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I need a recommendation for a scanner under $100
I mindlessly picked up an HP scan jet 3670 assuming it would work as well as my last HP. Sane does not support it yet, so I need to return it, and am curious to know if anyone has had luck with a recent scanner that is in the $70-$100 range. I have looked up the majority of the current scanners in the sane database and so far they have all turned up unsupported.
I use a flatbed Cannon CanoScan LiDE 30. It's fully supported and cost me around £60 (UK Pounds, probably less than $50 US) and supports reasonably high resolutions. I have no complaints about the image quality either.