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Doxie Go - Rechargeable Mobile Document Scanner

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Doxie Go
  • Doxie Go delivers smart and simple scanning you can take anywhere - no computer required
  • Portable scanner with built-in rechargeable battery and memory - stores up to 600 pages (2400 photos), or insert an SD card / USB flash drive for additional storage
  • Doxie's tiny size makes it easy to scan documents at your desk or on the go - just insert your paper. Scan full color pages in just 8 seconds at up to 600 dpi
  • Award-winning ABBYY® OCR technology recognizes the text in your document and creates multi-page searchable PDFs
  • Doxie app included: Amazing scanners deserve amazing software. Doxie 2.0 syncs scans, creates multi-page PDFs, and sends directly to your favorite apps
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Connectivity Technology USB USB Cable USB USB
Operating System PC or Mac pc,mac Windows Windows
Dimensions 1.73 inches x 10.51 inches x 2.2 inches 1.33 inches x 10.74 inches x 1.87 inches 3.03 inches x 11.18 inches x 3.9 inches 1.4 inches x 2.1 inches x 11.4 inches
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Product Details

Size Name: Doxie Go
  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.2 x 1.7 inches ; 14.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0053TRH2M
  • Item model number: DX200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (305 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,180 in Office Products (See Top 100 in Office Products)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 28, 2011
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Doxie Go scans anywhere - no computer required.
Doxie is a new kind of portable scanner that scans paper, photos, and receipts anywhere - no computer required. Just charge it up and turn it on, wherever you are - insert your paper, receipts, and photos to scan, archive, and share.

Tiny, fast, and rechargeable.
Why stay tethered to your computer to scan your paper? Doxie's tiny size makes it easy to go anywhere -- it's not much wider than a piece of paper. Scans are stored in memory, then synced to your computer the next time you're at your desk. It's fast, simple, and easy.

Create searchable PDFs with ABBYY® FineReader technology.
Doxie integrates award-winning ABBYY® OCR technology that recognizes the text in your documents and creates searchable PDFs. Search all your text, then copy and paste with ease.

Doxie software included.
Doxie's app syncs scans, creates searchable PDFs, creates multi-page documents, and sends directly to your favorite apps and cloud services. Doxie offers crisp, clean copies of your paper in full color at up to 600 dpi - automatic contrast, rotation, and cropping make every scan look amazing.

Works with Evernote, Dropbox, and the cloud.
Doxie creates searchable PDFs on your desktop, or sends your paper to popular cloud apps like Evernote and Dropbox. When you scan to the cloud, your scans are available on all of your devices, backed up, and easily shared.

Wi-Fi ready + ports for more storage.
Doxie has built-in memory for up to 600 scans, and ports for USB flash and SD cards for more storage. And Doxie is compatible with Eye-Fi X2 wireless SD cards - just put an Eye-Fi card into Doxie, and you can wirelessly send scans to your Mac, PC, iPhone, or iPad.

Customer Reviews

Portable and very easy to use.
deekayare
It has a power adapter so I can scan without worrying about the battery running down.
Liz I.
Doxie knows you probably like PDF, and if you need JPEG it is great for that too.
GJJ

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

168 of 172 people found the following review helpful By Axel on December 8, 2011
Size Name: Doxie Go
I ordered the Doxie Go to make document scanning easier. I have a Canon scanner that is great with photos, but scanning documents and receipts is far to cumbersome. I use Evernote on my iPad so I also ordered the "iPhone/iPad Sync Kit" so I wouldn't need my computer. The sync kit turned out to be a standard Eye-Fi card which means I don't even need the iPad, Eye-Fi can sync directly to Evernote.

The setup is easy, the initial battery charge is of course an unwelcome three hour wait when I want to play with my new gadget, but after that it's almost zero configuration. I had to create a Eye-Fi account and enter my Evernote login and then I just plugged in the card and started scanning.

Scanning a lot faster than my old scanner, especially since the process is fully automated so I don't have to hook up the scanner, start the scanning software, place the document under the lid, check the settings, make a preview, select the scanning area, do the actual scan and the finally save and handle the resulting file. Now I press the power button and feed the document to the scanner. Done.

The scans are jpg files and it's possible to change the quality to suit your needs. I selected the second highest quality and my scans ended up as 650k for an A4 page and 150k for a receipt. No problems for my free Evernote account.

