The Neat Scanner allows you to quickly and simply digitize business paperwork at home or at the office. Ramon Ray has a quick video review of this product which can be used in many different business settings. If you have piles of documents in your business that you would like to quickly and easily scan in and store on your computer, the Neat Scanner is one option. Watch Ramon's review and see whether the Neat Scanner might be right for your business.

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Written by lyceum
512 days ago

I have the same question as Heather. How does the Neat scanner "scan through" the competition? I have a HP Officejet multifunction machine, included a scanner feature. [Full disclosure: I won it during an event that Ramon Ray participated in. http://egoist.blogspot.se/2010/10/hp-eprint.html ]

Talking about scanner, I am interested to create a routine for scanning in business cards and store the contact information in a smart way. Do you have tips on that?



Written by HeatherStone
512 days ago

Ramon,

What a nifty little device! I guess my only question would be, how does it measure up to other models? The idea of digitizing dead tree content appeals to a lot of us, I think, and this looks a lot simpler than using a traditional flatbed scanner, but are there other models like this just as good out there on the market?



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