Don’t Waste Space!

Freeing up Your Free Space

Phil May of TechnoRV.com and Andy McCaskey of RVNN are here to help you understand the world of RVing with scanners. There’s many uses for a scanner on the road, but the biggest thing a scanner can do for you is it can lighten you load and free up more space in your unit. As you know as a RV enthusiast freeing up room in your unit is one of the most important things you can do to be comfortable. With a scanner you can turn any document into a digital file and store a three hundred page document on something as small as a flash drive.

 

by

Neil King
Staff Writer

Just as with any other electronic device you might be considering buying the most important thing to consider is what is the purpose of having a scanner on the road for you. As Phil notes the all in one printer, fax, and scanner model that he has isn’t for everyone. If your intentions are only to scan you would want to look at one of the smaller models he discusses such as the Ion Docuscan. All this and more information from the one and only Phil May on this GadgetPlex.

 

Today’s GadgetPlex:

  • Scanners
  • Document Feeders
  • Prices For Scanners
  • Flatbed Scanners
  • Scanning Wands
  • Ion Docuscan

 

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One Response to “Don’t Waste Space!”

  1. I am a full-timer, and I carry HP printer/scanner/copier. I can print wirelessly, but I haven’t activated that yet. My printer doesn’t have a fax, but I have found I don’t really need a fax. On the other hand, faxing is more “private” than emailing……… So there is that issue.

    To me, a printer/scanner/copier is a “must have” if you are full-timing.