Amazingly Portable Doxie Go Standalone Scanner

Scanner plays an important in most of the commercial offices. The fact is, it needs to be attached with a computer. But with the Doxie® Go which is a cordless paper scanner, you can scan papers any where as it doesn’t even need a computer to be connected with. In addition, Doxie® Go cordless paper scanner delivers enhanced scanning features, new cloud apps, add-on Wi-Fi with iOS and Android sync, and more…

Doxie® Go Scanner, Image Credit : Screenshot (Take From

Doxie® Go is a tiny mobile scanner. With built-in memory chip Doxie can scan anywhere because it doesn’t need any computer. In fact, it is a true mobile scanner that can be taken anywhere very easily. It weighs under a pound and is only about 10 inches long. It has slots for SD cards and USB drives. Its features are given below:

Features :

* Scans paper up to 15” (38 cm) in length
* Tiny and cordless
* Comes with a rechargeable battery
* Built-in memory for which you can scan anywhere
* Easily connected via USB to sync scans and recharge
* Scan full color pages in just 8 seconds
* Available Wi-Fi lets you sync scans wirelessly to your iPhone or iPad
* Dropbox integration is now built in to the software
* Hellofax integration is built in, so you can send faxes.
* Basecamp integration is built in, so you can scan to a Basecamp project
* Included Doxie 2.0 software
* Scans everything from bills and receipts to reports, drawings, recipes, ideas, business cards, photos and many more
* Scan up to 600 pages (2400 photos)
* Comes with Award-winning ABBYY® OCR technology

A lots of features are there also. To know about those features, head over to Doxie.

You can buy the Wi-Fi card only for $30. There is a new carrying case which costs only $29 and a worldwide power adapter that costs $10. The next generation Doxie Go is available now just for $199 in the United States, Canada, and throughout Europe and Southeast Asia. For more of the next generation Doxie® Go, take a look in GetDoxie. You can buy it from Amazon.

Source : GetDoxie
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Anatol Rahman is the Editor at TheTechJournal. He loves complicated machineries, and crazy about robot and space. He likes cycling. Before joining TheTechJournal team, he worked in the telemarketing industry. You can catch him on Google+.

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