amazon Avision AV122 reviews
Compact and modern, the Avision AV122 scanner is perfect for limited work space, but still offers professional features for digitizing documents.
The Avision AV122 scanner uses CCD (Color Charged-Coupled Device) technology with CCFL fluorescent light. The machine supports both black and white and color scanning, automatic two-sided scanning. According to the company’s announcement, the Avision AV122 can reach up to 2,500 pages per day.
The included CD allows the installation of the scanner driver, Button Manager application and Adobe Reader software, along with user manual.
The Avision AV122 offers two ISIS and TWAIN driver options.
Button Manager application after installation can run in the background, used to control the scanning features. The application allows pre-set shortcuts to scan documents into computer files, email attachments, print them to printers, scan and edit them with Windows Paint, and many other options.
Button Manager supports 5 image file formats for saving scan results: BMP, TIFF, JPEG, GIF and PDF, with color, grayscale or black and white modes.
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AV122 supports optical resolution of up to 600dpi.
Color scanner at 600dpi resolution for best quality, same color as the original but slightly dark.
The quality of A4 text scans at 200dpi resolution at medium level.
The scanning quality at 600dpi resolution is much better, the image is clearer, the text is sharp and the edges are not aliasing.
In the actual test at Test Lab, the Avision AV122 scanners deliver speeds up to 18ppm for black and white A4 at 200dpi resolution. In particular, the scanning speed of A4-sized black and white text at 200dpi resolution is very fast compared to popular and professional scanners that have been tested, taking only 6 seconds for 1 page and 7 seconds for 1 sheet. However, when scanning at the highest resolution of 600dpi, the machine takes 38 seconds to complete a single page black-and-white A4 pages. 10x15cm photos and A4 color scanning at 600dpi resolution take 24 seconds and 40 seconds, respectively, while double-sided color cards take only 14 seconds when scanned at 600dpi resolution.