деньги в займ на карту

Epson launches PrintJinni iPhone printing app

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on September 16th, 2010

PrintJinni for Epson printers is a new iOS app developed by Thinxtream Technologies. It allows iPhones and iPod touch users to print documents from an e-mail account to any Epson all-in-one device with Wi-Fi. The application supports Gmail, Microsoft Exchange, MobileMe, AOL, and other IMAP-based e-mail services.

You can print jpeg images, PDF’s Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents. The app is currently available for an introductory price of $7 but that will increase to $10 for a one year subscription.

Belkin Home Base for wireless printing and file sharing

Posted in Belkin by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2009

Belkin Home Base for wireless printing and file sharingThis is something that many of us have been waiting for. A box that adds all kinds of connectivity options to any networked PC, instead of making consumers purchase separate devices to add NAS capabilities and wireless print sharing.

This is that box. Belkin‘s Home Base handles everything. It includes four USB 2.0 sockets and an Ethernet jack. When connected to your home router, a printer and at least one external hard drive, any machine on the network instantly gets wireless printing abilities and network access to your USB HDDs. But that isn’t all. The Home Base can wirelessly backup your connected PCs by itself and it sports an automatic sharing feature so that you can send photos to Flickr without a care.

Photo printing service hits Japanese Wiis

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on July 27th, 2008

Photo printing service hits Japanese WiisHere’s something else to complain about when it comes to Nintendo’s constant need to keep things away from American hands. A new partnership between Nintendo and Fujifilm is spawning the Wii Digicam Print Channel, which is immediately available for Japanese Wii consoles to access.

It lets owners upload images from SD cards and get customized prints, photo books, business cards, and more in the mail. I’m not entirely sure why they feel the need to waste resources on this one when people can just use their computer, but I’m sure one or two people will love it. Probably the same people who bought the gameboy printer. It will likely hit North America and Europe at some point in the future.