NeatDesk Desktop Scanner and Digital Filing System – PC

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NeatDesk is a high-speed desktop scanner and digital filing system that enables you to scan receipts, business cards and documents all in one batch. The patented technology identifies and extracts the important information—and automatically organizes it for you. Transform receipts into expense reports, business cards into address book contacts and create searchable PDF files from any docum


  • Scan in your receipts, business cards, or documents at a speedy 24 pages per minute – up to 50 pages at once
  • Neat reads and extracts the information from whatever you scan – creating digital content
  • Create tax or expense reports with receipt data, or export to Excel, Quicken, or TurboTax and sync contacts with Outlook or Address Book
  • Includes a free 30-day trial of NeatCloud, to sync and back up Neat files, and access them anywhere from browser or mobile device
  • Includes NeatCare- premium support and accidental damage protection for your NeatDesk – for as long as you are a NeatCloud customer

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by NeatReceipts.

Brand: Neat Receipts
UPC: 899061000315
List Price: $499.99.
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3 Responses to “NeatDesk Desktop Scanner and Digital Filing System – PC”

  1. Nathan Jones says:

    I purchased a NeatDesk scanner awhile ago to answer a growing need at home for more robust scanning. I’m one of those people that needs to have everything neatly filed away even though I will probably never see it again. I also religiously enter all my personal receipts and track my personal finances in detail. This seemed the perfect product to answer both needs.

    I was used to the that I have at work, but in addition to an arm they also wanted a leg. The price of the NeatDesk is substantially less (about 40% for what I paid), and the promotional material for the scanning software was really sexy. So I clicked buy.

    After a few days, my conclusion is that although it could be an outstanding product with a couple of tweaks, it’s just not ready for primetime. This may be the case of a small…

  2. R. Toro "Tech Junkie" says:

    I went to the store looking for the Neat Receipts scanner, and I came across this new product. I could not be more happy for buying it! I had 4 years worth of credit card and bank statements piled up in boxes, and with this scanner system I was able to scan them and organize them on my computer in less than a day (I’m talking hundreds of pages).

    I have absolutely no complaints on this (other than the price, which is high, but it is a new product and it will come down).

    The scanner can read 2 sided documents and scan both sides, in color! And it does it fast.

    It also reads receipts and business cards and extracts the information from them (such as what store the receipt is from, how much total was, how much tax was, date of transaction, etc…) The best part about this feature is that it lets you edit the information (sometimes necessary if the receipt was very worn or wrinkled.

    The software is extremely easy to use and very powerful. A great…

  3. C. Hoffman says:

    I really really really wanted to like this scanner. I received the unit on Friday and had planned on spending Saturday scanning in all my documents and then relaxing on Sunday. I am sooooo disappointed with the quality of the scans and software when scanning in documents like car insurance or doctors statements that I am sending it back.

    The main issue is that the manufacture’s web site states that the scanner can scan grayscale and B/W documents in at a rate of 25 PPM. This is an outright lie on one level and a stretching of the truth on another level.

    First let me start off with the truth stretching. The scanner is very fast while scanning in B/W images but it did not seam like it was 25 PPM fast so I timed it using a stop watch. I was able to scan in a page (two sides) in 6.4 seconds that’s 10 PPM not 25! As Fujitsu rates their ScanSnap S1500M at 20 PPM whether you scan one or two sides, I assumed I would see the NeatDesk scanner do the same. Thinking…

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