Apparent announces Doxie Go scanner with wireless scanning features

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Date: Friday, January 27th, 2012, 07:23
Category: Accessory, News

This could prove useful.

Per The Unofficial Apple Weblog, accessory maker Apparent has announced a new model of its popular Doxie Go scanner with Wi-Fi support. The tiny appliance can be charged up, slipped into a bag and carried around for on-the-go scanning of documents, receipts or other slip of paper you want to digitize and save.

Back in December, Apparent had developed a workaround that allowed to unit to enable with Eye-Fi Wi-Fi/SD card wireless scanning of sorts. As of the Expo, the devices now have that wireless functionality built in. Documents scanned with the new model can be sent to your computer, mobile device, or to Evernote, Flickr, or an FTP account. Its street price is listed at US$239.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.

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One Response to “Apparent announces Doxie Go scanner with wireless scanning features”

  1. The Doxie Go (with of without WiFi) is finally the real “paperless office 2.0” enabling device. You can scan everything immediately on the go or when you get some piece of paper. This now lives in my laptop bag. It really is different from office- or computer-based scanners. Minor con: Only scans one side, so need to be careful to scan docs facing the right way. I’m just a happy Doxie Go user, no other connection.