head, it does not damage fragile, delicate or vintage documents.
The colour depth and resolution also tend to be better because the
document does not move. A flatbed scanner is usually compatible
with a range of attachments, such as an automatic document feeder
that clips on to the scanner or transparent media attachments that
allows you to scan film, negatives or slides. The flatbed scanner
is affordable, compact and generally more sturdy because of the
solid state technology. The main disadvantage is productivity, as
you can only scan one page at a time.
Network scanners enables different users from different computers
to access the same scanner, choosing where the scanned images
are sent to. These destinations include the shared server, specific
file systems or the cloud. By using optical character recognition
software scanners shared on a network can dramatically increase
automated forms processing and therefore decrease human
intervention. The implication of course means higher productivity,
fewer errors and better customer service.
Portable scanners are in a class of their own. They are very usef