. Has the bonus of being able to handle audio and video cataloging, as well (same engine, separately run programs). They also have a nice listing of barcode scanners of various prices on their webpage.
We've been using it for several (9 or so?) years, and I'm pretty happy with it. Biggest issue has been books that don't have an ISBN (say, printed in the early 60's and before). You can enter those by hand, but it takes a bit more work.
Any barcode scanner that is not a "contact" scanner should be up to the job. It's really nice to have a scanner that you can carry to the books, instead of having to bring the books to the scanner (ie, look for a "non-tethered") scanner. Downside is that the ones you can carry about cost more :-(
For the record, I'm using an old
CCD type scanner that connects using a keyboard wedge (you plug it into the PS2 port, and connect the keyboard to it). And at last look, our cataloged library numbered over 3500 books (and my count is way off now, because I haven't been keeping up with scanning incoming books for the last year or so - too many other things to be done!)