Alaris E1000 Series Scanners Review

Good: One-touch scanning for up to nine different jobs; ability to scan and send documents to email, cloud and other applications; wide range of imaging features.
Bad: Not compatible with Mac systems.
Bottom Line: Small offices can easily scan their paperwork using these scanners' robust features in a compact design.
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Kodak Alaris
E1000 Series
$445-$495
Small, Medium
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25 ppm-35 ppm
25 ppm-35 ppm
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Product Overview

Alaris, a Kodak Alaris business, has expanded its desktop document scanner lineup with the new E1000 Series Scanners. Consisting of two devices, this series is intended for home and small offices, where they’re compact enough to fit on a desktop. The E1025 scanner ($445) scans at up to 25 ppm in black and color (up to 50 ipm in duplex), while the E1035 ($495) scans at up to 35 ppm (both black and color) in simplex and up to 70 ipm in duplex.

Both scanners include the 80-sheet automatic document feeder, which handles regular-sized documents as well as small ones (e.g., driver licenses, insurance cards).  Alaris offers an optional legal-sized flatbed accessory as well as an optional passport flatbed.

The E1025 has a daily duty cycle of up to 3,000 pages, while the E1035 has a recommended daily volume of up to 4,000 pages. USB connectivity is supported.

Additional information on the scanners’ features are in our Feature section below.

With their compact design, the E1000 Series Scanners include robust features that help small offices improve their productivity and provide better customer service.

Features

Both scanners have intuitive controls for easier setup, including a numeric display. Users can set up one-touch scanning functionality for up to nine different jobs. Alaris Smart Touch technology enables users to scan and send documents to email, cloud services (e.g., Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive), network printer, fax or third-party applications.

The scanners output to the following file formats: JPEG, PDF, searchable PDF, Word, Excel,and single and multi-page TIFF, to name a few.

The E1000 Series include a wide range of imaging features, such as Perfect Page scanning, automatic color detection, blank page removal, fixed thresholding, barcode reading, enhanced color adjustment and management, fixed and relative cropping and color dropout. Ultrasonic multi-feed detection is supported.

The scanners are compatible with Windows and Linux operating systems. Supported software includes Alaris Capture Pro Software, Alaris Info Input Solution and Asset Management Software. The Asset Management Software allows the system administrator to manage specific Kodak Alaris scanners across the network via a thin client-based dashboard. Note that the supported software is only available on Windows.

Finally, there is a three-year advanced unit replacement warranty.

  • Automatic Document Feeder?
  • Duplexing?
  • Ethernet Connectivity?
  • Wireless Connectivity?
  • Mobile Printing/Scanning?
  • Finishers?

Shortcomings

The E1000 Series doesn’t support Mac operating systems.

About

Alaris is a leading provider of information capture solutions that simplify business processes. They exist to help the world make sense of information with smart, connected solutions powered by decades of image science innovation. Their award-winning range of scanners, software and services are available worldwide, and through their network of channel partners. For more information, please visit AlarisWorld.com and follow us @AlarisWorld.

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