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It will work on your mac.
By Thomas S. on 19 December 2014
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Doxie's software can be downloaded multiple times, but the files aren't going to sync automatically. I'd recommend using a Cloud sharing system with your Doxie to send your files out to your employees. You can connect popular services like Dropbox, Google Drive, One Drive, etc. to Doxie's software for easy transfer. Yo… see more Doxie's software can be downloaded multiple times, but the files aren't going to sync automatically. I'd recommend using a Cloud sharing system with your Doxie to send your files out to your employees. You can connect popular services like Dropbox, Google Drive, One Drive, etc. to Doxie's software for easy transfer. You can also connect your Mail client to Doxie's software, or any other application you may use to send files to your employees.
-Christy @ Doxie Customer Care see less
Doxie's software can be downloaded multiple times, but the files aren't going to sync automatically. I'd recommend using a Cloud sharing system with your Doxie to send your files out to your employees. You can connect popular services like Dropbox, Google Drive, One Drive, etc. to Doxie's software for easy transfer. You can also connect your Mail client to Doxie's software, or any other application you may use to send files to your employees.
-Christy @ Doxie Customer Care

By Apparent SELLER on 08 March 2016
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It surely scans business cards, so I guess it's able to scan similar things. As for the thickness, I think the maximum one is one sheet a time or a business card a time. Hope it helps.
By Anna on 19 December 2014
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Hi, thanks for the question. When I bought the Doxie Go, the choice was only between the Go and the original Doxie. The One and the Flip were not available yet. If you read the specs of the original Doxie, you'll find out that it was only USB powered with no external power required. So to meet my needs of portability a… see more Hi, thanks for the question. When I bought the Doxie Go, the choice was only between the Go and the original Doxie. The One and the Flip were not available yet. If you read the specs of the original Doxie, you'll find out that it was only USB powered with no external power required. So to meet my needs of portability and charge I chose the Go. see less Hi, thanks for the question. When I bought the Doxie Go, the choice was only between the Go and the original Doxie. The One and the Flip were not available yet. If you read the specs of the original Doxie, you'll find out that it was only USB powered with no external power required. So to meet my needs of portability and charge I chose the Go.
By Anna on 15 June 2014
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Of course it can. Provided you have the right mains adapter for the US, just as you would for any electrical item bought in another country
By hopefulagnostic on 09 March 2015
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It is the Doxie Go Plus.
Richard @ Doxie Customer Care

By Apparent SELLER on 11 August 2016
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Hi Lindsey. Not a silly question at all. It isn't a multi-scanner. It's single sided. You could put a thin leaflet through it (I couldn't give an exact number of pages), but you'd have to scan each page individually. I love my Doxie and it suits my needs. However, if you really want multi-page and duplex, and you ha… see more Hi Lindsey. Not a silly question at all. It isn't a multi-scanner. It's single sided. You could put a thin leaflet through it (I couldn't give an exact number of pages), but you'd have to scan each page individually. I love my Doxie and it suits my needs. However, if you really want multi-page and duplex, and you have the funds, then you might want to look at something like a Fujititsu scan snap. But for occasional scanning it is perfect. Also, Doxie have just done a bit of an update, releasing a version with built in wi-if, and (I think) increasing the internal memory. It might be worth checking their website and comparing their new models with what's available on Amazon.
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Hi Lindsey. Not a silly question at all. It isn't a multi-scanner. It's single sided. You could put a thin leaflet through it (I couldn't give an exact number of pages), but you'd have to scan each page individually. I love my Doxie and it suits my needs. However, if you really want multi-page and duplex, and you have the funds, then you might want to look at something like a Fujititsu scan snap. But for occasional scanning it is perfect. Also, Doxie have just done a bit of an update, releasing a version with built in wi-if, and (I think) increasing the internal memory. It might be worth checking their website and comparing their new models with what's available on Amazon.
I hope this helps
Ian

By Mr. I. Dunsford on 26 November 2014
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The scan speed at the default resolution is pretty quick - about 5 seconds maybe. There's a pause before it's ready to do the next scan, and this pause seems to be longer the more scans you've done, presumably because the memory card is filling up. Switching the scanner to the higher resolution mode makes it scan slowe… see more The scan speed at the default resolution is pretty quick - about 5 seconds maybe. There's a pause before it's ready to do the next scan, and this pause seems to be longer the more scans you've done, presumably because the memory card is filling up. Switching the scanner to the higher resolution mode makes it scan slower - I've only done it in that mode once, I think it was maybe about half the speed?
Doxie doesn't distinguish between colour and black-and-white at the time of scanning; this is taken care of later, when you open your scanned files in the Doxie software and you decide in what format to save them. see less
The scan speed at the default resolution is pretty quick - about 5 seconds maybe. There's a pause before it's ready to do the next scan, and this pause seems to be longer the more scans you've done, presumably because the memory card is filling up. Switching the scanner to the higher resolution mode makes it scan slower - I've only done it in that mode once, I think it was maybe about half the speed?
Doxie doesn't distinguish between colour and black-and-white at the time of scanning; this is taken care of later, when you open your scanned files in the Doxie software and you decide in what format to save them.

By J. Handby on 04 March 2015
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Hi kim, I would say its purely a matter of cost versus need. I have a Doxie go without Wifi and whilst it would be useful its not essential to my needs. If you want to use it with a phone or tablet only you will need wifi. I use my mac book and save files to a cloud service ie Dropbox, I can then access the files on my… see more Hi kim, I would say its purely a matter of cost versus need. I have a Doxie go without Wifi and whilst it would be useful its not essential to my needs. If you want to use it with a phone or tablet only you will need wifi. I use my mac book and save files to a cloud service ie Dropbox, I can then access the files on my mobile device. You can always get the go without Wifi and then add a wifi SD card to it if you find you need for wifi arises. Hope this helps. see less Hi kim, I would say its purely a matter of cost versus need. I have a Doxie go without Wifi and whilst it would be useful its not essential to my needs. If you want to use it with a phone or tablet only you will need wifi. I use my mac book and save files to a cloud service ie Dropbox, I can then access the files on my mobile device. You can always get the go without Wifi and then add a wifi SD card to it if you find you need for wifi arises. Hope this helps.
By Mark Whitwham on 13 March 2016
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Yes, Doxie Go and its software are both compatible with Windows XP-Noldo @ Doxie Customer Care
By Apparent SELLER on 27 June 2016