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Wired says:

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If you’ve never used a scanner before to try to tackle a paper monster, I think you’re in for a real treat. The Doxie Go is a nice solution to a major problem for many folks. It’s small, inexpensive, and easy enough for my 4-year-old to use to scan his own worksheets. quote


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Critic reviews

8.1
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    8.0
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    8.0
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8.2
8 reviews
9.0
Wired Dec 2, 2011

If you’ve never used a scanner before to try to tackle a paper monster, I think you’re in for a real treat. The Doxie Go is a nice solution to a major problem for many folks. It’s small, inexpensive, and easy enough for my 4-year-old to use to scan his own worksheets.

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9.0
Ars Technica Aug 12, 2012

Its scan quality, while certainly good enough, isn’t quite as good as the consumer-grade flatbed scanners ... That said, its ability to be used without a computer ... is a potentially killer feature for people who travel frequently.

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8.0
Gizmodo Mar 20, 2012

The Doxie Go is, in a word, fantastic. It's light, intuitive, and relatively cheap. We couldn't ask for more.

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7.0
Macworld Jul 16, 2012

At $199, the scanner's convenience and portability come at a premium ... However, the Doxie Go's portability and ability to scan without a computer made scanning very convenient.

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9.0
TUAW Dec 22, 2011

[T]his scanner can be used to ingest numerous images and documents while you're away from a computer, and then spew them quickly into whatever app you want. ... If you're looking for a fast and incredibly easy mobile scanner, the Doxie Go is definitely a product to consider.

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6.0
TechRadar Mar 2, 2012

Doxie Go is a lightweight, rechargeable battery-powered portable scanner that can store scans as you go (there's 512MB of memory, enough for hundreds of pages) and then download them to your Mac or PC as image files, OCR-able PDFs and more.

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9.0
drumrigj drumrigj

Great product especially when used in conjunction with an eye-fi for a fully wireless setup. Only con is that this is VERY sensitive to mis-feeds caused by not perfectly straight paper. But you can always flip the paper around if the other side is better and easily rotate it back to the proper...

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9.0
MILE MILE

The Doxie Go has the perfect mix of size, weight and portability for people who want to use it in different environments. It does a really good job scanning all kinds of documents and photographs and the addition of an EyeFi card even allows you to work wireless all the way. The Doxie software...

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6.0
sftech sftech

Really expensive for what you get. Hardware: The appearance of this scanner is pleasing enough. The plastic housing does feel a little cheap, but the look is a big step up from their previous devices. Those were appropriate for 12-year old girls that wanted to scan pictures of their...

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7.0
TScube TScube

The Doxie Go, while not perfect, is one of the best portable scanners you can buy on the market today. It has some difficulty scanning papers that have crumpled corners but overall, for $199, it provides a mostly seamless experience if you're scanning homework or office documents.

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9.0
Choyboy Choyboy

Awesome product. Scans well, wireless upload is great with an Eyefi card. Better than the Xerox mobile scanner. Downsides? Battery life only average, fitting the EyeFi card results in the scanner not fitting so well in the optional case available from Apparent. Apparent needs to either modify the...

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8.0
jghaines jghaines

I love the Doxie Go hardware. It is slick, functional and nicely designed. Scanning is generally easy, although wrinkled paper can be tricky to start feeding. I also with the adjustable document guide was a bit bigger. To get the most out of the scanner, you'll definitely want to get an Eye-Fi...

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