New printer reads flash cards

Lexmark has released a unique new inkjet printer that incorporates a flash memory card reader, enabling users to print digital images directly from their camera's CompactFlash or SmartMedia cards.

The $699 Photo Jetprinter 5770 offers a resolution of 1200 x 1200dpi, and text and graphics printing at speeds of up to 8ppm.

Printing images taken with a digital camera is as easy inserting a memory card and pressing a single button, says Canon. Users also have the option of connecting an Iomega parallel port Zip drive, to which they can save images or print directly from.

In addition, a built-in keypad and LCD screen on the printer allows users to choose from a number of options when printing photos, such as sizing or printing an index card, for example.


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