I’m not able to review all the document scanners available on the market, so here is a review from another website on the Doxie Go from Apparent:
Doxie Go a handy document scanner
I think it’s fair to say that most of us have too much paper in our lives, whether it’s business documents, receipts, financial statements, or (my personal weakness) keepsake scraps like menus and ticket stubs. Flatbed scanners are inexpensive, but for large jobs (and, heck, even small ones), the scanning process is tedious.
I’d never considered purchasing a dedicated document scanner, though, until I first heard about the $199 Doxie Go from Apparent. This slick, battery-powered portable document scanner is capable of computer-free scanning, and Apparent’s convincing web site filled my head with dreams of reducing paper clutter via a process that would, hopefully, fall somewhere between painless and fun.
Go, Doxie, go
The Doxie Go (“Doxie,” incidentally, means “floozy”—I’ll let you make your own joke) is rectangular glossy white and matte black plastic box that’s about 10 inches long, roughly 2 inches square on the side, and weighs just under a pound. Apparent also includes a calibration card, cleaning tool, mini-USB cable, and drawstring carrying bag; a worldwide power adapter is $10, and a carrying case is $29…read the entire article at Macworld.com