Dell Wasabi PZ310 ultra-mobile printer

dell-wasabe-printerDell today announced the Wasabi PZ310 ultra-mobile printer for instant photo printing and sharing anytime, anywhere. Wasabi is designed to work with Bluetooth-enabled* camera phones, digital cameras and mobile PCs as the perfect travel companion for capturing and sharing memories with instant wallet-size photos.

Wasabi joins the growing family of Dell products like the Inspiron Minis and the Dell Design Studio that are redefining value, personalization and customization for connected mobile lifestyles.

dell wasabe pz310 printer

The News:

  • Works with popular mobile phones like the RIM Blackberry Curve, LG Trax and Motorola RAZR V3. dell wasabe pz310 printer
  • Real-time sharing when you’re hanging out, at school, at the game or at a concert.
  • Wasabi measures just 4.8 in. x 2.8 in. x 0.9 in. and weighs 7 ounces.
  • Prints 2 in. x 3 in. borderless color images in less than a minute.
  • Sticky-back photo paper is perfect for scrapbooking and decorating favorite surfaces – like lockers, message boards and laptops.
  • User-friendly, simple buttons and indicators make operation intuitive and easy.
  • Available in three vibrant colors – pink, black and blue.
  • Uses Bluetooth for wireless connectivity and PictBridge for physical connections.
  • Inkless, no-mess ZINK Printing Technology from ZINK Imaging renders sharp, vivid images.
  • One-touch reprint function allows for the duplication of the last printed image with ease.
  • Stylish high-polish ergonomic look offers a sleek design and an exciting, fun-filled experience.
  • Wasabi is available online in the U.S. at www.dell.com/wasabi.
  • Launching with $99 promotional price for a limited time – regularly $149.

* Compatible with Bluetooth 2.0 with at least one of the following file transfer types: FTP, BPP, BIP or OPP.

The ZINK™ Technology and ZINK™ trademarks are owned by ZINK Imaging, Inc.

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