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Doxie Flip - Cordless Flatbed Photo & Notebook Scanner w/ Removable Lid

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List Price: $149.99
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  • Scan your story with Doxie Flip, the ultra-mobile flatbed scanner perfectly designed for photos, memories, albums, creative ideas, and pocket notebooks.
  • Doxie is lightweight and portable - about the size of a book - with batteries and memory so you can scan anywhere, no computer required.
  • A unique removable lid lets you flip Doxie over and place it directly on your originals. Line up scans perfectly and see your scan as it happens with Doxie's transparent scanning window.
  • Doxie is built for capturing your history and creativity - scan photos, coins, ticket stubs, scrapbooks, Polaroids, letters, stamps, portraits, postcards, and pocket notebooks into digital files you can save and share. Doxie loves old albums, keepsakes, paper photos, even Field Notes and Moleskine pocket notebooks.
  • Included Doxie software lets you organize your scans, stitch multiple scans together into huge originals, and save digital copies to your desktop or to the cloud for instant sharing. Scans are ideal for use with Facebook, Dropbox, and more. You can even sync scans directly to iPad with Apple's iPad SD Card Reader (sold separately).
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Doxie Flip - Cordless Flatbed Photo & Notebook Scanner w/ Removable Lid + Doxie Flip Carrying Case (with hidden pocket) + SquareTrade 2-year Office Protection Plan ($75-$100)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 6.5 x 1.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00E00FSDU
  • Item model number: DX70
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 5, 2013
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Product Description

Doxie Flip - the scanner for creativity and history.
Doxie Flip is a new kind of flatbed scanner, designed for capturing your creativity and history. Doxie is perfectly designed and sized to capture photos, memories, creative ideas, surfaces, fabrics, and pocket notebooks. Plus, Doxie is cordless and lightweight, and works with no computer required.

Flip Doxie over and scan everything.
Doxie's unique removable lid lets you flip Doxie over and place it directly on your originals. Line up scans perfectly and see your scan as it happens with Doxie's transparent scanning window. Scan everything - you're only limited to your imagination! Doxie is perfectly designed for photos, memories, old albums, creative ideas, pocket notebooks, index cards, genealogy projects, and things you need to protect.

Amazing quality. Beautifully simple. Perfectly sized.
Doxie Flip delivers brilliant image quality up to 600 dpi. It's easy - place your original on the glass (or, remove the lid and place Doxie on your original), then push Doxie's big green button to scan to the included SD card.

What will you scan with Doxie Flip?
Doxie Flip scans originals up to 4x6" (A6), so it's perfectly sized to take with you. Doxie's removable lid makes scanning everything easy. And for larger originals, Doxie's AutoStitch feature seamlessly merges multiple scans together into one big image.

Included software and cloud features.
Import scans right to your PC or Mac with Doxie's included software, which makes it easy to organize, sort, save, and share your scans. Doxie supports cloud sharing directly to Evernote, Dropbox, and more. And Doxie's scans drop into Facebook for fast sharing with your friends and family.

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Had to contact customer service one time and received a quick friendly helpful response.
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This is a great product, very flexible and easy to use.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By M. Hunter on November 20, 2013
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I have a soft spot for Doxie. This is a great product. I like the fact I can sit in front of the TV and idly scan 200 photos without actually having to pay any attention to this task or be tethered to my computer.

Negatives:
* [Update June 2014 - Autostitch is now in there and produces great results!] Although the software is great, it doesn't yet have the auto-stitch feature enabled, which they stated as a feature.
* It doesn't autocrop the blank space around the photos. [Update June 2014 - use the Doxie software to do autocropping - much easier.]
* It chews through batteries and there's no optional power connector. Admittedly I've been using the heck out of it. So invest in some rechargeables...!

[Update June 2014 -- I've upgraded my review to 5 stars! What a great little product.]
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By mausolfb on February 16, 2014
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The Doxie Flip is an interesting take on mobile scanning. Most of the time a mobile scanner comes in the form of a document scanner and not a flatbed. It's not a full size 8.5 x 11 flatbed, but then it wouldn't be very portable size-wise.

