Epson’s new photo printer comes with a retro appearance design which seems to have drawn its inspiration from old computers once popular in 1970s or 1990s, but actually also features some modern technology as it is built with a wireless keyboard and a remote controller. However, the real element that makes the printer special is that the device prints out photos and postcards without needing to be connected to a computer.
It is compatible with common storage devices such as SDXC, microSDHC, xD –Picture, Memory Stick Pro and other kinds of flash memory cards. Once you plug certain storage cards into the printer, choose your favorite style from 1055 modes, add in some words with the wireless keyboard and then you can have delicate photos or postcards printed out. Epson has announced that the printer would be launched to Japan on 15th this month, with a price of 50,000 yen.