• Review: ScanSnap S1300 portable scanner

    Short Version: Tax season is upon us, friends, and wouldn’t those 1099s and W2s floating hither and yon would be much more accessible if they were nestled deep inside a searchable PDF? Sure. That’s why Fujitsu invented the $295 ScanSnap S1300. Read More

  • Doxie: the amazing scanner for documents

    I have an ancient — and gigantic — Umax scanner I’ve been hanging onto for what feels like eternity for the two or three times every year when I need to scan something. My scanner is big, and bulky, and has a power brick about the size of Idaho. It’s not very convenient to use. Sure, I could replace it with something else, but really I scan so infrequently that… Read More

  • This scanner concept is a lot smaller than your average scanner

    This is a scanner. It may not look like one, and, technically, it’s not even real, but it’s a scanner. Promise. Read More

  • IntelliScanner Mini: What the heck?

    I might be drinking too much tonight but isn’t this teeny scanner a bit too small? Oh, wait… it’s a barcode scanner. I see now. Anyway. The Intelliscanner Mini is basically the smallest barcode scanner in the whole wide world and could, potentially, be a choking hazard. It costs $179 online for the Media version (for scanning books) and $249 for the all-inclusive package. Read More

  • Lexmark Adds Wireless + Duplex Printing to All-In-Ones

    These days, buying a regular printer sucks. You can get an all-in-one style machine that also scans and copies and faxes and makes coffee and spays your cat for not much more than a standard inkjet. They’re pretty boring, however, the design and feature sets being fairly static. Lexmark, though, has put out a unit that grabs our attention. The X9350 has two features that make it stand… Read More