Doxie Updates Its Moveable Doxie Go Scanner With Wi-Fi And iOS App
I’ve been utilizing my Doxie Go scanner for the previous two years. It’s a small little moveable scanner that you could put in a drawer and use everytime you want it. Doxie simply up to date its flagship scanner with not one however two new fashions — the Doxie Go Plus and the Doxie Go Wi-Fi.
The Doxie Go Plus, because the identify suggests, is an improved model of the scanner. The corporate claims that picture high quality has been improved, in addition to the feeding mechanism and battery life.
Aside from that, it really works kind of the identical means. You flip it on, insert a sheet of paper. Then, you possibly can both put the non-compulsory SD card into your pc, or simply plug the USB cable. The Doxie Go Plus prices $179, or $20 lower than the earlier mannequin.
Now, the Doxie Go Wi-Fi has extra fascinating enhancements, as this mannequin comes with… Wi-Fi (and extra inner storage). Once you flip it on, this mannequin will mechanically be a part of your Wi-Fi community should you’re at residence or at work, or it can create a brand new community. This mannequin prices $229 and is delivery subsequent month.
The group additionally took benefit of the Wi-Fi function to launch an iOS app. It is possible for you to to retrieve your scans from this app, after which reap the benefits of iOS eight to share your PDFs utilizing third-get together apps.
My favourite a part of the unique Doxie Go scanner was in all probability the native Mac app. It really works a lot better than the standard software program that comes with extra conventional scanners. I didn’t check the Home windows model, nevertheless it’s supposed to supply the very same options.
Within the app, you’ll be able to “staple” pages collectively in a single click on and save as PDF. Or you’ll be able to instantly share your doc on Evernote, Dropbox, Google Drive and OneNote. In case you are on the lookout for a brand new scanner, these new Doxie scanners may be a pleasant various to the constructed-in scanner in your printer.