Selpic Inc, California-based Company offering innovative digital printing solution has come up with the world’s smallest handheld printer. Christened Selpic P1, the ultra-light handheld printer allows you print anything, anywhere and at any time. Unlike traditional printers, this incredibly printer gives you freedom of easily printing your ideas on the go just like using a pen.
Weighing just 92g with ergonomic pen-like shape design, the Selpic P1 printer is small enough to carry in your pocket. The world’s smallest handheld printer uses advanced inkjet printing technology to print texts, images, photos, barcodes and QR codes. Interestingly, this mobile printer can print on different surfaces besides paper like wood, leather, textile and more. Moreover, it can print at any angle including horizontal and vertical orientation. Also, it can switch printing direction from left to right or vice versa. Selpic P1 comes with built-in line break function that allows you to print a single line or across multiple lines.
The Selpic P1 mobile printer comes with 300 nozzles per head and 0.002 inches of nozzle spacing only. Thus, its nozzle can eject 18 million drops per second which allow it to print at ultra-fast speeds and tremendous precision. The portable printer provides high quality prints, thanks to 600 DPI resolution and advanced water based ink. The world’s smallest handheld printer offers 3 hours of printing on a single charge. It can print up to 90 A4 sheets with 5% ink cartridges.
Selpic P1 is very simple to operate and comes with user-friendly interface and easy navigation. You just have to connect your smartphone with the printer using the Selpic app and you are good to go. Using your mobile’s microphone, the App can turn your speech to text. There are 8 cartridge colors available that offers you infinite design possibilities.
The Selpic P1 portable printer pen is currently raising funds on crowdfunding site Indiegogo. There are still more than 3 weeks left in the campaign. However, the mini printer has already reached its funding goal. Visit Selpic’s official website for more information.
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