Brother ADS-3000N Reviews

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   6 reviews
Manufacturer: Brother
Expert Reviews: 
 3.5
User Reviews: 
 4.8
 
 

Brother ImageCenter ADS-3000N

3.5
Verdict: Aimed at midsize to large workgroups and midsize offices, the Brother ImageCenter ADS-3000N document scanner ($699.99) offers a 50-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF), a 5,000 page-per-day duty cycle, a rated speed of 50 pages per minute (ppm) and 100 images per minute (ipm), and the option to...
Pros: Offers duplex scanning. Excellent text recognition. Ethernet and USB 3.0. Scans directly to a USB key and through a Wi-Fi access point to mobile devices
Cons: Scan utility offers only limited ability to store profile when scanning from front panel. Slow in scanning to searchable PDF format in testing
3 years ago
 

Excellent Product

5.0
Verdict: I upgrade from an Workforce Epson Pro GT-S50 Document Scanner. I would definitely consider this an upgrade. The Brother is very fast to scan and does an excellent job detecting blank pages, No Software required to load on my computer system, configured via Ethernet Connection and the output goes...
2 years ago
 

Fast and Quiet

5.0
Verdict: Seems to work well. Do like the two-side scanning on a single pass. This greatly reduces scan time on many documents.
1 year ago
 

Compact and Fast

4.0
Verdict: Like a great sports car this scanner is small and fast. It set up very quickly. the system mapped to my Windows 10 scan software instantly. I have had one jam that was easily cleared.
Pros: Easy to Use, Easy to Set Up, Fast
1 year ago
 

Really does 60 pges per min but had to download other software

5.0
Verdict: Great but had to download other software. Really does 60 double sided per minute but you are slowed by the need to name each scan but how do you get around that Couldn't do without it in the office.
12 months ago
 

Fast & easy scanning of documents to share folders

5.0
Verdict: To state a point, It doesn't get any easier than this . . . The ADS-3000N doesn't need software installed on a PC to work - just plug it into your network via Ethernet and configure the three one-touch buttons on the scanner through a web browser.
1 year ago
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