SeeI purchased a NeatDesk scanner awhile ago to answer a growing need at home for more robust scanning. I'm one of those people that needs to have everything neatly filed away even though I will probably never see it again. I also religiously enter all my personal receipts and track my personal finances in detail. This seemed the perfect product to answer both needs.I was used to the Fujitsu ScanSnap S510 that I have at work, but in addition to an arm they also wanted a leg. The price of ..
I purchased this unit in 2012 and was generally okay with it until Mac OS X 10.11.x came out. El Capitan broke the Neat Desktop application and the company has yet to release an official update. Instead it has posted beta versions and instructions for odd workarounds to problems such as the hardware buttons refusing to work. Using the Neat scanner has become so irritating that I have started letting bills and receipts just pile up. To add insult, on Mar..
I purchased this product with the idea that I can get rid of my growing mountain of papers. Out of the box I was excited and began digitizing my files like crazy. I was able to clear out a full filing cabinet. So I should be happy with this product, right? WRONG! I came back 2 weeks later to scan some more documents only to find that the software wants me now to sign up for a paid subscription to use the stupid thing. Why would I spend $300 for a scanner then have ..