For those of you who have digital photos stored on any mobile device, and want a mobile way of printing them, you might wish to purchase the Dell Wasabi, which measures in at 4.8 x 2.8 x 0.9 inches. The Wasabi might not be a green paste that makes your sushi more zesty, but it is the first Dell product that is ZINK-y.
Yes, the Wasabi PZ310 is an ultra mobile printer is Dellâ€™s first ZINK-enabled product, and it is able to produce 2 x 3 inch prints. All the user has to do is send their digital image to the Wasabi PZ310 via Bluetooth, and they can have a scrapbook-quality photo in under a minute.
ZINK technology doesn’t require the use of ink cartridges at all, instead, you use a special kind of paper that goes through the Wasabi, and it will come out on the other side as a full color photo. Hopefully ZINK technology will catch on so that landfills have one less problem to worry about, although I do hope that the special print paper it uses won’t be too expensive in the long run.
Well, the price for the Dell Wasabi is about $99, in black, pink, and blue. The $99 is just the introductory price. Iâ€™m not certain if it will go higher.
So dude, youâ€™re getting a Dell Wasabi! Yeah, that ad campaign is like, what, nine years old? Next thing you know, Iâ€™ll be doing the Budweiser â€œWhazzzup?â€