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About Arne82

  1. My ideal forkflow is: 1. digitize the paper as quickly as possible 2. it arrives in Evernote in a notebook called 'inbox' 3. when I have time, I look at each item in the inbox, add search context and move it to a notebook called 'Archive' I don't want to create any obstacle for digitizing the papers, otherwise I might put it off, because I don't feel like reading and categorizing everything.. The next thing you know you have a "to scan" pile, which I don't want. So when I come home, I want to put all my new mail into the scanner, press a button and forget about it until I have time to log into my computer. I want the scanner to be a stand alone unit so I don't have any driver or connection issues, just scan straight to evernote using wifi.
  2. Hello. I'm trying to get rid of all the papers in my house. To make things easier, I want to buy a scanner to import every letter, receipt and note I got laying around. I'd like to have a device that can scan a receipt or A4 paper, both sides at once and using OCR. I also want it to connect to wifi and send the scan directly to Evernote, without using external devices. I don't want to spend more than $400 for it. Is this possible? I've been looking at reviews for hours but I can't figure out if they can do what I described above. The on I'm currently thinking of is the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i, but I'm not sure if it can scan to evernote without a computer in between.
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