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Meet Printstik PS905ME - the Smallest Printer in the World

Feb 02, 2010
This is a mobile printer and it is eco-friendly (yes, it doesn't leave carbon footprint). A company called PlanOn Systems Solutions has recently presented this device that you can easily connect to a laptop or smartphone.

You can use the device to print virtually anywhere. Printstik PS905ME is powered by lithium-ion polymer rechargeable batteries and what is really impressive is that it doesn't need ink cartridges due to the fact that it makes use of thermal printing technology to make monochrome pictures.

Currently Printstik PS905ME is believed to be the smallest mobile printer in the world, weighting 1.5 pounds and measuring 2x2x11 inches, which allows you to store it easily in your pocket.


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Jul 03, 2015 10:48 PM » posted by: Aid

Seen and not heard. The first known appearance of this quote can be found in a colteclion of sayings written around 1450 AD. It was originally tied to children.Moving to more recent history, just try to imagine tying seen and not heard to plastic card printers? It is far easier to conceive of applying it to today’s children than today’s card printers. In fact the very suggestions that you would appreciate the design of the machine, be amazed by the print quality of the cards produced, and barely even hear the production of the cards taking place, would have been outrageous thinking.Then came Zenius. This is one plastic card printer that needs to be seen. It won’t likely be heard.

Jul 03, 2015 10:48 PM » posted by: Aid

Seen and not heard. The first known appearance of this quote can be found in a colteclion of sayings written around 1450 AD. It was originally tied to children.Moving to more recent history, just try to imagine tying seen and not heard to plastic card printers? It is far easier to conceive of applying it to today’s children than today’s card printers. In fact the very suggestions that you would appreciate the design of the machine, be amazed by the print quality of the cards produced, and barely even hear the production of the cards taking place, would have been outrageous thinking.Then came Zenius. This is one plastic card printer that needs to be seen. It won’t likely be heard.

Jul 03, 2015 10:48 PM » posted by: Aid

Seen and not heard. The first known appearance of this quote can be found in a colteclion of sayings written around 1450 AD. It was originally tied to children.Moving to more recent history, just try to imagine tying seen and not heard to plastic card printers? It is far easier to conceive of applying it to today’s children than today’s card printers. In fact the very suggestions that you would appreciate the design of the machine, be amazed by the print quality of the cards produced, and barely even hear the production of the cards taking place, would have been outrageous thinking.Then came Zenius. This is one plastic card printer that needs to be seen. It won’t likely be heard.

Sep 20, 2012 04:29 PM » posted by: Digvijay Sharma

It's a amazing & I want to know its price



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