Review of the Epson DS-70 Portable Document Scanner at PCMagPROS
Relatively fast scanning. Accurate OCR. Light and small. Easy to use.

CONS
Lacks ADF and mobile device and wireless support. No battery. Must connect to USB on a computer.

BOTTOM LINE
The Epson DS-70 is a fast and accurate no-frills single-sheet-feed portable document scanner. It’s easily portable and doesn’t cost too much.


The Epson DS-70 Portable Document Scanner ($109) is a bare-bones scanner for simple, on-the-go scan jobs. It doesn’t have wireless or mobile support, so you’ll have to hook it up to a PC to use it, but it’s small and light enough to toss in a bag with your laptop and head to a meeting. You can take a step up to the Editors’ Choice DS-80W, but you’re going to have to shell out an extra $60 for that more advanced travel-friendly features.

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Review on the Epson DS-80W Wireless Portable Document Scanner at PCMagPROS
Fast scanning. Accurate OCR. Light and small. Easy to use.

CONS
Lacks ADF. Software doesn’t convert image PDFs to searchable PDFs

BOTTOM LINE
The Epson DS-80W is a fast and accurate single-sheet-feed portable document scanner ideally suited for scanning short jobs to your laptop or smartphone on the road.


The Epson DS-80W Wireless Portable Document Scanner ($169) is exceptionally small, light, fast, and accurate, making it ideal for capturing short documents on the road. It has a built-in rechargeable battery, which allows you to scan wirelessly and increases the flexibility as to when and where you can use it. These perks, along with its respectable accuracy and Epson’s highly useful scanner interface and software, are more than enough to make this portable scanner an Editors’ Choice.

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