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Doxie One - Standalone A4 Paper Scanner

4.7 out of 5 stars 72 customer reviews
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  • Simple, standalone mobile scanner lets you scan paper anywhere in your home or office - no computer required
  • Scans full colour sheets at 300 dpi in just 8 seconds
  • Doxie app included - brilliant scanners deserve brilliant software. Doxie software for your computer syncs scans, creates multi-page searchable PDFs with OCR, and sends directly to your favorite apps.
  • Works with iPad via Apple SD Card Reader accessory (sold separately)
  • Included worldwide power adapter and 2GB SD memory card for storing scans
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Technical Details
BrandDoxie
Item Weight780 g
Product Dimensions26.7 x 5.6 x 4.3 cm
Item model numberDX1
  
Additional Information
ASINB008ASBFM6
Best Sellers Rank 40,354 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight930 g
Date First Available10 Sept. 2012
  
 

Product description

Product Description

Doxie One. Scanning made simple. Paperless made personal.
Doxie One makes scanning simple – just turn it on and insert your paper. Doxie automatically pulls your sheet through and makes a digital copy in seconds – no computer required.

Doxie isn’t tied down to your computer like other scanners. Use it wherever you find most convenient in your home or office. Scans are stored on an SD card (included), just like a digital camera.

Scanning made simple in your home or office.
Doxie is different than other scanners. It’s lightweight and small so you can tuck it in a drawer when you’re not scanning. Setup is easy: Connect power, insert an SD card (included), press Doxie’s button, and you’re ready to start scanning.

Sync to your Mac, PC, or iPad.
When you’re ready to organise, simply sync scans from Doxie’s SD card to your Mac, PC, or iPad. Download your scans with Doxie’s SD card, via USB, or via Apple’s iPad SD Card Reader (sold separately).

Paperless made personal with included Doxie app.
Doxie’s app is the perfect digital inbox for your scans and your perfect assistant for organising, sharing, and going paperless. Create multi-page searchable PDFs, share docs, and send to popular cloud services like Dropbox and Evernote.

Brilliant by design.
Traditional scanners are big, bulky, computer-driven, and a hassle. Even the latest models feature complex designs, rubbish throw-in software, and tie you down to your desk.

Doxie’s different – it’s simple, portable, and comes with our brilliant Doxie app that makes going paperless easy. With everything you need to scan your paper in the box, Doxie One is paperless for everyone.

Doxie One includes a worldwide power adaptor with Europlug, U.K., Australia, and U.S. plugs.


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As someone who likes to try and keep my home office space as paper free as possible I started to scan everything I get a few years back to I could get rid of as much of the physical paper I have as possible. Or at least that was the theory! The reality of course was that the process of using my flatbed scanner to import even the smallest amount became such a chore that I was hardly doing this at all and I ended up with a large backlog that needed attention which when faced with this and the fact my flatbed isn't supported in Mac OS 10.8 I looked for an alternative and found a solution in the Doxie One.

When I was first looking at Doxie I was tempted but was a little put off at first as I didn't want the one covered in pink hearts (original Doxie) and didn't really want a scanner that relied on battery power (Doxie Go). In comparison with the competition I also didn't want to spend a lot of money on a scanner and it had to be small so I could stash it in a desk drawer so as to not take up too much space. It was then that I saw Doxie had the Doxie One on the way - I did some research and pre-ordered.

So after a few days with the Doxie I'm happy to say that it lives up to expectations, though it's not without its own little quirks! The first thing you notice when your Doxie arrives is that the company clearly has a bit of a sense of humor and the manuals included are refreshingly light hearted. In terms of setup there is a fair amount of clear tape protecting the Doxie that can be a bit fiddly to remove but once done it's a case of plugging it into the power inserting the SD card and off you go.
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This is an excellent bit of kit, does what it says on the tin and no more. I love it. Cleared a massive pile of old bits of paper, and when combined with Evernote software which is another brilliant (separate) bit of software has made me if not entirely paperless, then well on the way. I just wander round the house now trying to find stuff to scan!

There are two reasons why I didn't give this a 5, but they don't detract from the overall point for me.

1) if the edge of paper you're scanning isn't dead flat/crisp, the scanner can have trouble picking the paper up. Normally a couple of tries sorts, or alternatively feed from the other end of the paper and rotate once in the software. Not a major issue

2) despite using a fast SD card (not the supplied one which is slower), I find the import process from card to either my MacBook or PC Doxie software is slowish. With one or two scans it's not an issue. If you've scanned loads, you might want to make a dupe of tea whilst you're waiting

The pros massively outweigh these two minor issues. If you buy it, you won't regret it
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Finally, a scanner that accomplishes what should be expected from a scanner - documents are converted from a paper form to a digital form - and no more! It's simple to use and absolutely reliable. Everything you scan goes onto an SD card as a JPG. There's no need to set up drivers etc, it's the same as getting pictures off a camera.

My use case was "going paperless" - converting all of my old documents into a digital form. It didn't take me long to scan over 2000 documents. It would even happily scan crumpled receipts, though sometimes would require a couple of attempts. Doxie has been perfect for the job.

I get the feeling that the developers of Doxie really knew their target market - people who want hassle free scanning. The included manuals are light hearted and humorous - a nice break from those huge manuals which say "read manual before use". It's simple, robust (I've dropped it a few times), small, minimal (scanning is all it does, no printer or arty features), and looks great. Honestly can't think of anything bad about it!
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Great little gadget. I combined this with an Eye-Fi wireless card and Evernote.
I can scan in tons of paper while sat in front of the telly, Eye-Fi card wirelessly copies it to my computer and Evernote OCR's all the text and backs it up.

End result is a completely searchable backed up paperless solution.
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Doxie replaced a scanner I've had sitting on my desk now for several years gathering dust because it didn't work with any version of Windows after Vista and no Mac OS version after 10.8... otherwise my previous scanner was a compact Canon which took up very little space and I was sad to get rid of what I knew was a piece of technology that otherwise still worked bar software incompatibility.

Then Doxie arrived and everything I thought I knew about scanners changed; Doxie redefines "compact" - it is slightly wider than an A4 sheet, and only a few inches deep. Doxie comes with a mains adapter, however I put some batteries in, so Doxie is also completely wireless. And Doxie needs no connection to a computer... ever! That means I'll never have to face it becoming obsolete like the last scanner I mentioned.

Scanning is really easy - power on, push some paper towards it, it feeds it through electronically, and once it spits it out the other end, it has created a JPEG image on the SD card. You can pop the SD card out every so often and either manually copy the images off or use the Doxie software... available for Windows and Mac, to create PDFs, upload to Dropbox and Evernote, combine images together into paged PDFs, and run OCR on documents to produce plain text (selectable/searchable text) PDFs too. I have tried a few photos and Doxie also reproduces them with good colour clarity.

I leave Doxie on my desk and scan all my paperwork as it comes in the post... then I shred or bin the originals; it's just so convenient to do now and it means that I don't leave mail lying all over the place "to deal with later" (I'm not a tidy person).
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