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Doxie One - Standalone Portable Document & Photo Scanner

4.4 out of 5 stars 274 customer reviews
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  • Simple, standalone mobile scanner lets you scan paper anywhere in your home or office - no computer required
  • Scans full color sheets at 300 dpi in just 8 seconds
  • Doxie app included - amazing scanners deserve amazing software. Doxie software for your computer syncs scans, creates multi-page searchable PDFs with OCR, and sends directly to your favorite apps
  • Works with iPad via Apple SD Card Reader accessory (sold separately)
  • Included worldwide power adapter and 2GB SD memory card for storing scans
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Product Description

Doxie One. Scanning made simple. Paperless made personal.
Doxie One makes scanning simple - just turn it on and insert your paper. Doxie automatically pulls your sheet through and makes a digital copy in seconds - no computer required.

Doxie isn't tied down to your computer like other scanners. Use it wherever you find most convenient in your home or office. Scans are stored on an SD card (included), just like a digital camera. Sync scans to your computer or iPad when you're ready to organize.

Scanning made simple in your home or office.
Doxie is different than other scanners. It's lightweight and 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.

Sync to your Mac, PC, or iPad.
When you're ready to organize, simply sync scans from Doxie's SD card to your Mac, PC, or iPad. Download your scans with Doxie's SD card, via USB, or via Apple's iPad SD Card Reader (sold separately).

Paperless made personal with included Doxie app.
There's more to going paperless than just a great scanner. Doxie's app is the perfect digital inbox for your scans and your perfect assistant for organizing, sharing, and going paperless. Create multi-page searchable PDFs, share docs, and send to popular cloud services like Dropbox and Evernote.

Brilliant by design.
Traditional scanners are big, bulky, computer-driven, and a hassle. Even the latest models feature complex designs, crummy throw-in software, and tie you down to your desk.

Doxie's different - it's simple, portable, and comes with our amazing Doxie app that makes going paperless easy. With everything you need in the box, Doxie One is paperless for everyone.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 10.5 x 2.2 x 1.7 inches
Item Weight 1.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 2 pounds
ASIN B008ASBFM6
Item model number DX1
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 274 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #34 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Scanners > Document Scanners
Date first available at Amazon.com November 14, 2012

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By G. Ware Cornell Jr. VINE VOICE on November 30, 2012
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When I started practicing law in the 1970s, I would lug what is still called a brief or trial bag to depositions and hearings. In it would be a huge mass of paper and a bunch of legal pads. At the end of the deposition, I would pack it all back up along with newly added exhibits and tote it back to the office where someone would ultimately file it away. Sometimes the dead weight would exceed twenty five pounds.

Three years ago, I started carrying a portable scanner and a laptop to depositions. The scanner, a ScanSnap S300M Clr 600DPI USB 10PG Adf Mobile Scanner still performs well. By using the scanner and electronic copies of my file stored on my laptop, I reduced the weight of what I would take to depositions and court to about twelve pounds.

So why did I buy this new scanner? There is a one word answer-iPad.

As technology grew lighter, my scanner stayed the same weight-over 3 pounds.. In fact it was heavier, because I needed to take a laptop instead of my iPad to depositions.

By contrast the Doxie one weights in at two pounds, but since it works on AAA batteries, I don't need to carry power adapters with me either. By scanning the exhibits, I do not need to bring them back to the office-a savings of some weight and a lot of clutter.

Best of all the Doxie One saves to an SD card which can be read by an iPad with the Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit (MC531ZM/A), an inexpensive device I already own.

Now I can go to a deposition carrying maybe three pounds of equipment. It only copies on one side, unlike the ScanSnap which has dual side scanning. It is a small price to pay for the benefits.
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This little scanner tries to bridge the gap between the original Doxie and the Doxie Go. It has "desktop" features like USB connection, but portable features like battery power and saving to an SD card (provided). I should note it does not scan directly to your computer via USB; it is only used to transfer scans to your computer. The downloadable software is simple and a bit quirky, but it gets the job done. You can even perform OCR (converting your scanned images to text).

I've found the portable features compelling; I can sit in my living room watching tv with the Doxie One in one hand while the other feeds it paper. Because it has batteries and an SD card, there are no wires! (It does have an AC adapter too, by the way.)

Overall a neat little device. I am finding myself scanning everything now because it is so convenient. The only thing that would make this a five star product to me is the ability to scan directly from the device to my computer when connected via USB, but really the portability makes up for that limitation.
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So the quality of the scans isn't bad, when they work. The thing is nice and compact and seems sturdy. The software you install on your computer won't win any design awards, but isn't terrible either. You can "staple" your scan pages together, and save them as a multi-page PDF pretty easily, which is what I need to do most of the time. So far, sounds fine for the price.

But the big flaw in this thing is the paper feeder. It does not deal well at all with any creases or other imperfections in your paper. If you have a perfectly flat, like-new sheet of paper, it feeds no problem. Any creases, dog-eared corners, etc and it either fails to feed or will catch on one side and start going through at an angle, ruining the scan and eventually causing more creases. This can be incredibly frustrating. It reminds me of trying to get a rumpled dollar bill to work in some vending machines. You try 20 times, and on the 21st time it miraculously goes through.

At this point, I sort of hate my doxie, but for this one reason only. Because paper is rarely in perfect shape.
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I've spent just over 3 weeks with this device and it is great. I have scanned hundreds of different sheets of paper to test it out and it has yet to fail.

It is a small device and will fit pretty much anywhere so you can take it with you on the go, and it is perfect if you have an iPad so you can scan documents and immediately share them if you are not near a computer.
The scanner runs on the A/C adapter or 4 AAA rechargeable batteries. Using regular, alkaline, batteries does not work.

Doxie includes a 2GB SD card which you can put right into your computer and manage the scans just as you would with pictures from a digital camera.

The software that Doxie provides gives you options to tweak the scans and make them look better. You can also take various scans and "staple" them to export them as a PDF, which is very useful.
This works great with anything, but one specific thing I found it useful for was scanning old pictures that I found so if anything ever were to happen to them I would have a digital copy.

It is a solid device, but if anyone wants the ability to charge the device and better quality as well as the ability to scan legal sized documents then I recommend spending the extra $50 for the Doxie Go.
If you don't have need for those extra things then you will like the Doxie One.
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