The Doxie One is about $50 cheaper than the Doxie Go, and drops the maximum resolution down from 600dpi to 300dpi, eliminates support for USB flash drives, and trades an internal rechargeable battery for AAs. TUAW calls the One "an excellent piece of hardware" and says that it's "easy to set up and use." The Chronicle of Higher Education also likes the One, saying it makes it trivial to "get rid of the paper cluttering up your office, home, or car." While it doesn't offer as many options as more expensive portable scanners like the Xerox Mobile Scanner, and its software could be more flexible, the Doxie One strikes a good balance as an affordable, highly portable scanner, making it, in TUAW's words, a great option "for anyone who needs to go paperless and get organized."
This scanner is so worth $150 it’s not funny. It’s so fast and easy to use, and the software so well-suited to batching work, that I routinely scan every piece of paper that passes through my hands. And why not, when I can have a searchable, archived PDF of every receipt in my Dropbox?
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The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - Engadget
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