Aorus X7 v2
This stratospherically powerful and remarkably thin SLI gaming laptop is unsurprisingly hot and loud
Processor: Quad-core 2.5GHz Intel Core i7-4860HQ, RAM: 16GB, Dimensions(HxWxD): 22.9x428x305mm, Weight: 3kg, Screen size: 17.3in, Screen resolution: 1,920x1,080, Total storage: 3x128GB SSDs in Raid 0, 1TB hard disk, Operating system: Windows 8.1
Epson WorkForce DS-510 review
A convincing, keenly priced sheet-fed document scanner, but it's not the best
IRIS IRIScan Mouse review
A good hand scanner combined with a good mouse
IRIS IRIScan Book 3 Executive review
A useful and highly portable document scanner with good OCR software, but we're not convinced it needs Wi-Fi
Canon Canoscan 9000F review
An excellent scanner for capturing art, transparencies, prints or other creative work in great detail
Canon ImageFormula P-208 review
A compact and light portable scanner that comes with brilliant software; the P-208 is nearly perfect
Fujitsu ScanSnap ix500 review
Great for businesses that regularly deal with hundreds of hard copy pages, but others could do better with an MFP or portable document scanner
Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i review
A highly-portable, easy to use document scanner that produces great results
Kodak ScanMate i940 review
There's a wide choice of document scanners at this price. Though capable, the ScanMate i940 isn't the best
Brother DS-700D review
An inexpensive portable scanner, but the competition is worth the extra cash
Canon ImageFormula P-215 review
This well-designed portable scanner comes with superb software. It's perfect for mobile workers who need to capture multi-page documents
LG Scanner Mouse LSM-100 review
LG's Scanner Mouse might not be the best mouse we've ever used, but it's certainly the best hand scanner
Plustek OpticBook 3800 review
This scanner is a good idea for anyone needing to archive books or magazines, but its performance in our tests suggest it's not worth the premium price
Honestech Film Scan&Save review
It's smart, incredibly quick and easy to use, but this 35mm film scanner is let down by comparatively poor image quality
Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 review
This lightweight, compact mobile scanner seems a little fragile, but it's bundled with class-leading software that makes it a joy to use
Plustek MobileOffice S420 review
This scanner has a good set of features and a useful docking station, but it's expensive and its scan quality is disappointing.
Plustek SmartOffice PS286 review
Its speed and scan quality are OK, but flimsy build quality and buggy software count against the PS286.
Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 review
While most users prefer the flexibility of a flatbed, the S1300 is great if you want to easily scan and OCR larger documents, while its portability means you can use it anywhere.
Canon Imageformula P-150 review
This lightweight portable scanner makes sense for business users on the road, but it's a niche product.
Canon CanoScan LiDE 700F review
Excellent document and photo quality along with a transparency scanner make this a versatile scanner.
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