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Doxie Flip

The new Doxie Flip is a lightweight and portable flat bed scanner with an intelligent design. The cordless device is designed for scanning books, memories, creative ideas, pocket notebooks, sketches, surfaces, it offers endless creative possibilities. Flip will scan 4X6 originals at up to 600 dpi and features a color display with on-screen settings and image preview, it comes with batteries and memory so you can scan whatever in any place, no computer required. Also included is the Doxie software for importing, adjusting, saving, and sharing your scans with remarkable ease. via

Available in Europe here. Also check out the Doxie Go scanner




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Taylor Stitch
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CARLOCK

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