Cool, right? I think this has the potential to get you closer to a paperless office than any other device I've seen. (Just make sure you've got a bulletproof backup system in place. My longstanding concern about digitizing documents is, what happens in the event of hard drive failure?)
Now for the bad news: This kick-ass scanner sells for $450 (though you can get it for $400 from Uncrate). Think it's worth it? The cheapskate in me says no, if only because you could pair a $50 flatbed scanner with Nuance's $99 PaperPort software and accomplish more or less the same thing.
Of course, that would involve a lot more manual effort on your part. The budget-be-damned gadget lover in me says the NeatDesk is a must-have item for anyone trying to conquer paper overload. Which, I suspect, means every businessperson on the planet. [via Gizmodo]