Mobile printer retains digital records

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Printing delivery notes is now even easier with the new Bluetooth version of MPrint, the world’s smallest self-contained mobile printer, says manufacturer Brother. The MPrint Bluetooth brings true wireless technology to printing from laptops, Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and tablet PCs.

Printing on A7 paper, MPrint produces delivery notes while retaining a permanent digital record. Rather than relying on paper and pen, users can obtain professional quality print-outs that can serve as clear records.

MPrint can function completely without the need to position it alongside the laptop or PDA when printing. Like the original MPrint, the MW-100, the printer measures 10cm wide by 15.8cm long by 1.75cm deep and weighs 300g – a similar size to the average PDA.

It prints 300dpi x 300dpi quality at a speed of 15 seconds per page, and comes with a re-chargeable built-in battery, capable of printing approximately 100 pages per full charge. It also has a USB interface.

MPrint, which is compatible with Windows 98/98SE/Me/2000 Professional and XP, costs £279 including VAT.

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