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I have a lot of 35mm slides I would like to convert to digital. What would be the best scanner to buy that is reasonably priced. I looked at the Ion slide2pc but it requires a 2.0 USB & my computer does not have that. i'm not sure if i have 1.0 or1.5 have windows XP
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I have a lot of 35mm slides I would like to convert to digital. What would be the best scanner to buy that is reasonably priced. I looked at the Ion slide2pc but it requires a 2.0 USB & my computer does not have that. i'm not sure if i have 1.0 or1.5 have windows XP


The options are 1.0, 1.1 and 2.0 IIRC. That being said, if you gave us a make and model number for your computer we could tell you for sure. That being said a) there are USB 2.0 add-in cards and b)the USB spec is backwards compatible. A 2.0 device will work on a 1.0 or 1.1 port, just much much much more slowly.
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What I have is a Dell Dimension 4300S
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