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The Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 is the best portable wireless scanner on the market, but you probably shouldn't get one.
The Brother ADS-2000 had good looks, speed, and value — and a USB port for remote scanning, which you won't find on any other desktop document scanner.
According to the Wirecutter — which advice I generally follow — the Canon ImageFormula P-215 is the best portable scanner. Among its attributes: a 20-page document feeder, embedded software, duplexing, and speed. The Wirecutter called it close between the P-215 and the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i, but gave the edge to the Canon. I got a […]
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.
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.
Doxie just updated its sweet Doxie Go scanner with an Eye-Fi card that lets you wirelessly scan to your iPad, smartphone, computer, or Evernote.
The NeatDesk document scanner is an attractive, consumer-grade document scanner that is up against stiff competition, including the Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500, which has become incredibly popular with lawyers and includes a copy of Acrobat for a tough-to-beat value proposition. But the NeatDesk has its own software package and at least one feature the ScanSnap lacks: […]
Lawyers can use Echosign to electronically sign documents.