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Wednesday, 11 February 2009 15:48

Dell shows off Wasabi PZ310 printer

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Photos from your pocket for $99

Dell has unveiled the Wasabi PZ310, an ultra-mobile printer for photo printing and sharing. The new Dell Wasabi PZ310 can produce 2x3-inch (5.1x7.6cm) photos in just under a minute and can be receive photos for printing via Bluetooth or USB.

This little thing is available in blue, pink and black colors and measures in at 122.5 x 75 x 24.2mm and weighs around 225 grams. It features a 450mAh battery, has one-touch reprint function as well as some sharing features.

The new Wasabi PZ310 is currently available for US $99 which is a promotional launch price, but it might jump back to its standard US $149 price pretty soon, so if you're interested, pounce now.

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