Smart Scanner Digitizes and Organizes Loose Office Papers
Everyone has a stack of papers on, in or near their desk that they need to organize, and as receipts, business cards and documents pile up the task becomes even more monumental. Luckily, NeatDesk has developed a hardware and software to help you clean up your clutter and put everything in its place on your computer.
For those who just want to toss everything in the scanner and have someone else organize it, the NeatDesk is the way to go.
The compact desk scanner can handle up to 50 documents at a time. You can just drop each type of document in its corresponding slot and NeatDesk, along with NeatWorks the accompanying software takes care of the rest. NeatDesk scans and saves everything to NeatWorks, then from there, you can edit and process everything as you need, and it is built for use with both PC and Mac platforms.
According to the company's website, "NeatWorks uses patented "Intelligent Text Recognition" technology to identify and capture key information from scanned documents."
The device "converts business cards to text for effortless syncing with your computer address book; receipts can be organized directly in to an expense-report-ready spreadsheet; and documents can be filed or converted to PDFs and shared," said a report from Cool Hunting.
So for those of you with $400 to spare and the wish to organize with no effort, the NeatDesk can be found at most office supply stores.
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