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Doxie, the amazing scanner for documents

by Doxie
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List Price: $149.00
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  • Smart scanner for scanning and sharing paper
  • Portable, easy to use, and USB powered
  • Scans directly to Evernote, Flickr, and other cloud apps
  • Create PDF files right on your desktop
  • Mobile scanner that goes anywhere (free case included)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 2 x 1.6 inches ; 10.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003Y3YO7A
  • Item model number: DX100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 6, 2010
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Product Description

You've got paper. Get the smart scanner that makes it easy to archive and share.
Scanning documents doesn't need to be complicated: introducing Doxie, the modern mobile scanner that makes scanning all of your paper easy -- at home, at work, and on the go. Doxie works with the apps you already use, so it's easy to scan and share, automatically. Doxie is small, ultra-portable, USB powered, and highly affordable for your home or small business.

Designed to be easy to set up and use.
Using Doxie is easy -- just plug it in, launch the Doxie app, put in your document or photo, and press the button. Doxie makes stunning, high quality scans you won't find in scanners three times the price. Built-in tools for saving and sharing make getting organized a snap. Save as PDF, JPEG, or PNG... scan files to your desktop, apps, or right to popular cloud services.

Scan to your desktop, or direct to the cloud with Evernote and Google Docs.
Just click save for a PDF or JPEG to your desktop -- or, use Doxie's built-in Cloud menu to send scans directly to popular web apps like Evernote and Google Docs.

Scan in full color on both PC and Mac.
Doxie's modern, cross-platform desktop app offers a clean, uncluttered way to scan without configuration hassles. Simple and sophisticated -- that's Doxie, the amazing scanner for documents.

Wired Magazine: Editors' Choice!
Doxie is Wired's Editors' Pick: "Scans to a wide variety of cloud services. Almost no configuration required. Small, lightweight software installation... Doxie's neat, too, and won't leave PDFs or TIFF files littered around like other scanners."

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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use.
virginia1962
I keep this scanner on my desk but it is very easy and portable enough to fit in my case and take with me.
Ronnie Reid
Doxie gets five stars for a great product with great customer service.
Erica M

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

71 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Z. Schellhardt on September 9, 2010
I decided to go fully digital with my receipts, leases, statements, etc. I initially bought a Fujitsu ScanSnap, which took me 30 minutes to realize it simply wasn't working (DOA I suppose). I then discovered Doxie, which costs a third of the ScanSnap, plus it's lighter, smaller, portable, and much more pleasant to look at while it sits on my desk.

Their software is a little funky, with the hearts and all, but it's also very lightweight and effective software. It hooks into many great applications and web services, and the company seems to be adding more every few months. If you use Evernote for your personal information control, then Doxie is great.

Overall, if you want to digitize your documents, this thing kicks ass. It's fast and small and very pretty.
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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Sherry on August 29, 2010
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Easy set up and super simple to use. Works perfectly with our Mac network. Great scanner for personal use. We are scanning the mountain of paperwork everyone keeps because they think they might need it someday, and shredding the hard copies. It's safer not having those account numbers lying around and much easier to actually find what you are looking for when you scan and file with the Doxie.
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60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Shu on September 12, 2011
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First of all, I bought the Doxie from Amazon refurbished, although I don't think it made a difference from a new product, other than having to clean it a bit more during the setup process.

It's a really great concept, being able to scan and have the result automatically pushed to other apps and to the cloud. I find it really convenient. Doxie has helped me go mostly paperless, although scanning bulky things like instruction manuals is impossible unless you tear the pages out first.

It's great that I can scan a document and get it into EverNote, which syncs with the EverNote server automatically, to get a piece of paper into the cloud in under a minute.

Now on to the issues:

There's an issue between Doxie and EverNote where the title used for the document gets cut off after 8 characters. When you finish scanning a document it asks for a title, so I'll put something like "groceries receipt 9/12/2011". Then I always have to copy the title, hit the "Send" button to send it to EverNote as a PDF, but in EverNote the filename will get cut off to GROCER~1.PDF, and the same for the note title. Here I'll select the title in EverNote and paste what I copied from Doxie. It's a minor annoyance.

Another thing is where it's very easy to forget to change the scan settings for future scans. Say I'm scanning a photo in color with high dpi, and then a few minutes later dig up a black and white receipt to scan. I'll more often than not, put in the receipt and hit the physical scan button on the Doxie, forgetting to change to Grayscale with lower dpi--resulting in an unnecessarily huge file. Again a minor annoyance with the UI. It happens because after scanning the first photo, EverNote pops up on the screen, usually obscuring the Doxie window.
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By William on September 9, 2010
I got a Doxie because it's so portable.

It powers entirely though the USB, so if you have a laptop you could basically use it anywhere. I used it once in a hotel once, and once in my university library, both for sending documentation that needed to be rushed. But mostly I scan receipts and goofy stuff like forms from my insurance company.

It's been reliable, but the one time it was acting up, the support people were quick and efficient.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on November 12, 2010
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I love this scanner! It was a breeze to set up and has been so easy to use that my two year old has been 'helping' me scan in his preschool papers! It's been working perfectly for me. I've had no trouble with the automatic paper feed and I've scanned in about 50+ pages so far today and it's been working like a dream. I liked the fact that it didn't come with software or a seperate storage/organization system for the uploads since the whole reason for me getting a document scanner was to be able to pare-down and de-clutter! I've been quickly and easily uploading to Google Docs and Evernote; that way I'll always have access to these precious papers wherever I am but they won't be taking up valuable storage space in my house. Great product!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 15, 2011
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I already owned a flatbed scanner, but it is such a hassle to scan, edit, and save. Doxie is clearly directed to a female population, which I don't mind, and is ridiculously easy to use. One button is all you need. Editing and saving is also effortless, and you can send your documents straight to programs like Evernote. I use it for everything from tax documents, receipts, and medical records to magazine articles and recipes.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By D. Martin on January 3, 2012
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The Doxie is a great little scanner, and if you're trying to go paperless (you're like I used to be with a wallet full of old receipts and notes), it's the best way to do so. I keep my Doxie in my office desk drawer and pull it out from time to time when I get a stack of receipts in my wallet or I have some business cards to catalog. I also the fastest way I've seen to scan in a large stack of legal-sized files. I love how it can scan sizes larger than 8.5x11, something my flatbed scanner can't. I just scan everything now and send them to Evernote so I have them on all my computers and iOS devices.

A helpful hint: you should scan receipts as soon as possible because after a few weeks in my wallet, the ink gets very hard to read. Also, if your receipt (or whatever your scanning) has large creases in it, when the crease enters the Doxie and forms a little tent as it passes into the scanner, it will cause a little switch to pop up for a second. This causes the Doxie to think it has scanned the trailing edge of your document and whatever is behind the crease won't get scanned. This was my only reason for not giving it 5 stars (that and the flimsy carrying case; a hard case would've been so much nicer). A quick fix is to flip the receipt over and place a strip of clear Scotch tape over the creases. This flattens them and keeps them flat when going through the scanner. Just make sure there's no sticky edges hanging off the receipt!
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