inches, large enough to accommodate most documents. A hardware resolution of 600 x 1,200 dpi can be extended up to 9,600 x 9,600 dpi (interpolated resolution) for crisp, clean images, while the SCSI interface provides super-fast downloading. Compatible with both Macintosh and PCs, the X6EL supports more than 68 billion colors and more than 4,000 shades of gray (64 shades in black-and-white mode). The image sensor is a 5,000-element linear array CCD that supports a maximum optical density of 2.8 Dmax (reflective) or up to 3.0 Dmax (transparent). Included with the scanner is MicroTek's ScanWizard software to help you get the most out of your scans. The X6EL also comes backed with a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 600 x 1,200 dpi optical resolution
  • 36-bit color depth
  • Can scan transparencies, reflective originals, and film
  • Includes trans adapter
  • PC and Mac compatible

30. Microtek Artixscan 4000T 35MM Film/Slide 4000DPI 36Bit SCSI Ctlr/CBL/Sl Adap
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00004ZA70
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 63638
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The ArtixScan 4000T by Microtek makes high-resolution, high-quality scans of 35mm slides and filmstrips. With a resolution of 4,000 x 4,000 dpi (up to 8,000 x 8,000 interpolated), 3.5 Dmax dynamic range, and a 5,300-element trilinear CCD array, the 4000T comes in at the top of its class, bringing you bright, clear, crisp images that can be enlarged up to A3 size without sacrificing any image quality. At 1,000 dpi, the ArtixScan 4000T scans in a mere 20 seconds, and 40 seconds at 4,000 dpi.

Compatible with both Macintosh and PC, the 4000T software bundle comes with ScanWizard Pro TX and Kodak Digital Science color management software to help you get the most out of your scans. A SCSI interface means that super-high-resolution scans don't take hours of data transfer, while the 35mm mounted slide holder and 35mm filmstrip holder accommodate four and six frames, respectively, and keep your transparencies in place for perfect alignment during scans. ... Read more

Features

  • 4,000 x 4,000-dpi optical scanning resolution
  • Holders for scanning 35mm mounted slides and filmstrips
  • Optional Advanced Photo System film cartridge
  • ScanWizard Pro TX software included
  • Maximum interpolated resolution of 8,000 x 8,000 dpi

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best buys around for a 4000 dpi 35mm/APS scanner.
Need a 4000dpi scanner but don't want to go over your budget? Get this scanner. If you have any experience with scanning film, you can get great scans from this one. It is really nice, producing very sharp scans. No, it does not have digital ICE, so you may want to make sure your slides or negatives are as clean as possible.

(I have scanned slides from 1975; and have taken a lens cleaning cloth and dampened it with distilled water to clean these old slides. I did a scan before cleaning and after-what a difference! What I deemed was ruined or unusable turned out to be very usable-with only very minor touching up for spot removal in PhotoShop 5 LE-what a relief. I would use a soft lens cleaning cloth only for wiping-be careful, after blowing the usual dust off.)

I am running a 900 Athlon, Win ME, and 256megs of RAM. I can upgrade to 768 megs but haven't had to, and have scanned many slides in one session. Once it does the final scan it has a strange whirring noise straight out of a 50's Science Fiction "B" movie-kind of amusing to me. It looks like an armadillo.

It comes with an SCSI card to install in your computer; I removed the firewire card for my Microtek 8700 to make the bay available for this scanner-the 8700 runs fine on USB, and is not any slower. First turn on the scanner, let the indicator lights stay on, then turn on your computer.

The Pros:

1. Sharp scans

2. I would select auto focus in the preferences menu-it works well.

3. You can adjust the gain (D-Max setting from .05 to 4); I usually hit automatic, and adjust from there when necessary. This is an excellent and useful feature.

4. Scan Wizard Pro software is nice-I have almost the same with the 8700-but do not have the Adjustable D-Max option. With a dark or underexposed slide, using curves or bright/contrast might help also, before scanning. Most "purists" like to do this after, but I've had to do this before-it helped-get that shadow detail.

