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Not like Dell itself didn't already confirm this puppy, but the first Dell-branded, ZINK-enabled product is officially official. The Wasabi PZ310 ultra-mobile printer promises to produce 2- x 3-inch prints in under a minute, and users with Bluetooth-enabled handsets can send over images for printin

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February 10, 2009 at 2:00PM
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Details are frustratingly absent, but Dell just came clean on that portable Zink printer of theirs, the Wasabi, that we saw run by the FCC in September. Luckily, all these Zink printers are pretty much the same -- meaning specialized 2 x 3-inch paper for ink-free printing, and a pretty stonking tin

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Up until now, the words \"Zink\" and \"Polaroid\" were all but married together, but a breakup fit for The Hills is about to go down courtesy of the all-too-promiscuous Dell. Over in the deep waters of the FCC, we're seeing a new Dell printer that utilizes the ink-free Zink technology. The PZ310 WASABI

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The white's cool, and so's the black -- but \"wasabi green\"? Seriously? We're not sure whether HTC will be launching its Touch in this... uh, creative hue globally, but it appears that some Asian countries are gonna get a crack at this.[Via Just Another Mobile Phone Blog]

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Those good folks across the pond sometimes amaze us, and other times they just plain confuse us. From what we can gather, this cantenna (made with wasabi cans -- nice touch!) scans for WiFi networks in its vicinity and takes \"snapshots\" of those networks, and then translates that data into a visual

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