Thursday, June 7

Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100 for dads & grads


Have you ever had one of those moments you wished there was a way to save a copy of an important document? Or maybe scan something like a photo or your child's artwork to send to a relative? Well wish no more that's exactly what you can do with the Fujitsu ScanSnap iX100. It's battery operated so it's super portable, plus it's very compact at just under 11" wide. Plus it's wireless so you don't even have to worry about plugging it into a computer for it to work. Just connect via a Wi-Fi connection to your computer or your cell phone and you're ready to scan and save your document.

Scan to:
• PDF
• Searchable PDF*
• JPEG
• Word (editable)*
• Excel (editable)*
• Business Cards*
• Mobile

Now that's a whole lot of options! Just imagine the possibilities. You could scan artwork drawn by your kids and save it forever in digital format! I'm thinking it would make an excellent graduation gift, or even for dad on Father's Day. Just think of all those things they could be saving digitally and saving room in their desk drawers!


About:
The ScanSnap iX100 is the world's fastest battery powered ScanSnap. Whether scanning receipts, contracts, recipes, or plastic cards, the iX100 takes scanning beyond the desktop and into your mobile world. Completely wireless and weighing only 14.1 ounces, the iX100 brings mobility and wireless scanning to your PC or Mac as well as iOS or Android device. With it, you can scan bills, business cards, mail, kids' artwork, old pictures,  - you name it - to the cloud to become the most organized, paperless version of yourself. Comes with automatic sorting associates scans by type of document and saves specific categories to different cloud services (Evernote, Google Drive, Google Photos, Box, etc.)

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of the above mentioned brand. I may have received monetary compensation and/or product in exchange for my honest and unbiased thoughts. However, all thoughts and opinions stated are my own and are in no way influenced by my partnership with mentioned brands.

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