5. It seems to do a multipass (ever so-slightly back & forth) on very high-4000dpi scans, with little or no noise. I have noticed once you open the scanned image in Photoshop-there is usually an improvement, especially when it comes to noise.

6. Scan time is not too slow-it took about 3 minutes and 45 seconds for a 48bit 4000dpi, scan-1:1 ratio-the file was a little over 100MB. When I get to Photoshop, after any adjustments (if necessary) in 16 bit mode-curves, levels-I switch to 8 bit mode and save these files with LZ Compression checked-save some disc space for these high resolution scans until they are saved to CD.

7. Small, "footprint" scanner-fits on my desktop-never far away.

8. The film holder has an adjustable sliding lever so you can position your film right at it's edge-not to clip any of the image, and holds the film pretty flat. There are tabs you can knock out for 35mm panoramic scans-watch the file size. The slide holder is good also-you can adjust to make sure they are lined up square. I like Microtek's film holders.

9. At this price, you would be hard pressed to find such a high resolution scanner, with great quality scans, that you can adjust or correct somewhat before the final scan.

10. Color Matching and calibrate your monitor with Kodak's Q60ES slide-this is a pretty valuable tool in itself-that has Color and Grayscale, with a color image-what a bonus. It also includes a Silverfast and Genuine Fractal's-2 things I do not use. I do not use calibrating with the Kodak slide-something you can launch in itself, but for those who do, this is nice. I use one of Kodak's downloadable color profiles.

Cons:

Really, NONE for me. But I must tell you, you should cover this scanner with a plastic bag to keep dust out of it. This is a problem with all desktop scanners. The little front door for the APS option (holder does not come with the scanner) opens, sliding down. This makes it easy to clean the little rectangle in the scanning base of the "tunnel"-something I do before scanning, to make sure any dust is not in there. Your scans will improve, much "cleaner" scans and it is easy to access this area-and fast.

A good way to do this?? Unplug the scanner. You can use an artist's sable brush-(genuine-can use the brush end to remove surface dust on film, slides without scratching or inside scanner before wiping)- on the opposite end of the brush, tape or use a small rubberband to affix a cotton ear swab to that end, letting the swab extend.

Wrap a lens cleaning tissue around the tip-the cotton underneath gives it cushion-and tape or use the same rubberband to hold the tissue around the swab. Moisten the tissue with a few drops of lens cleaning fluid (squeeze the excess out), and you will be able to reach the scanning "tunnel", the bed where the rectangle is, and inside anywhere else you want to wipe down.
Watch the wiring or electrical components. I wipe whatever I can reach-the inner walls, etc. IF your scanner does get dust, this will help remove it. I cover mine with a plastic bag-it works well. If you want to get in there, taking off the cover is tricky-take your time, as it does take some time.

If you want to see some samples scanned with this scanner, go to: geocities.com/kowenphoto/ . The only image not scanned (so far) with this scanner is the opening page and the rose on the second-these were scanned with the 8700. These are not very high resolution shots, for the web.

To wrap this up, I consider this one of my best buys for 2001. This scanner, for me, is digital heaven, without all the expensive add-ons of pricier scanners. If you are familiar with scanning, you already know that if you cover your scanner, and keep your film stored well and clean, you will enjoy using the Artixscan 4000T. Digital nirvana. ... Read more


31. Microtek Slimscan 3 (EPA)
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00000JI2P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 53022
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • "Go" button on the scanner
  • Microtek ScanSuite software
  • Copy, fax, or scan images or text
  • 36-bit color depth
  • 300 x 600 dpi optical resolution

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Frustrating waste of time and money
I have nothing good to say about this scanner. The image quality is very poor, it is slow, the bundled software is awful, and there is a bug in their driver. I have used it with two computers, and AMD-K6 200mHz running Win98 and a Pentium 3 933mHz running WinXP, and with both computers it did the same thing: It worked fine for a while, and then it would just stop working and I would get an error message telling me that there is a problem with the SCSI host adapter. I don't even have one! My scanner is connected to the Parallel port. Argh. It was so frustrating; I would not recommend this scanner to anyone. Go buy a cheap Canon. ... Read more


