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Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 Scanner


Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 Scanner

The Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 scanner is best described as a topnotch device that has been made even better.  In a niche where smartphones and tablets are selling like there is no tomorrow, desktop scanners obviously need more than just the good looks and tweaked features for them to attract the attention of consumers…









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Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500 for PC

Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500 for PC

***Important news – Fujitsu has replaced the S1500 with the new Fujitsu iX500***


***Read the full review of the new iX500 Scanner here***





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Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50 Document Scanner

 Epson WorkForce Pro GT-S50

As with most Epson built products, this one is built like a tank. It’s built to last. Unlike a tank, though, the GT-S50 is easy to fold up, put away and forget until the next day’s scanning.

For those businesses or people who have to scan daily and scan in quantity, then this Epson is for you…






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Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500M for Mac Users

Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500M for Mac Users

***Important news – Fujitsu has replaced the S1500M with the new Fujitsu iX500***


***Read the full review of the new Fujitsu iX500 Scanner here***







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NeatDesk Desktop Document Scanner

NeatDesk Desktop Document Scanner

I’m sure most of you have seen the NeatDesk Desktop Document Scanner television commercial by now. The commercial has been airing on ESPN the last few weeks or so and I must say that ESPN’s ad rates must be fairly low for some of those games. I believe I saw the commercial at least six times during the same game. Could’ve been more, could’ve been less. In any event, The Neat Company (formerly known as NeatReceipts) believes that they have winner with their family of products that include the NeatDesk Desktop Document Scanner, the NeatDesk Scanner for Mac and the NeatDesk Mobile Scanner…








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Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 Portable Document Scanner

Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300

If your profession requires you to be on the road for any length of time, you know how precious portable (or mobile!) office devices can be to accomplish your job related tasks. With the S1300 portable document scanner, Fujitsu has further refined the functionality of a desktop scanner into a compact package.

Although it’s not the smallest portable document scanner on the market, the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300 has many features that the smaller scanners simply cannot have due to space considerations…








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Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 Mobile Document Scanner

Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100

Weighing a mere 12 ounces, the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 Mobile Document Scanner has made going paperless a much easier goal to attain. Whether you are a college student, a sales rep or a harried parent in the home office, this affordable and efficient mobile scanner should be your first choice…






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Brother DSMobile® DS-600 Document Scanner

Brother DSMobile® DS-600

Another resident of the burgeoning portable color scanner genre is the Brother DSMobile® (DS-600).  Brother’s entry has been around since 2004 and it is starting to show its age.

Although just like your favorite uncle who’s getting old and forgetful, but is still lovable, the Brother DS-600 has its faithful followers who love and adore it.  The problem is, the younger kids are a bit more hip and the competition is catering to them…







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Canon P-150 Portable Document Scanner

Canon P-150

Going along with the current technology trend of making everything smaller, Canon has released its miniature version of the traditional scanner to the general public. This iteration of the portable scanner is called the Canon P-150, and it packs quite a punch for such a little guy…








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Paperless Office?






Hello Sign might have the answer, but it remains to be seen if it will catch on with consumers. More than likely, businesses will run with the paperless office idea first:



The elusive paperless office: HelloSign says it has the answer



by Donna Tam, CNET


The new product from Y-Combinator’s HelloFax aims to replace printing and scanning documents while taking a consumer approach to the fabled office of the future.

HelloFax is known for letting people send and receive faxes, request signatures, and fill out forms — all without a physical document. From that service, the company is launching HelloSign, which lets people sign documents digitally.

Through HelloSign, Walla hopes to accomplish what many companies have tried and failed to do: create a paperless office. It was a dream born in the dot-com era but never realized, as workers still cling to physical paper despite the financial and environmental benefits of not doing so.

“The paperless office is this massive failure,” Walla said. “It’s something that has been promised to us for more than 10 years and it just has not come around.”

He described the current era as an “in-between period,” where people are increasingly mobile — with their personal life and at work — but they still need a scanner or printer. When a signature is needed for a legally binding document, people have to print out the doc, sign it, and then scan and send it or fax it.

“It wastes a tremendous amount of time,” Walla said. He thinks HelloSign is the next step in reducing the need for paper documents.

HelloSign is remarkably slick for an e-signature program. It’s a Web-based program that lets users drag and drop documents for uploading. Users can upload or create a signature that’s inserted into the doc. Even the text-functions (used for filling out forms) are easier to use than those in other programs I’ve experienced. After the document is signed, users just plug in an e-mail address, add a custom e-mail message if they want, and hit Send….More at The elusive paperless office: HelloSign says it has the answer – CNET




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