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I would like to buy a reliable and relatively cheap document scanner that I can use to scan my documents and get rid of the paper.

All I need is something with a feeder that can support at least 20 to 30 pages and works on a Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

What do you guys suggest? Thanks for any help!

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Possible duplicate of: – pavium Dec 8 '09 at 12:14
wow, this neat scanner is awesome but unfortunately it does not scans A4 format! damn! – SpaceDog Dec 9 '09 at 13:16
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I would have to say that Fujitsu makes the cheapest Mac compatible document scanners (SnapScan Series). Prices range in the $180 - $300 range.

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