Doxie wins rave reviews and awards

Doxie scanners make scanning smarter than ever before… but don't take our word for it – check out what the press has to say.

"Scans to a wide variety of cloud services. Almost no configuration required. Small, lightweight software installation... Doxie's neat, too, and won't leave PDFs or TIFF files littered around like other scanners."
Dylan Tweney, WIRED
"You can scan important papers to fight clutter, yet most scanners take up half of your desk. Not the 10 1/2-inch Doxie Go, which weights less than a pound, stores up to 600 pages, and transmits everything wirelessly (no cords!) to your Mac or PC."
Real Simple Magazine
"Its ability to be used without a computer—especially when paired with a wireless SD card like the Eye-Fi—is a potentially killer feature for people who travel frequently."
Andrew Cunningham, Ars Technica
"This is a cute portable scanner - only $199 and you're done."
Today Show
"Best Portable Scanner: Doxie
It can be a challenge to keep track of loose papers when you're traveling on a business trip. The Doxie portable scanner can scan business cards, photos, and letter-sized documents in color in 12 seconds at 600 DPI and turn it into a PDF, JPEG or PNG file directly to the cloud." Business Travel 50
“The Doxie Go + Wi-Fi is the first portable, connected, direct-to-cloud scanner."
Popular Science
"Just as the best camera is the one you have with you, the best scanner is the one that you will actually use—and I got more use out of the Doxie Go during my review period than I have from any other scanner I've owned."
R. Matthew Ward, Macworld
"Doxie Go automatically generates a URL of your document for easy sharing through social networks, and the picture sensor does the work for you by dropping it into your Flickr and Picnik accounts."
Justin Yu, CNET
"...a scanner with an added twist... The Doxie software is easy to use, with a chatty style that's friendly and's online integration that makes Doxie stand out... Doxie does make scanning easier and friendlier."
David Lagesse, US News and World Report
"The Doxie Go is a portable, helpful gadget that really makes scanning smart. Definitely pick this one up if you're looking to digitize all your work-related documents."
Lauren Hockenson, Mashable
"Doxie Go helps you go not just paperless, but wireless. I bought one a few months ago and love it."
John Gruber, Daring Fireball
"Doxie's latest portable scanner is all business, doing its thing without even the need for a USB connection to a computer."
Andrew Liszewski, Gizmodo
"A quick run through this adorable scanner turns bills, receipts, handwritten notes and the like into digital files that are way more useful than random papers."
Family Circle
"Connectivity, productivity, and speed - a freelancer's dream!"
Ian Hardy, BBC Click
"If I had to pick one word to describe the Doxie scanner, I’d go with easy... its easy-to-use persona hides a wealth of sophisticated features... Doxie is a more than reasonable choice, whether you're brand new to scanning or an old hand."
M. David Stone, PC Magazine
"Scanners used to be all the rage, and now we take the task basically for granted due to the proliferation of all-in-one printer/fax/scanner monstrosities. It’s nice to see someone tackling the headaches of just scanning."
Scott Merrill, TechCrunch
"If you're looking for a fast and incredibly easy mobile scanner, the Doxie Go is definitely a product to consider."
Steven Sande, TUAW
"Doxie is a budget-conscious option that integrates well with the cloud."
Adam Dachis, LifeHacker
"Here's another tip from the future: It's going to be paperless...The primo, battery-equipped scanner can store scans in its memory for later downloading to your Mac or scan directly to Doxie's cloud service."
Eli Milchman, Cult of Mac
"All-in-one printers/scanner/fax machines are so yesterday...the way to go is with better, single purpose devices...I need machines that perform these tasks cheaply and reliably, and then get out of the way when I don't need them."
Tim Carmody, WIRED Gadget Lab
"From the moment you take it out of the box, Doxie will charm you... Doxie is a portable, easy-to-use scanner that may very well replace that huge hunk of a scanner... Business travelers will also like its slim, ultra-portable from factor..."
Florence Ion, Mac|Life
"The simple interface on this 14-ounce battery-powered scanner makes it easy to e-mail photos and documents on the go."
Money Magazine
"The Doxie is as close to plug and play as these scanners come... the scanning process couldn’t be much easier either... for both photos and text, the Doxie performs admirably... as an incredibly portable, simple-to-use scanner, it works a treat. The straightforward setup, great software, and web integration make it an all-round brilliant device."
Xavier Verhoeven, Australian Macworld
"Important stuff is run through the scanner and sent to the Cloud before it hits recycling. Standalone Cloud scanners are the future."
Seth Weintraub, 9to5Mac
"We never thought we’d sing the praises of a scanner. Not now, all these years into the digital age. As far as we were concerned, we had already gone paperless and had no use for such things. But the Doxie Go proved us wrong…The Doxie Go is, in a word, fantastic. It’s light, intuitive, and relatively cheap. We couldn’t ask for more."
The Tech Block
"It’s small and lightweight, which makes it a no-brainer to take with you on the go... I’ve enjoyed using Doxie. It’s easy to use, and it has a sassy attitude... If you need convenience scanning, or are looking for something more portable than a huge flatbed scanner, Doxie is a good choice."
Scott Merrill, CrunchGear (TechCrunch)
"The Doxie Go will make [keeping track of my son's school worksheets] so much easier since I can immediately scan in his latest masterpiece or writing examples and know they’ll be around in the future should his future spouse ever like to see this kind of stuff."
James Floyd Kelly, WIRED: Geek Dad
"In my book, simplicity counts for a lot."
Rich Jaroslovsky, Bloomberg
"Doxie Go is the smallest, most portable equivalent to a full-size scanner we’ve tried."
Mary Branscombe, Tom's Guide
"I was pleasantly surprised. How to use the Doxie is obvious."
Tekla S. Perry, IEEE Spectrum
"A new small scanner might make all our lives a bit easier and a little more organized. I'm talking about the brand new Doxie Go Scanner with Wi-Fi."
Rick Limpert,
"The Doxie helps you tame [your paper] pile of pulp. It is a wireless scanner that requires no computer – send your scans wirelessly to any of your devices or (gasp) straight up to the cloud."
"Doxie's new USB-powered device simplifies the oft-tedious task of scanning photos or documents with its easy setup and an intelligible Internet integration... A brilliant little device..."
Karen Day, Cool Hunting
"Doxie is Doxie & Co.'s newest take on the portable scanner, and it gets an awful lot of things right."
Peter Piazza,