Portable Scanners Blaze a Paper Trail

Whether you're looking to capture expenses in time for taxes or share your latest screenplay, the variety of affordable mobile scanners now available are sure to tame the paper tigers stalking your work space.

Ross Rubin (@rossrubin on Twitter) is executive director of industry analysis at The NPD Group (@npdtech on Twitter). He blogs at The NPD Group Blog as well as his own blog, Out of the Box.

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