Fujitsu Scansnap Ix500 Small Business Scanner

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14 thoughts on “Fujitsu Scansnap Ix500 Small Business Scanner

  1. Salvador Rodriguez

    Hello. Thank you so much for making this video. Have you tried feeding
    multiple receipts at the time without the scanner getting jammed? Most of
    our receipts are from Wal-mart, Walgreen and stuff like that. We wanted to
    create a digital filing folder on our network drive to keep records for all
    of our expenses. Most receipts are 2.5″ wide and 5″ to 8″ long. Would you
    recommend us using this device for that purpose? if not, what would you
    recorded instead?

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  2. skylark159

    Hi LMG Team! 🙂

    I just wanted to comment here, I know this video is older at this point but
    the information has proven to be very valuable to me. I work for a customer
    who just purchased 3 of these scanners and your review has helped me very
    quickly come up to speed on the product.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you! 🙂

    ..and yes I think you should keep giving us these videos on the office
    tools you guys use. You have a young business and I think your team has
    some awesome insight into many emerging ways to handle day-to-day
    operations. :)

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  3. Manouk Aleksanian

    If possible please review the latest model. Curious to know what extra it
    brings to the table. PA03656-B305

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  4. Karl Kvalvik

    @LinusTechTips I’m in the market for a business scanner and I appreciated
    your review. Keep up the good work!

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  5. Thomas Lamson

    I braced myself for buyer’s remorse after bringing home the IX500, but
    within a couple of hours I changed my mind and all of my expectations of
    what a business scanner should be. 10 stars out of 5. And Linus, keep the
    small business stuff coming! Here’s one that you might find fun and a
    necessary evil for all small businesses that just can’t use their cell
    phones for everything…OnSIP VOIP and eBay refurbished VOIP phones. I
    outfitted 8 offices for $15/phone and $50/month. Cheers!

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