32. Microtek C997SD 19" LCD Monitor

Asin: B00006F2XB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 22404
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Ideal for those who demand solid precision viewing without consuming valuable desktop space, Microtek's C997SD LCD features an ample 19-inch viewable active matrix panel with 1,280 x 1,024 resolution. Enjoy distortion-free images and minimal glare, compared to traditional CRT-type monitors. Add to this a sleek silver finish, dual stereo speakers, and a slim profile, and you've got the perfect display device for the graphics professional or the small business owner. Microtek provides a three-year warranty covering parts and service. ... Read more

Features

  • 1,280 x 1,024 resolution
  • 0.294 mm dot pitch
  • Rich 500:1 contrast ratio
  • Built-in stereo speakers and amplifier
  • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Finally Something That Doesn't Make My Eyes Dry!!!
After using CRTs my entire life I decided to take the plunge and go with a nice LCD. After some initial research my friend recommended Microtek. I got the monitor from Office Depot and was very impressed. My eyes no longer get dry everytime I use the computer for quite some time which is just amazing to me.

I did have a dead pixel develop in the bottom left quadrent but I was pleasantly suprised when I called up Microtek and they told me their zero tolerance policy on LCD monitors. With just 1 dead pixel they swapped it out on the spot.

Great service, great product!! I would buy another one for sure!! ... Read more


33. Microtek Artixscan 120TF Scanner

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Asin: B000093LPW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Multiformat film scanner with included holders
  • 4,000 dpi optical resolution
  • 4.2 Maximum Optical Density
  • Patented Auto Focus / Auto Advance Carriage system
  • SilverFast HDR with NegaFix and dust & scratch removal

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Medium Format Scanner!!
I was skeptical at first when I heard that Microtek was coming out with a medium format scanner, as I had only seen 35mm scanners from them. My skepticism aside this is a great product. I read a few reviews online and decided to live a little and take the plunge. I received the scanner, set it up and then went to work with it. The installation was flawless in Windows XP and the firewire connection seems very responsive. As for the actual scans the images come out crisp and very detailed. ScanWizard Pro allows me to plug in all my profiles which is nice as I can simply add in my ICM profile from my printer and off I go. I am pleased so far with the progress that this scanner has made, as I have hundreds of scans to go. ... Read more


34. Microtek ArtixScan 4000tf Scanner
list price: $1,499.99
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Asin: B0000638RS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 33737
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

For dedicated 35mm slide scanning, the Microtek ArtixScan 4000tf Scanner provides high dynamic range combined with fine software control to handle a wide range of originals, even with shadow detail.

The ArtixScan 4000tf's patented design moves the film holder in a single pass, leaving the lens fixed. This system delivers high dynamic range and image quality. Working with an original scanned in 4,000 dpi optical resolution, you can create several levels of enlargement, which is particularly helpful when you need to crop your original. You can even enlarge a 35mm scan to a full A0 size with pre-press quality output.

Scan both negatives and slides (positives) and auto-feed a strip of six frames or four mounted slides. With 16,000,000 dots measured per square inch, a dynamic range of 3.4, and a maximum density of 3.5D, the 4000tf handles transparent originals from 24 x 35mm, 35mm filmstrips, and APS film (with an optional cartridge). It can capture highlights and shadow detail with the color accuracy demanded by imaging professionals.

The 4000tf comes with SilverFast Ai 5.x and NegaFix, for delivery of accurate negative scans in a simple, three-step process. The ScanWizard Pro includes a choice of 24-bit or 48-bit output, RGB or CMYK scanning, full 36-bit curve control, ColorSync support, and batch scanning. The unit can be daisy-chained with a Microtek flatbed SCSI scanner and is supported by a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Professional grade single-pass slide and film scanning
  • True 36-bit color, 4,000 dpi optical resolution, 3.4 Dmax
  • 5,300-element tri-linear array CCD image sensor
  • Batch holders for mounted slides and filmstrips
  • USB and FireWire, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Calibration Software Wonderful
I was looking for a dedicated slide scanner to replace a mid range model scanner that I was using before and was glad to find this one affordably priced. It has calibration software that lets me calibrate my monitor, scanner and printer using the same color scheme which is very helpful when you need the color to be as close to perfect as possible. Some of my clients are very picky and since I have started using the 4000tf I have not had any complaints with regards to the work. I would highly recommend this scanner to anyone out there looking for dedicated slide use.

