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Doxie Go Wi-Fi Portable Scanner

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Apparent Corporation announced the Doxie Go + Wi-Fi, a portable, wireless scanner that sends scans to any device or the cloud at 300dpi or 600dpi — no computer required.

Doxie is wireless scanning you can take anywhere. Featuring a built-in battery and memory chip, Doxie scans everywhere you go, then pushes scans directly from the scanner to Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, or Evernote.

The Doxie Go + Wi-Fi Scanner gets its Wi-Fi capability from an Eye-Fi X2 wireless SD card. The same scanner is available without the Eye-Fi card, just called the Doxie Go. Since the SD slot is available on Doxie Go, you could add Wi-Fi capability at a later time by inserting an Eye-Fi card. That way if you’re not sure you need Wi-Fi scanning connectivity, you can always add it later, and save some money up front.

“Doxie means simple scanning you can take anywhere — with a beautiful industrial design and great software, Doxie just works. And now with Wi-Fi, your scans push wirelessly to all of your devices, or even direct to Evernote and the cloud,” said Travis J. Hicks, chief operating officer.

Doxie Go + Wi-Fi Portable Scanner

Features

  • Doxie scans everything from bills and receipts to reports, recipes, cards, and photos. Just 8 seconds per page.
  • Doxie joins your Wi-Fi network and sends scans on the fly. On the go, Doxie creates its own ad-hoc network.
  • Doxie sends your scans automatically to your computer, mobile device, or directly to Evernote, Flickr, FTP, and more.
  • Grab the free Wi-Fi sync app from the App Store for fast, wireless scanning direct to your iPhone or iPad.
  • Scan in full color at up to 600 dpi. And with a battery, memory, and Wi-Fi, you can scan and sync anywhere.
  • Doxie Go + Wi-Fi includes wireless technology from Eye-Fi, the industry leader in wireless image sync.

Doxie 2.1 software for Mac + PC is included to sync and create searchable PDF files. Just sync, staple, and send to local apps or the cloud. Sync scans directly to your photo roll. Organize, e-mail, or use scans in iOS apps like Dropbox and Evernote.

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Specifications

  • Resolution: Up to 600 dpi
  • Speed: 8 seconds per page (300 dpi color); 5 seconds per photo (4×6″, 300 dpi color)
  • Page Size: From business card up to 8.5×12″ (includes A4 and U.S. letter size)
  • Output Formats: PDF, JPEG, PNG; Color, black and white
  • OCR: Create searchable PDFs with ABBYY OCR
  • Controls: Multi-action power button; adjustable paper guide ensures straight scanning
  • Dimensions: 10.5″ x 1.7″ x 2.2″ (26.7 cm x 4.35 cm x 5.6 cm)
  • Weight: 14.2 oz (403g)
  • Connections: Connects via USB to sync and charge
  • Built-in Memory: Stores up to 600 pages or 2400 photos
  • Expansion: SD card slot; USB flash drive port;
  • Wi-Fi: Works with wireless SD cards (sold separately; Eye-Fi and SanDisk brands)
  • Power: Built-in lithium-ion battery (100 scans per charge, recharges in about 2 hours)

Price and Availability

  • Doxie Go + Wi-Fi Scanner is $239 and now available.
  • Doxie Go (without Eye-Fi Wi-Fi card) Scanner is $199.

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