The Scan Man is generally not a fan of mobile personal scanning devices unless they have some value over simply using a smart phone camera to scan. The Doxie Go is interesting. Not that it is fast, but because it is wireless and battery powered. While the mobile phone is great for scanning single page documents, anything with more pages is a pain. The Doxie scanns several pages a minute and then transmits to your computer or mobile device. Check out this little scanner here.
Doxie Go makes scanning smart and simple. Just charge it up and turn it on, anywhere – insert your paper, receipts, and photos to scan, archive, and share.
Doxie scans everything from bills and receipts to reports, drawings, recipes, ideas, business cards, photos, and everything else in your home or office.
Doxie’s tiny size makes it easy to scan at your desk or on the go, no computer required – just insert your paper. Scan full color pages in just 8 seconds.
Doxie’s rechargeable battery keeps you scanning anywhere. Scan up to 600 pages (2400 photos) with built-in memory, or insert an SD card or USB flash drive for additional storage.
Doxie Go syncs to your computer when you plug it in via USB – just like a digital camera. And with available Wi-Fi, you can also sync scans wirelessly to your iPhone or iPad.
Doxie Go has built-in ports for USB flash drives and SD cards. Scan to Doxie’s internal memory, or insert a flash drive, SD card, or wireless SD card for easy expansion.
Amazing scanners deserve amazing software. Doxie 2.0 syncs scans, creates searchable PDFs, creates multi-page stacks, and sends to local and cloud apps.
Award-winning ABBYY® OCR technology recognizes the text in your documents, creating searchable PDFs. Search all your text, then copy and paste with ease.
Doxie offers crisp, clean copies of your paper in full color at up to 600 dpi. Automatic contrast, rotation, and cropping make every scan look amazing.
It’s all in the box – Doxie Go scanner, amazing Doxie software with ABBYY® OCR, sync/charge cable, even a carrying case. And an optional wireless SD card syncs scans directly to iPhone and iPad.