Lantronix debuts first Google Cloud Print-Certified mobile printing device

Lantronix debuts first Google Cloud Print-Certified mobile printing device

Lantronix, Inc., a company who specializes in┬ásmart M2M (machine-to-machine) solutions, this week introduced its xPrintServer – Cloud Print Edition mobile printing device. Approximately the size of a smartphone, the device is an easy-to-use and easy-to-install solution which allows for cloud printing. What makes this one so darn special is that it’s the first, and only, print server certified by Google for its Cloud Print technology.

The xPrintServer – Cloud Print Edition works with any device, including smartphones, tablets, desktops, and laptops. All that’s required, essentially, is the Chrome browser, something most of us are already using anyhow. The xPrintServer also supports Google Apps business users; this should definitely find a place in offices around the world.

The xPrintServer – Cloud Print Edition has a suggested retail price of $149.95 MSRP and can be pre-ordered on Shipping is expected to commence in late February for the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe.


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