Doxie Go Plus

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Scanning documents and photos on the go just got a whole lot easier as Doxie introduces its latest iteration on its flagship scanner, the Doxie Go Plus.

This contraption is perfect for those of you that work from a mobile office, or are just looking to de-clutter that home work space. It’s tiny enough to toss in your backpack, briefcase, or top desk drawer, but don’t let it’s small size fool you. This Doxie is capable of scanning up to 600 DPI in about 8 seconds, which should definitely help give you a boost in productivity. And with 3 times the battery life, it can scan up to 300 pages on just a single charge. It also comes with a built-in rechargeable battery, internal memory, and with Doxie’s included software users can easily create images along with multi-page searchable PDFs. The device will be released on November 28th, just in time for the holidays. [Purchase]

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