The "cute" design is toned down compared to the older doxies so it doesn't really bother me. It's a bit strange to sell office machines using pink hearts and colorful pictures but I guess beige and grey is not for everyone.

As a wireless Evernote accessory the Doxie Go exceeded my expectations. The fact that I don't even need a computer (or an iPad) in the scanning process is just fantastic.
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81 of 83 people found the following review helpful By W. Norman on December 14, 2011
Size Name: Doxie Go
Like:
- No computer needed
- Compatible with iPhone and iPad via camera connector
- Good design
- Very portable
- Corrects alignment when I put in a page slightly crooked.
- Integration with Evernote, Dropbox, and Facebook (why are you sending scans to Facebook?)

Do not like:
- No OCR (though I hear it is coming soon)
- Wish the battery lasted longer

I really like the Doxie Go for what it is. That is, it is not a scanner in the traditional sense where you scan in documents while connected to a computer. There is no checking your document as it comes in and then saving it off somewhere. Doxie Go seems ready to work anytime with out the computer. Just grab a stack of papers and start scanning.

So far I have been able to move a small mountain of paper through it and on to the hard drive of my computer clearing out some clutter, while not worrying that I'm throwing away something of importance.
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93 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Peter Clark on July 14, 2012
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I spent months considering a scanner for my real estate business. A portable mini scanner seemed like it would come in handy, but I've come to hate buying new gadgets that will ultimately prove worthless and end up in the back of the closet with all the other stuff I thought I would actually use, but never really did. I read hundreds of reviews and narrowed the search down to a couple of the "big name brands" and this Doxie Go DX200.

Never heard of Doxie before, but they seem to have a growing cult of extremely satisfied customers. Features like the automatic WiFi uploading, the unique computer-free scanning capabilities, and the diminutive size and weight of the device coupled with their growing fan base finally made me pull the trigger. Best purchase I've made this year. I scan marketing materials to show on my iPad 2 rather than printing hundreds of copies. I scan contracts. I scan receipts. I scan photos. I scan memos and meeting notes. I scan checks. I scan business cards. And they're all there on Dropbox and Evernote whenever/ wherever I need them. Amazing. Quick. Easy.

I bought my Doxie in May, 2012 and it came with a crappy sleeve (sorry, but it is what it is). In June, they came out with a much better case for just $29. I contacted their customer service and got a reply almost immediately. They have taken care of my minor complaint beyond what I had ever expected from any manufacturer. If only all companies treated their customers this way.

Also, as of July, 2012, they have updated their already fantastic software and have provided previous customers with a free upgrade. They have discontinued the crappy sleeve that left black dust/lint all over the white scanner, a wise move.

As to other reviewers complaint about the charging, it's true.
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57 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Spike on August 5, 2012
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I love this scanner! I got it because it was a cheap scanner with good reviews. I had no idea how much it would change my workflow for the better. You can't think of it as a regular scanner. It lives on your network as it's own entity. We keep it on our kitchen island most of the time and we just grab it quickly whenever we need to scan something. The scan sits on the Eye-Fi card until you open your computer, which could be weeks or even months later if you like. Once you fire up your computer your scans all load automagically to the computer. When you get around to managing your scans you just open the Doxie app and boom, they're all there. You can save as pdf, save as jpg, OCR save pdf color or B/W, email or do whatever you like with them from there (or do nothing, they'll just stay in the Doxie app). So seamless, I love it! You only need an Eye-Fi card large enough to hold your scans until you open your computer the next time. I got the smallest one Amazon sells (I think 4 Gig) and it's plenty. I wouldn't wast your money on the larger one unless you plan on scanning for months and months and not loading them to the computer. The scan loading isn't even limited to your home network. I often will forget something at home and I'll ask my wife to scan it. Within a few seconds it pops on my computer at work, no drama.

You need to charge it of course and that's easy enough via a USB cable. We don't even hook it to a computer for that, I just use the supplied USB cable and plug it directly into a USB wall adapter plug. I just use the one for my iPhone. Easy peezy....

The only criticism I have is that it only feeds one sheet at a time. I was hoping for an add-on document feeder but no luck yet. It's an okay tradeoff given the Doxie's portability.

Great addition to our home office, I'd have a hard time surviving without it. And I've almost achieved my dream of living in a completely paperless world!
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