User-F19B448A-819C-4883-991C282DFCFBDA20 23:22 19 Sep 2003

I am after a new usb2 scanner and at the moment it is between a Visioneer 8920 and a Cannon lide50.Has anyone any experience of either and what is the cheapest anyone has seen either at.

  sdf 23:38 19 Sep 2003

I dont know what your budget is but the visioneer 9020 rocks. cant go wrong

  Djohn 00:38 20 Sep 2003

I have the Canon LiDE50, it's a superb scanner, very fast, quiet and excellent easy to use software. Very slim and stylish,can be used on it's side, [stand provided] and is a "Full speed" USB2 scanner. software is Adobe photo elements. j.

  Djohn 00:41 20 Sep 2003

click here link to your other thread asking same advice. Just in case you have lost it. ;o)

  bjantbear 07:19 20 Sep 2003

What is the difference between USB and USB2 and hoew can I tell which one I have?

Could I use a scanner that says it requires USB2 on an ordinary USB port.

  -pops- 08:23 20 Sep 2003

See your other post on this same subject in Helproom.

I am leaning more and more towards the Cannon Lide 50 which is £69.99,has anyone else got a better price?

  Djohn 11:53 20 Sep 2003

You'll be hard pressed to find a better price than that,It's only a few months back the LiDE50 was retailing for over £100.00 and in many stores is still selling for around the £90.00 mark.

It is always difficult to recommend something to anyone, as each person has different requirements. But I can say that you will not be disappointed with the Canon and it's features that I outlined in my post above at 00:38. Regards. j.

  Jester2K II 12:56 20 Sep 2003

Canon everytime.

USB 2 prodcts can be used in USB 1 ports but at USB 1 speeds. Unless you are REALLY pushed for time theres not problem. If you want USB 2 get a USB 2 PCI card for £30 and install...

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