Yes, I specifically picked one for scanning. I have an Epson Workforce 610 (or something like that). It has both a doc feeder and flat bed scanning
option, and the biggest feature is that it will scan straight to PDF or JPG on a thumb drive plugged into the front. This skips all the computer based software which can make scanning such a pain. I think there is a way to have that scan go to your computer HD, but I haven't spent the time trying to figure it out.
So for multi-page articles, I scan one page at a time with the mag folded flat. The bummer is they go into separate PDF files.
SO then I take the drive over to the mac, and I run an "Automator" script which I've written that picks up selected pdf files (I manually select them in the finder) and concatenate them into a single PDF file. The other thing you'll need to do is rotate every other page after they've been scanned upside down, but that can be done by opening the PDF file in the preview app.
If you use Windoze, I can't help you on that...