Doxie Go Portable Scanner Syncs to iOS Devices

Posted by at 9:14 am on October 18, 2011

Apparent heats up portable scanning on Tuesday with the Doxie Go. The small, 600DPI reader takes a different approach with its own storage and syncs like a camera, uploading its results over USB if it’s talking directly to a computer. It also has a unique option of syncing to iOS devices: an optional Sync kit add-on pushes scans directly to the Camera Roll on one of Apple’s devices, which in turn can sync with iCloud.

Optionally, scans can go directly to Dropbox, Evernote, Flickr, Google Docs, or elsewhere without a computer, or locally to either an SD card or a USB thumb drive. Apparent’s official desktop apps can move pictures to local apps like iPhoto or Photoshop.

As a completely wireless scanner, it can handle as many as 100 scans before it needs a two-hour charge. The storage is enough to handle 600 A4 or letter-sized pages and can handle more for smaller scans, such as photos.

The Doxie Go is up for pre-order today at $199 with an anticipated ship in late November.

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