Doxie Scanner Adds New Features - Ready for Lion
July 13, 2011 in Hardware
[prMac.com] Raleigh, North Carolina - Doxie, the tiny mobile document scanner for Mac and PC that's Wired Magazine's Editor's Pick in portable paper scanners, adds two major new features today with a free software update:
Scan to E-mail:
By popular demand, Doxie can now compose new e-mail messages with popular e-mail clients with a link to scanned documents and photos. Doxie works with Mail.app, Outlook, Gmail, and more.
Yojimbo integration for Mac users:
Doxie now integrates with Yojimbo for Mac (also available to sync with iPad) from Bare Bones Software. Yojimbo is advanced information organization software, designed to keep track of notes, images, bookmarks, web archives, and documents in one place.
At an ultra-light 10.9 ounces, Doxie is always ready to scan - no external power required. Doxie offers crisp, clean copies of documents in color at up to 600 dpi with its patented scanning technology on PC and Mac. A single button makes sharing anything on paper fast and seamless. Scan to local apps, or use Doxie's on-screen "Cloud" and "Devices" buttons to send to popular web apps, Evernote, Google Docs, and more.
Pricing and Availability:
Doxie is available for just $149.00 (USD), direct from our website and via Amazon. Existing Doxie users can upgrade to the new Doxie 1.4 software at no charge, available for both PC and Mac, and is ready for Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion". Doxie is fully accessorized with cloud scanning software, USB cable, quick start guide, photo scanning sleeves, and a Corinthian leatherette case.
Apparent makes smart devices and software that rocks. Our award-winning products and brands include IntelliScanner smart barcode readers that organize every home, business, and classroom; Barcode Producer, the industry standard Mac barcode maker for graphic designers; and Doxie, the amazing scanner for documents. Copyright (C) 2011 Apparent Corporation, 121 Dry Ave., Cary, NC 27511. All rights reserved. Apparent is our registered trademark. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.