No PC Required with Apparent’s Doxie Q Mobile Document Scanner

Review of the Apparent Doxie Q scanner at PCMag[amazon_link asins=’B01LFIIT4O’ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’73ba9d17-c573-11e7-9acf-2fb1e05ea8c1′]The Apparent Doxie Q ($299.99) [amazon_link asins=’B01LFIIT4O’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’62cef2d6-c573-11e7-98f2-b33fd309a10d’], like the IRIScan Anywhere 5 [amazon_link asins=’B06XFN43B9′ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’983dd732-c573-11e7-a65a-bd9b228813d1′], is an uber-portable document scanner that, unlike much of the competition, doesn’t need to be attached to a PC to do its job. The primary differences between the Doxie Q and the Anywhere 5 are that the former comes with an automatic document feeder (ADF), where the latter requires you to feed it manually, one page at a time. On the other hand, the IRIScan model has a much more robust, modern, and complete software bundle, while, in addition to Windows and MacOS, the Doxie Q also provides an app for uploading (and processing) your scans to Apple’s iOS, so you can use it with an iPhone or iPad. The real appeal here is that both allow you to scan virtually anywhere, but the Doxie Q has an ADF and a heartier, replaceable battery so it can scan longer.

Read the entire review at PCMag


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