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Doxie Go - Rechargeable A4 Paper Scanner

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  • Doxie Go delivers brilliant scanning you can take anywhere - no computer required
  • Doxie's tiny size makes it easy to scan at your desk or on the go - just insert your paper. Scan full colour A4 pages in just 8 seconds, all at up to 600 dpi.
  • Built-in rechargeable battery and memory - scan up to 600 pages (2400 photos), or insert an SD card / USB flash drive for additional storage.
  • Award-winning ABBYY® OCR technology recognises the text in your document and creates multi-page searchable PDFs.
  • Doxie app included: Amazing scanners deserve amazing software. Doxie's included app syncs scans, creates multi-page PDFs, and sends directly to your favourite apps.
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Technical Details
BrandDoxie
Item Weight404 g
Product Dimensions26.7 x 5.6 x 4.4 cm
Item model numberDX200
  
Additional Information
ASINB0053TRH2M
Best Sellers Rank 2,925 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight921 g
Date First Available13 Dec 2011
  
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Product Description

Doxie Go scans anywhere - no computer required.
Doxie is a different kind of document scanner that scans paper, photos, and receipts anywhere - no computer required. Just charge it up and turn it on, everywhere you go - insert your paper, receipts, and photos to scan, archive, and share.

Tiny, fast, and rechargeable.
Why stay tethered to your computer to scan your paper? Doxie's tiny size makes it easy to go anywhere -- it's not much wider than a piece of paper. Scans are stored in memory, then synced to your computer the next time you're at your desk. It's fast and easy.

Create searchable PDFs with ABBYY® FineReader technology.
Doxie integrates award-winning ABBYY® OCR technology that recognises the text in your documents and creates searchable PDFs. Search all your text, then copy and paste with ease.

Doxie software included - going paperless has never been so easy.
Brilliant scanners deserve brilliant software. Doxie's app syncs scans, creates searchable PDFs, creates multi-page documents, and sends directly to your favourite apps and cloud services. Doxie offers crisp, clean copies of your paper in full colour at up to 600 dpi - automatic contrast, rotation, and cropping make every scan look amazing.

Works with Evernote, Dropbox, and the cloud.
Doxie creates PDFs on your desktop, or uploads multi-page PDFs directly to popular cloud apps like Evernote and Dropbox. Doxie makes scanning all your paper simple.

Make it Doxie Go + Wi-Fi with a wireless SD card + extra ports for additional storage.
Doxie has built-in memory for up to 600 scans, and ports for USB flash drives and SD cards for additional storage. And Doxie Go is compatible with the SanDisk Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card (also available on Amazon). Just put a wireless SD card into Doxie, and you can wirelessly send scans to your Mac, PC, iPhone, or iPad.

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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By St33jk on 25 April 2012
I bought this scanner primarily for scanning documents onto my iPad.

The unit itself is a good size and build quality is okay - it is made out of plastic so is a little creaky and bendy in parts but should hold up. The scanner works by grabbing your page as you offer it up which can seem a little disconcerting at first, but you soon get used to it. One thing to note is the maximum page length is just longer than a sheet of A4. Scanning thicker objects such as business cards also worked fine. It usually copes well with paper inserted not straight but occasionally it will not straighten the page causing it to crumple as it passes through.

As this is a mobile scanner it has a built in battery for use. Included is a USB cable for data transfer and charging, although I wasn't able to charge and scan at the same time. There is a port for an extra AC adaptor so this may provide that functionality. The battery life lasts for about 80-100 scans. One thing that is noticeable is that it takes longer to grab the page as the in built memory fills up. There are 2 quality settings which can be used for documents (300dpi) and pictures (600dpi) - there is also a mounting sheet for scanning glossy photos.

The included software is simple but works well. It allows you to combine documents and export as PDFs or image files. OCR functionality is included but it only exports as a PDF not a word document. As well as the USB cable, an SD card or USB stick can be used to collect the scans.

