Raleigh, North Carolina – Apparent’s tiny, USB-powered Doxie paper scanner, winner of over a dozen major awards and accolades including Wired Magazine’s Editor’s Choice in portable scanners, received a major upgrade today with new features for 2012.
“We’ve taken what people love about Doxie and made it even better,” said Travis J. Hicks, chief operating officer. “Like magic, the newly upgraded Doxie automatically figures out what kind of paper you’re scanning and intelligently adjusts contrast, cropping, and rotation for you. Doxie delivers crisp, clean scans without having to fiddle with settings – it just works.”
New features and Doxie 2.0 software for 2012:
Simple, portable, and USB powered, Doxie scans paper, photos, and receipts with ease, then creates PDFs or sends to cloud services like Dropbox, Google Docs, and Evernote. The new Doxie features Auto Adjust, which automatically analyzes your scans to determine the ideal contrast, cropping, and rotation settings. And the new Doxie bundles Doxie 2.0, rebuilt from the ground up with an all-new design, integrated stapling, persistent storage, date stamps, and batch PDF saving.
Now shipping. This holiday season, give the gift of organization:
The newly upgraded Doxie is now in stock at Amazon.com and direct from Apparent for just $149, and includes Doxie, companion Doxie 2.0 software, and a leatherette carrying case. Doxie is available to ship to the United States, Canada, all of Europe, Japan, and Australia. Doxie is for PC + Mac.
Doxie delivers modern, award-winning scanners for digitizing and organizing paper, photos, and receipts. Doxie scans anywhere – no computer required, sends directly to the cloud, and syncs to Mac, PC, iPhone, and iPad. Copyright (C) 2011 Doxie. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.