Like the Apparent Doxie Go and other portable scanners, the Xerox Mobile Scanner lets you scan receipts, business cards and other documents on the go, without having to connect to a computer. Unlike its competitors, the Mobile Scanner makes novel use of an Eye-Fi SD card, which, in addition to letting it store up to 4GB worth of scans, also enables wireless uploads of scans to computers, smartphones, and cloud-based servers. At 1.5 pounds, the Xerox is heavier than the Doxie, but if you have a lot of documents to scan, and want to transfer them to your computer or phone without wires, it may be worth the weight.
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