Another version of this scanner is included with a wireless SD card which allows the scans to be transferred as images wirelessley onto a device or onto the Internet. This card can also be bought separately and added to the original version.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Richard Bogle on 7 Jun 2012
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The device works well. It's small so we can leave it on the kitchen table and scan the mail as it comes in. Whenever we have a moment we can plug it in to any machine and pull down all the scans (shared folder in Dropbox). The OCR makes the PDFs searchable and I particularly like the staple feature (combine scanned pages into a single PDF). I can't fault it.

But I wouldn't bother with the Eye-Fi for wifi. You can only connect to a single machine, you can't use 5MHz on your network and I had to turn off QoS. The software for the Doxie is excellent but the Eye-Fi's is terrible.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Denis on 16 Aug 2012
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Next day delivery was exactly that.

The scanner is great. Very easy to use and much smaller than I had anticipated. I had not intended to carry the scanner away from home but now, having seen it and used it, I will.
This is not a multi-sheet scanner but I have happily sat and fed it a series of documents as I catch up on my mail after a trip away.
The software (on a Mac) is very easy to use and the ABBYY OCR is a great addition.

I may sometimes have multi-page documents to scan and wish I had a sheet feeder but my normal use will be domestic documents, personal certificates for work, work documents and receipts. For those the Doxie is perfect.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Sam Deane on 9 July 2012
I bought this scanner along with an Eye-Fi card, to use wirelessly.

First let me say that the scanning itself is good. The software is good, and the OCR seems to work well. I do find that it can be difficult to feed paper in straight sometimes, and I think it would benefit from a little bit more of a paper guide.

Unfortunately, I had some issues with battery life, and initially posted a two star review here. Since then I've had some excellent support from Apparent (makers of the Doxie), which has helped to clarify the problem. If the score was on customer support alone, I'd be giving it 5/5.

As it is, I'm saying 4/5 as I do believe that the product has three minor design flaws.

1) My main problem *was* that the battery life seemed to be dreadful. It seems that the main culprit here is the Eye-Fi card, which substantially reduces the number of scans you can do between charges, even if you set the card up to be as power efficient as possible. Apparent did also send me a replacement scanner unit which seems to have better battery life than my first one, so it's possible that I had a slightly dud scanner to begin with. Even the new one though doesn't manage as many scans as is advertised.

I don't think that this is a major problem, but I do think that Apparent should make the potential impact on battery life a bit clearer when using an Eye-Fi, since they actively promote the use of the two together. The scanner is not the sort of thing I use every day, and I don't want to leave it permanently charging, so having it go flat quickly is a bit of problem, particularly since the time taken to charge it up was longer than the advertised two hours for me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rndmzr on 26 Aug 2014
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Most all of us get a ton of paperwork; bills, statements, payslips, insurance docs, receipts to mention a few. We know that we should actually keep a hold of them in case we need to return something under warranty, query something in the future, refer back to the payslips, or just need to keep track, but it all mounts up - files full of paperwork most all of which is now out of date meaning that when we do need to find something it's a huge trial to get what we need.

This is a neat little answer. It's a standalone, battery powered scanner. Simply switch on, and feed in the paperwork which it grabs and pulls through (paper as narrow as receipts are fine, as are A4/letter pages) scanning to internal memory and saving it there until you connect to your computer to move the scans off.

You can access it just like an external drive, but the bundled software is really where the solution shines and makes sense - the software connects to the scanner and imports the scans. It automatically corrects for skew and gives a little contrast boost which is useful for documents. You can tweak these settings if you like, and once you're done, can "staple" pages together into a document, and then export as PDF (or JPG, or PNG, or even a PDF with the text having been "read" by optical character recognition and embedded in to the PDF).

It all works seamlessly as you would want it to - by default, as you import to the software, scans are removed from the scanner memory, and as you export from the Doxie software to PDF, they are removed from the software. The scanner charges fine from your PCs USB port, and you can get an optional mains adaptor if you want.
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