|[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]|
At 10:23 PM 5/14/2002 -0500, Laurie Solomon wrote: > >and the way the page reads, > >I think I would be justified in being peeved if my Perfection 2450 didn't > >operate at USB 2.0 speeds if I had a USB 2.0 port on my computer. > >I guess you would but I would say that you were just caught in the old >marketing hype gotcha. Does the literature, specs, manual, or packaging say >that the scanner is USB 2 or just merely compatible with USB 2. If it says >the former, you have grounds for legal action if it is not up to USB 2 >standards; but if it says the later, good luck. There, you made me grab the carton the scanner came in to see what it says. The "USB 2.0 compatible" statement came with the Scanner Basics booklet that came with the scanner. On the end of the box, under Minimum System Requirements, is says "-Available USB 2.0 connection and device drivers" and "-USB 2.0 compatible operating system and applications (recommended for optimum performance)" It also has an icon that says on it "Hi-Speed certified USB". Further down on the box, under Product Specifications, it says: "Computer Connection - USB 2.0/IEEE 1394 (Firewire)" On the front (and back) of the box, it says "USB 2.0 and Firewire connectivity for Windows and Macintosh systems" So, I'm thinking they're stuck with providing full USB 2.0 performance. **************** James E. Martz Milan, OH email@example.com ***************** - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.