Xerox Debuts Mobile Scanner that Sends Files to Your Phone

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zulutech

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You don't need to lug around a scanner to take a picture though. I would think this would be more effective as a lightweight office alternative.
 

joex444

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Looks like it accepts A4 and letter paper. Meaning its somewhere in the neighborhood of not effing mobile. Nice attempt, but a $250 immobile scanner is sort of useful ten years ago and irrelevant today.
 

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So what, my smartphone app on android will take a picture straighten it, crop it and adjust the brightness and contrast and put it in a pdf automatically for free. Why do I need this at all.
 

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$250?? Hahahahaha.

Come on... A Samsung D880 Duos released back in 2007 (3.0 MP camera) can take 'good enough' pictures, even for OCR-ing. Are you kidding me?
 

sgiff

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By the way, the smartphone app that will do all of this on your android for free is called CamScanner check it out.
 
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