If you have to travel because of your work, printing documents on the fly can be a difficult process. If you wanted, I suppose you could go to a store, or even print a stack of documents out whilst you were at the office before you left for your trip. Although a couple of possible solutions, these are not the most efficient methods you have at your disposal. As always, there is someone behind the scenes, working things out for the average remote worker or jet setter out there. This time, it’s Epson that wants to turn things around as they have recently unveiled the Epson WorkForce WF-100.
According to Epson, they claim this is the “world’s lightest and smallest” wireless mobile printer. The printer is very small and portable, yet big enough where it can print A4-sized documents with ease.
The printer features WiFi connectivity that will allow it to connect with smartphones, tablets, or laptops. The printer also has a battery, which is great news, as the last thing you need would be to locate a power outlet in order to print something.
The Epson WF-100 mobile printer will be going on sale via online retailers starting in a few weeks. After that, retail outlets will get their hands on them in January of next year.
Now for the killer. The Epson WorkForce WF-100 will be priced at $350. That is expensive for such a small device, but you are, after all, paying for portability and convenience.
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