Business users who are on the go and rarely in the office still need at times to be able to do all the things workers stuck in offices do. You can give a field worker a laptop and they can do all their computing wherever they happen to be. What can be more challenging is being able to print something from the road. Often mobile workers end up emailing items to someone in the office to print and then picking the items up when they are back. A new mobile AIO printer called the Primera Trio would end that method of printing.
The Primera Trio is billed as the world’s smallest and lightest portable AIO printer. The compact 2.6-pound device is able to print, scan, and copy. The scanner works in color or black and white modes. The printer is about the size of a hardback book making it easy to slip into a briefcase or laptop bag.
The print quality is 4800 dpi, the printer can handle A/A4 sized paper, and uses inkjet technology for full color prints. Users can also print on postcards and 4×6 borderless photos can be printed using the rear feeder slot. The top of the printer hides a 10-page feeder slot for printing multi-page documents.
Primera Trio is compatible with any OS or laptop that has a USB port and comes with software for scanning PDF files, images, and other common file formats. An optional battery pack is available that allows you to print 350 pages per charge. The printer can also be fitted with top covers in silver, white, pink, and blue for customization. The Primera Trio is available now online and in retail locations for $399.95.