With the reduction in hardware size, gadgets are reducing their size too and that’s what we called as technology development. Gadgets nowadays, are quiet handy such that they easily fit into your pocket-whether its a smartphone, a hard disk or any other gadget. What about “a small pocket photo printer”? Sounds great! Well, the South Korean tech giant, LG has recently launched its new Pocket Photo 2.0 “a small mobile printer”. The new Pocket Photo printer is an excellent travel companion which can connect through NFC and Bluetooth with Android and iOS mobile devices and allows users print custom 5.1 x 7.6cm photos. The new LG Pocket Photo is 4mm thinner than its predecessor, but comes with an excellent performance. The “LG Pocket Photo 2.0” offers more prints per charge which is 30 to be precise, with each printed picture being rendered at 313 dpi (dots-per-inch).
How does the printing works? Well, to start the printing, users have to first download the free Pocket Photo editing app and connect their smartphone/tablet with it. With the new updated printer, the editing app has been updated too which now features an expand range of customization options, a new set of filter effects and an intelligent fame augmentation feature. Users can even embed QR codes into photos printed through the LG Pocket Photo. The printer uses ZINK technology to print photos which eliminates the need for ink, cartridge, ribbons or tonner. The ZINK technology uses heat to fire up the necessary color-forming chemistry which is already embedded in each sheet of paper. As far as its availability is concerned, the new LG Pocket Photo printer will arrive in pink, jewel white and lime yellow, and is already available for purchase in China whereas global availability is scheduled in 2014. The new Pocket Photo 2.0 will showcase at CES 2014 which is to be held next month. Stay tuned for more updates.
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