This small and reasonably priced Doxie scanner was launched this week that the Macworld Expo. As well as the mobility and features you would expect from a scanner it also comes with Doxie’s cloud service. Which allows you to scan pictures and documents and automatically send them to the web with their own URLs for sharing.
It it already compatible with the number of existing sharing portals such as Flickr and Picasa for photos, or Evernote and Google Docs.
Docs and photos are made for sharing, so Doxie makes it easy to post your stuff online, integrating directly with your favorite local and web apps – post directly to Google Docs, Evernote, Flickr, Picnik, Scribd, and more. And the free Doxie’s Cloud service turns your paper into short URLs for instant sharing for e-mails, chats, and tweets – just insert your paper and get a link. It’s that simple
The Doxie scanner scans at 600dpi in 24bit color, and as fast as 12 seconds per page. It only uses one USB cable to connect to your computer and for power so no heavy power adapters to carry about.
The Doxie Cloud Scanner will be available to purchase in late March for just $129. You can pre-order directly from the Doxie online store
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