Canon's imageFORMULA P-150M portably scans documents into your Mac, no lie

Does your Mac need a new scanner? (I think I’ve had the same scanner for like 10 years. The Mac driver is still for PPC processors, that’s how old it is.) I ask because I needed a fun way to segue into a brief discussion of the Canon imageFORMULA P-150M, which, as you may have surmised, is a scanner that works with your Mac.

It’s portable, so that’s neat, and it works with Evernote, which I’m also going to consider neat. Note that that’s different from “fairly neat,” which is reserved for much more exciting things.

I’m going to assume that you, the CrunchGear reader, knows what a scanner does. Put your paper in, hit the button, and off you go. It can scan 15 pages per minute!

I’m also going to assume that this is a higher-end scanner, since it carries a $295 price tag.

How do you make boring tech exciting? This is probably a fine, fine scanner, but there is no way to make talking about a scanner fun and exciting. Believe me, I was going to write a short story where the main character’s name was Scanner McScanney to try to jazz this up, but was like “meh, I’ve already written enough about this. I sure could use a sandwich.”