1-0 out of 5 stars Looks Great on Paper
This unit looked great on paper and I was excited at the prospect of scanning my old slides and negatives but the soft ware provided with this unit has serious flaws and tech support is less than helpful (the understatement of the year). I have other scanners and a state of the art PC, but in spite of waiting on hold forever (TOLL CALL) nothing works. The e-mail support is worthless.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply Marvellous
Received from UPS and had it set up less than 45 minute later.
Hardware and software set up is flawless (Win XP + firewire + Photoshop 7.0).
Calibration was a breeze.
Film holder is a bit fiddly but very robust.
Slide holder is robust and easy to use.
Scanned a known dusty and scratched slide at 4000 dpi and Silverfast cleaned up all the defects easily. The scanned result was just incredible.
Siverfast is a bit fiddly but no harder to use than most digital dark room software and is incredibly powerful.
After years of gettting what I thought were good scans from my Microtek 35T Plus I am simply blown away by the quality and ease of use of the 4000Tf

4-0 out of 5 stars Is it a "T" or a "TF"?
The product for sale here is listed as the new Microtek Artixscan 4000tf film scanner, but the Amazon.com product description and the technical data description of its features are both from the old model 4000t.

The new 4000tf has a much wider dynamic range (4.2 instead of 3.4), and has Firewire and USB connections instead of SCSI. It also comes with the new Silverfast AI 6.0 instead of 5.x software. It is a much better scanner now.

This is a good price for the new 4000tf, but way too high for the discontinued (but still available) 4000t.

So which is for sale here, the new Artixscan 4000tf or the old
model 4000t? ... Read more


35. Microtek Adf-600El 10Pg Adf Doc Feed Scanmaker E V & X-Series
list price: $179.00
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Asin: B00004Z8IJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 43522
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Amazon.com Product Description

When you're working on large-scale professional imaging projects,organization can be just as crucial as creativity. For use with all Microtekscanners, the ADF-600EL Document Feed is just what you need to keep sheets intheir proper order and to make sure processing efficiency stays on track.

The document feeder is capable of handling up to 10 letter-size text documentsat a time. Once this accessory is in place, it's still possible to scanoversized originals without extra hassle; simply lift up the feeder and placethe original directly on the scanner. ... Read more


36. Microtek ScanMaker X12USL Office Edition
list price: $379.99
our price: $358.99
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Asin: B0000589YU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 23029
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Amazon.com Review

Perfect for small graphics businesses, professional offices, and other commercial ventures with multiple needs, the Microtek ScanMaker X12USL Office Edition combines speed, sharp images, and brilliant colors in a single-pass scanner. This scanner offers 1,200 x 2,400 dpi, high-definition 42-bit color for outstanding resolution, a flat bed with a full legal-size 8.5-by-14-inch scanning area, a 25-page automatic document feeder, and a software package designed to meet the needs of demanding users.

In our tests, we found the ScanMaker X12USL Office Edition to be a solid but light workhorse, weighing in at only 17 pounds. Its design is sturdy but readily transportable and aesthetically clean. With the software bundle, which includes Adobe Photoshop LE 5.0, you can produce outstanding professional-quality images. And editing and enhancing images is a snap with Microtek's ScanWizard5 software, which provides a simple and straightforward approach to navigating through your scanning tasks. The included Trellix Web Microtek Edition and optical character recognition (OCR) software further assist in reading scanned text and editing images. After scanning and editing your images, you can print them or export them to e-mail with a single mouse click.

