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Doxie One Paper Scanner

Doxie One

Apparent has released the Doxie One, a simple and affordable 300dpi personal paper scanner for homes, families, and small businesses. Doxie One scans anywhere in your home or office — no computer required — and syncs with your iPad, Mac, or PC. Just push the button and insert your sheet. Doxie works with your Mac, PC, & iPad to make going paperless easy. Doxie’s modern app for your computer provides intuitive controls to organize your way: save to searchable PDFs, share docs, and send to the cloud.

Doxie’s different than other scanners. It’s small – about the size of an empty paper towel roll – 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.

Doxie works with all iPads, including the new iPad mini – just connect Apple’s Lightning or 30-pin SD Card Reader accessory ($29) to import scans. Scans import directly to your photo roll, back up via iCloud, and are shareable to built-in and third-party apps like Mail, Messages, Dropbox, Evernote, and many more.

Doxie Share App

Doxie’s app sends your paper to Evernote, Dropbox, and even to friends or colleagues with iMessage on iPhone, iPad, and OS X – so it’s easy to share, back up, and access your paper everywhere you go. (OS X 10.8 “Mountain Lion” and iOS 6 required).

Price and Availability
Doxie One ships worldwide in late November 2012 for $149. Sync to iPad with $29 adapter, sold separately. Package contents include the Doxie One standalone paper scanner, Doxie 2.3 software with ABBYY OCR, 2GB SD memory card, and a worldwide power adapter.

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For those needing up to 600dpi scans and wi-fi connectivity, consider the Doxie Go for $50 more.

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