87

conclusion:We like it

87

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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Critic reviews

8.0
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    7.4
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    7.6
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    8.0
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9.0
PC World Apr 2, 2012

Outfitted with an Eye-Fi SD Card, this lightweight portable scanner can wirelessly transmit JPG images and PDFs to computers, the Web, or your Android or iOS mobile device, making it a useful tool especially for business travelers.

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8.0
PC Mag Mar 29, 2012

The Xerox Mobile Scanner can scan without a computer, send files to your Android or iOS device with WiFi so you can see the scans, and automatically upload them elsewhere as well.

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8.0
Computerworld Apr 12, 2012

The Xerox Mobile Scanner is an efficient and well-built device; the way in which the Eye-Fi card adds to the ease of moving your scans to your computer, smartphone or tablet gives it extra points.

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7.0
Laptop Magazine Feb 24, 2012

Despite its relatively long scan times and its lack of customization options, the $249 Xerox Mobile Scanner stands out in a big way, thanks its wireless scanning capabilities. Color photos may not be its forte, but this device performs extremely well when it comes to document scans.

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8.0
TrustedReviews Mar 7, 2012

While the top resolution of 300ppi limits the scanner’s use for photos, it’s adequate for text pages. A strong software bundle and reasonable price make this is a very well-balanced portable scanning solution.

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9.0
About Apr 10, 2012

It's also fast, small, and has a decent battery, so while it's heavier than some of the competition, it's worth the extra weight.

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6.0
Choyboy Choyboy

The original review of this product is not accurate. The doxie go can also accomodate an EyeFi card and allow wireless scanning and uploading to a comuputer/android/iOS device. Of the two I use the doxie go more often because of the weight advantages.

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