Most modern scanners are easy to connect and include software that is easy to install, and this is true of the ScanMaker X12USL Office Edition as well. We especially liked the individually zip-locked bags labeled for SCSI or USB connections, and the separate installation and reference guides for Windows and Mac. (You can connect the scanner to either a USB or SCSI port on either a PC or Macintosh, including iMac.) Though setup was easy, we highly recommend reading the well-written, very logical reference guide for the fastest, most trouble-free installation. It took us only 15 minutes from the time we opened the box to the time were scanning. We were a bit disappointed that the software was not more thoroughly documented. However, once it's set up, the software presents all scanning options in an intuitive onscreen layout.

Overall, we were very impressed with the ScanMaker X12USL Office Edition, with its formidable software package, and with the resulting dazzlingly color-accurate scans. --David Greenberger ... Read more

Features

  • True single-pass 1,200 x 2,400 dpi optical resolution
  • 25-page auto document feeder
  • 42-bit color depth
  • Dual-interface connections
  • Legal-size scanning

37. Microtek C788 17" LCD Monitor with Speakers (Metallic Gray)
list price: $599.99
our price: $531.88
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Asin: B000060NSK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 36013
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

If your desktop is prime real estate but your work is graphics-intensive, the Microtek C788 provides a solution on many levels: a 17-inch diagonal viewing area, slim and stylized design, rich color, and a bright display. The LCD screen has a 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution with a contrast ratio of 300:1, so images are crisp and sharp. Advanced onscreen controls adjust contrast, brightness, and color.

The monitor boasts dual integrated stereo speakers with a built-in audio line-in for bi-directional communications, further reducing desktop clutter. The metallic casing and futuristic design will appeal to those who want their monitor to display well and look good.

The base keeps the C788 stable even when the screen is tilted at extremes, up to 90 degrees upward or downward. The antiglare screen features a hard coating for durability, and the monitor is ENERGY compliant, in keeping with the strict standards for low radiation, safety, ergonomics, recycling, and power management. The unit is backed by a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Full 17-inch viewable, flat panel display
  • True SXGA 1,280 x 1,024 resolution
  • Sharp 0.264 mm dot pitch
  • Built-in stereo speakers and amplifier
  • Generous 3-year warranty

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars It's good but...
I bought it and loved it. The resolution was great, it saved valuable desk space, it has a great look to it, the price was right, and it handled everything I threw at it.

But after only 8 days of having it there is a line across the screen about a quarter-way down. It won't go away. After only eight days! I hadn't heard of Microtek monitors before this one but I have to say that my first experience has turned out a poor one. ... Read more


38. Microtek 997M 19" LCD Monitor (Black)

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Asin: B0001JXAR0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 37242
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Features

  • Sharp 1,280 x 1,024 SXGA native resolution
  • Analog RGB and digital DVI inputs; wide 170-degree viewing
  • 250 nits brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio, 25 ms response time
  • Dual built-in stereo speakers; multi-directional stand
  • Pivot Pro rotation software; PC compatible; 3-year warranty

39. Microtek Artixscan 4000t Scanner
list price: $599.99
our price: $501.99
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Asin: B00006LHJI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
Sales Rank: 36302
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Amazon.com Product Description

With up to 4,000 dpi optical resolution (8,000 dpi interpolated), the ArtixScan 4000T is a professional film scanner's delight. It can enlarge 35mm scans to full A3 or tabloid-size scans with minimal degradation to output quality. Scans are fast and take under one minute. With a 4.3 maximum optical density plus multiple sampling, the ArtixScan 4000T captures exceptional shadow and highlight detail. For increased productivity, two auto-advancing batch scanning cartridges are provided: a standard six-frame 35mm filmstrip holder, and a four-frame 35mm slide holder. An optional APS film roll cartridge allows automated batch scanning of up to 40 images per loading. This model has a SCSI-2 interface, is PC and Mac compatible, and is backed by a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Film and slide scanning with batch scan capabilities
  • 4,000 dpi optical resolution, 42-bit color
  • 4.3 maximum optical density
  • Includes 6-frame 35mm filmstrip and 4-frame 35mm slide holders, APS optional
  • SCSI-2 interface; PC and Mac compatible

40. Microtek 815C - flat panel display - TFT - 18" ( 1104-03-990325 )

Asin: B0002VIT0K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Microtek
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