The Dell-branded Wasabi PZ310 mini printer from Zink is now out in the market, looking for customers who could use miniature 2â€x3â€ photo prints that one could peel and stick to willing surfaces. (Hey, you could use it to print business cards; younger people have other fun ways to use it.)
Dell says the Wasabi PZ310 uses Zink paper embedded with yellow, magenta, and cyan dye crystals. The device uses heat to activate and colorize these crystals and your photo magically appears. Zink is a descendant of the venerable Polaroid technology.
“The Dell Wasabi is the fourth product available using the ZINK Technology, with many more on the way, including those capable of making larger prints,” said Wendy Caswell, President and CEO ZINK Imaging. “The Wasabi joins the growing family of Dell products, like the Inspiron Minis, that are redefining value, personalization, and customization for connected mobile lifestyles.”
Dell is offering it at an initial price of $99, plus you buy the Zink paper.
[Site: Dell USA]