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Fujifilm MP-70 Portable Printer Preview  - Fujifilm MP-70 Portable Printer Preview
Mon, March 28 2005 | 7:07PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Fujifilm is the first manufacturer to bring a portable printer that prints credit card sized images directly from a certain group of cell phones via infrared technology (wirelessly). According to Fujifilm, the printer weighs in at mere seven ounces (without batteries). The MP-70 requires two CRT2 lithium batteries to operate and prints about 130 images with fully charged batteries. In addition, Fujifilm’s Image Intelligence technology allows the portable MP-70 to print images at 256dpi resolution. The Image Intelligence technology auto exposures the image in low-light conditions to enhance the overall quality. The peripheral supports images only in JPEG format no larger than three megapixels (or 900K)."
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