Brother's m-Print

1st November 2002 at 00:00
* Another tiny product is Brother's m-Print, described as the world's smallest self-contained mobile printer. Designed as an accessory for laptops and PDAs using the PocketPC format, the m-Print allows users to print off emails, web pages, Word documents and PowerPoint presentations from almost anywhere. An infrared system allows it to connect wirelessly to other IR-compatible devices. It uses A7 paper, has a rechargeable battery, weighs 300 grammes, can fit in a jacket pocket and costs pound;249.

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