I have written several times about the handheld Magic Wand scanner made by VuPoint. (Past articles may be found by starting at http://goo.gl/GB9Co.) The articles I have written have described the original scanner that stores data on a microSD memory card. After making the scans, you can copy the images to your computer by either connecting a USB cable from the scanner to the computer or by removing the memory card and inserting it into your Windows, Macintosh, Linux, or Chromebook computer (a microSD adapter may be required if your computer does not already have a microSD socket). You can save the images on your computer or print them or upload them to the cloud. In fact, you can do all three.
A new version of the Magic Wand scanner is now available that includes built-in wi-fi wireless networking.
You can see the new VuPoint Solutions Magic Wand™ Wi-Fi® portable scanner (model: PDSWF-ST44-VP series) in action in a YouTube video at http://youtu.be/wdD0MeXz28I or click on the viewer below. The video shows how to transfer your newly-captured scanned images to a computer both by the previous methods as well as the new method of using a wi-fi wireless connection. For even more information, look at the VuPoint web site at http://www.vupointsolutions.com/magic_wand_portable_scanner_wifi.
The Magic Wand™ PDSWF-ST44-VP series portable scanner has a retail price of $99.99 but most retailers sell it for much less, typically in the $50 to $75 range. It is available in a variety of colors from Amazon at http://goo.gl/xlwbC and from many other retailers as well.