The Primera Trio weighs just over a kilogram and is "the size of a hardcover book".
Gizmag reported on the launch of the machine at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this month, with OEM Primera Technology stating that its Trio printer is "the world's smallest and lightest all-in-one printer", weighing 2.7 pounds and "the size of a hardcover book" with the ability to use an "optional battery pack" for power.
The inkjet device takes color or monochrome cartridges, and can print on A4 paper at a resolution of 4,800 dpi, with a 10-sheet feeder, while "postcards, invitations and photos" can be printed from a secondary feed measuring 4 x 6 inches at the rear of the device. The printer"s dimensions are 11.4 by 1.8 by 6.5 inches, which makes it bigger than Brother's PocketJet 6, but that is a single-function as opposed to this AIO.
The Trio also scans in full color or monochrome at 600 x 600 dpi, with the additional optional battery pack giving up to 100 extra pages on one charge, and Primera has also produced an "optional vehicle mounting bracket" alongside a 12-volt and USB power cord for "in-vehicle printing". The Trio can also be personalized with optional silver, white, pink and blue top covers.
Primera noted that the machine is available for pre-order "in selected stores" worldwide now, with an estimated shipping date of February and a price of $399.95.
Source: The Recycler