LG's Pocket-Size Printer For Smartphones Unveiled
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LG's Pocket-Size Printer For Smartphones Unveiled

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 31 December 2013, 12:06 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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New Delhi: LG has launched the slimmer version of its pocket sized printer which will be showcased in the coming 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to be held in Las Vegas. The printer has the ability to print 2x3 inch photos from a tablet or Smartphone wirelessly.



The pocket photo 2.0 is 4mm thinner than its older model and it measures 7.2x12.1x2.0cm which makes it the smallest mobile photo printing devise available in the market.



The device will be available on both Android and iOS platforms, and users will be able to connect it wirelessly through Near Field Communication (NFC) or Bluetooth with both tablets and Smartphone.



The printer uses ZINK technology which produces photo printouts - with the help of heat to get the necessary full-color output by forming embedded chemicals in each sheet of the paper without using ink cartridges, ribbons, or toner. The device can deliver the images at 313 dots per inch (dpi)



The Pocket Photo app comes as a default editing tool sports new features and newly designed set of filter effects along with a frame augmentation. Users can now put QR codes in photos which allow them to bring in a digitalized version of the photo on their devices.



The new pocket photo 2.0 versions will be available in pink, lime yellow and jewel white, and is said to go on sale in china this coming week. LG is planning to bring it out globally after its first live demonstration at the International Consumer Electronics Show, which will be held on January 7 in Las Vegas. The company has also said that it will reveal the price at the event.
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