Of course, you can use your smartphone to scan your documents, but if you want a more precise and versatile option, the PocketScan ultra portable wireless scanner may be more suitable for you.
PocketScan is the world’s smallest wireless scanner that measures only 95 x 50 x 27mm and weights 85g. As we can see from the images, the wireless scanner sports an ultra-compact design in order that you can easily hold it to scan various contents such as magazines, documents, photos and more, and the PocketScan RGB imager, 1600cpi laser sensor, 1 MEMS gyroscope, plus built-in sophisticated illumination, using its scan window measuring 50 x 20mm, the handheld scanner brings you high quality images in high resolution of above 400dpi even in bright sunlight or low-light environment.
Moreover, the wireless scanner comes equipped with built-in Bluetooth, so you can easily connect it with your tablet, smartphone or computer for data transmission, and built-in OCR technology lets PocketScan recognize text and tables in over 30 languages. Apart from that, its rechargeable battery lasts for over 400 scans.
The team of PocketScan is raising fund via Kickstarter. Pledging $79 will let you own the wireless scanner. If you need it, jump to Kickstarter official site for more details or take a look at the following demo video first.