Epson has developed an even quicker and easier way to print photo quality images

1st November 2002 at 00:00
* Epson has developed an even quicker and easier way to print photo-quality images directly from a digital camera. It's already possible to slot memory cards directly into a printer to bypass a PC. But this system offers little scope to control the printing process. However, Epson's new USB Direct-Print uses a standard USB connection to link a digital camera to a printer. The camera is then used to control all operations. It's success will depend on how many companies support USB-Direct, as it uses Epson's proprietary commands to control camera and printer.

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