For those who travel a lot, printing documents on the go can be a bit tricky. You could always try your luck at an office supply store, or print a bunch at the office before heading out, but those are hardly the most efficient solutions. Well Epson is hoping to turn things around as they have recently announced the Epson WorkForce WF-100.
According to the company, they are claiming that this is the “world’s lightest and smallest” wireless mobile printer, and as you can see in the image above where it is compared to the size of a brief case, we have to admit that it does look very small and portable, but big enough where it can print A4-sized documents easily.
The printer will feature WiFi connectivity that allows smartphones, tablets, or laptops to connect to it. It will also sport a battery which means that you don’t need to look for a power outlet in order to print. Heck, you could even print while you are driving, although for safety reasons we don’t recommend you do that.
For those who are interested in the Epson WF-100 mobile printer, you might be interested to know that the device will be going on sale via online retailers starting this month, and physical retail outlets in January 2015. It will be priced at $350 which is admittedly a bit expensive for such a small device, but we guess you’re paying for the convenience and portability.
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