Go paperless and wireless with the Doxie Go Plus & Doxie Go Wi-Fi scanners


If you’re anything like me, you probably have drawers full of receipts, bills, forms, and more. Every year around tax time I grumble about the fact that I haven’t kept better track of my receipts. I end up spending most of a day sorting through them and entering everything in a spreadsheet. Afterwards I’m left with clipped stacks of paper that I end up storing in drawers and cabinets. I vow to do a better job the next year – which I’ve yet to do. I have a big clunky scanner that I could use to digitize the bills and receipts, but it’s not portable or that convenient to use. I may have found a solution… Enter the Doxie Go Plus & Doxie Go Wi-Fi scanners. These scanners have an easy to use one button operation for scanning 300 and 600 dpi full color scans. The built in software features Auto Adjust which applies smart cropping, de-skew, and automatic contrast. Doxie can perform 300 scans of bills and receipts to reports, drawings, recipes, notes, business cards, photos and more per charge. You don’t even need a computer to use it. The new Doxie Go Plus and Doxie Go WiFi scanners have integrated WiFi that syncs your high quality scans directly to your PC, Mac or iOS device wirelessly. Once scanned, Doxie’s included app creates searchable PDFs, and sends directly to your favorite apps and cloud services – like Dropbox, OneNote, & Evernote.

Doxie Go Plus is available now for $179 while the Doxie Go Wi-Fi is $229 and will ship mid-December with guaranteed delivery for Christmas (U.S. only). Learn more about Doxie Go Plus & Doxie Go Wi-Fi at www.getdoxie.com/product/doxie-go/

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  • Truffol November 26, 2014, 9:53 pm

    300 scans per charge sounds super convenient…price is a tad steep though. at $99 I’d imagine it selling pretty well.

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