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April 11, 2007


James the TabletLawyer

Big DocuPen fan here as well. I have recommended it to many. Once you learn to keep your scan straight, nothing will stop you!

scott wu

I had a Docupen, my main problem with it was I would do quite a few scans in the law library and find out when I got back to the office to download the pictures, the scans were all screwed up.

It turns out that the pen I had was defective and because it was outside Docupen's meager 90 day warranty, I was stuck with it - unless I wanted to pay a minimum of $100 to fix it, or I bought the newer model. Horrible customer service.

Now I opt to use either my Treo 700p or a regular digital camera in conjunction with scanr.com. I email the pictures of the pages to scanr.com and they email them back to me in .pdf form.

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