Introducing Doxie Flip, the inventive new mobile, battery-powered flatbed scanner perfectly designed for photos, sketches, keepsakes, and pocket notebooks.


A new kind of scanner for capturing your creativity and history.

Doxie Flip is a new kind of flatbed scanner that goes everywhere. With an intelligent design that flips, it’s perfectly designed for photos, albums, sketches, pocket notebooks, even small objects like coins and stamps… so you can capture your creativity and history everywhere.

A new way to capture everything

Doxie Flip is lightweight and portable – about the size of a book. It’s cordless, with batteries and SD flash memory so you can take it with you and scan anywhere, no computer required. It’s perfect for research, road trips, or even just your couch.

Flip, see through, and scan everything

Doxie Flip has a removable lid and transparent scanning window, so you scan notebooks, old photo albums, even interesting surfaces – just flip Doxie over and place it safely and directly on your originals. Doxie’s window lets you see what you’re scanning as it happens, so every scan is perfect.

Perfect for photos and memories

Doxie scans everything you never thought possible. With a 4×6″ (A6) scanning surface, you can scan most any object, from old photo albums to newspaper clippings, coins, stamps, clippings from books, and everything else. Your originals always stay protected. For big originals, use AutoStitch to merge scans together seamlessly.

Capture notebooks and sketches

Doxie is perfectly designed for capturing pocket notebooks – scan sketches, notes, and artwork with amazing clarity. It’s the perfect companion for Field Notes™ and Moleskine® brand pocket notebooks.

Amazing quality. Beautifully simple. Perfectly sized.

Doxie Flip scans originals up to 4×6” (A6), delivering brilliant image quality in a size you can carry with you. A removable lid makes scanning anything and everything easy, at up to 600 dpi. And for larger originals, Doxie’s AutoStitch feature seamlessly merges multiple scans together into one big image. So you scan anything, even large prints.