The Kodak ScanMate i940 is an easy-to-use portable document scanner powerful enough to serve as a light-duty desktop scanner, too.
The Brother DSMobile 700D isn’t especially cheap, and it isn’t very good. You will be better off with a ScanSnap S1300i or Xerox Mobile Scanner.
The Swingline Stack-and-Shred 80X hands-free cross-cut paper shredder saves you from hovering over your shredder, slowly feeding documents.
The Canon imageFormula DR-C125 is a quick, space-saving desktop document scanner that is bogged-down by awful software. Get a ScanSnap S1500 instead.
While there are things to like about the Ambir ImageScan Pro 820i, it didn’t deliver the performance I expected.
Document scanners may not be the most sexy peripheral, but it looks like they are getting a lot of attention this Spring.
Being caught unprepared to hand over a critical document in court is especially terrifying to lawyers who are paperless.
I’d recommend getting the Doxie Go and Eye-Fi, because the Eye-Fi is a tiny addition to your kit, and I think you’re going to want it.
The Doxie Go is a game-changer for anyone who needs to scan documents on the go.
A paperless office is a no-brainer. If you don’t know where to start, this list of essentials includes everything you need to get started.
The Doxie Go is an ultraportable document scanner that doesn’t need to be attached to a computer to function.
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The Pandigital Photolink is an affordable alternative to more-expensive scanners like the Fujitsu ScanSnap.
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