The scanner's max scan size is 4 x 6 which is about what your typical photo is. If you're scanning something larger (say a larger image or pages of text) you can take multiple scans of the object and using Doxie's software, stitch the scans into one image.

The scanner uses SD cards to store scanned images and is supplied with a 4GB card. This will handle about 2000+ images depending on resolution. Speaking of resolution, the scanner can scan images in either a 300 or 600 dpi resolution. 300 is good for scanning text while 600 is good to use for images. You can also adjust the sleep timer of the scanner between 1, 2 and 10 minutes. That's essentially the extent of what's configurable.

The scanner is powered by four AA batteries and you can use rechargeables which may be a good idea as depending on use the scanner can eat up batteries. It is supplied with batteries right out of the box so it's ready for use.

Overall, the scanner takes good scans whether they're in 300 or 600 dpi resolution. I haven't noticed anything wrong with what I've been scanning with it so far. The only gripe is the scanner has limited functionality onboard for editing scanned images. For instance, an essential missing feature is to delete scans you don't want. You can only review what you have scanned, if you want to delete something you have to do it on a computer. Another item is the inability to abort a scan that's in progress. Due to the placement of the scan button it's possible to inadvertently press it and you can't stop the scan.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By lilyglint on March 13, 2014
I bought this because I needed some incentive to get moving on scanning the vast family archive of photos (and small objects) going back to the 19th century. Plus, I've been able to take it with me to visit my parents and scan some items they still have with them. It's so lightweight and effortless. I've compared the scans on a pixel level with scans from my larger desktop scanner and been very happy with the quality. Well made -- the padded carrying pouch and all accessories are great, too. Very good website and online support. Highly recommended.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gordon Smith on February 25, 2014
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This is just a really cool portable scanner that stores the scanned pictures on a USB stick. You can then move the pictures to your PC or to a hard drive or to a cloud storage...it's very easy to use. The only caution is that it runs off of 4 AA batteries, and the tendency is to just continually scan in those old paper prints, which runs the batteries down quickly. There's no A/C option, so I'd recommend getting two sets of rechargable batteries and a recharger so you can keep it going!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jan A. Bergeron on January 11, 2014
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Nice little scanner. Uses regular batteries, so don't have to worry about recharging. Haven't used it a lot, but battery life seems quite good. Limitation is the size of the scanned image. It's great for items that can't be fed through a sheet-feed scanner—my Doxie Go works great for that. But it's light weight and small enough to fit in a computer bag with other items. Haven't really experimented with the scanning of larger pages and using the software to "stitch" images together.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chris on March 24, 2014
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Light, easy to use and very effective.
Fits into laptop bag without adding too much extra weight and is just perfect for quick scans.
Easy enough to use scanning photos while watching TV so I am now a small part way through the many thousands of print photos I have!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Omar Shahine VINE VOICE on June 22, 2014
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My guess is that many of you have a scanner, and probably can’t figure out how to use it. My experience has always been that scanner software is nearly impossible to setup / configure / use and keep working. For the past many years I’ve had an expensive Fujitsu scanner for being nearly 100% paperless. This thing gobbles up mail, statement and papers and turns them into PDFs (I’ll save this for another post).

However, what about all those 4×6 photos you have? Receipts? Or really large items that can’t be easily scanned? Enter Doxie. The scanner with nothing to install, no computer to plug it into, the scanner that’s easy to use and cheap. There are multiple Doxie models:

Doxie Flip - flatbed
Doxie One - sheet fet, basic model
Doxie Go - sheet fed, rechargeable battery, 2x the optical resolution, and built-in memory
This post is about the Flip

What is it?

The Doxie Flip [$149 via Amazon] is a tiny flatbed scanner that doesn’t need a computer. It scans photos, receipts and large items (via a clever removable lid and software that stitches photos) and stores them on an SD card that you can later pop into your computer and download (like a camera). You can also, optionally, add an Ey-Fi card and just have the items wireless upload to your cloud of choice (or PC).

Why did you get it?

Every few months we get some analog photos that need scanning and recycling (we are all digital). And every few months our daughter brings home some largish piece of artwork or poster that won’t fit in our scanner. So I use Doxie to get them into the PC and archived.

I pretty much just scan anything I might feel guilty about throwing away, and then I throw it away.
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