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Brother's MPrint MW-260: boring B&W printing in the palm of your hand

Paul Miller, @futurepaul
December 26, 2006
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While those compact photo printers are all well and good, they don't really compete with the incredible amount of teensy tiny in this new MPrint MW-260 from Brother. Fortunately for them, they do something useful, while MPrint can only churn out black & white A6 papers of questionable value. We're sure the enterprising businessman or resourceful secret agent could find a use for the thing, especially with Bluetooth, IrDA and USB connectivity, and compatibility with PCs and several flavors of Windows Mobile, but we'll probably just stick with writing things on our arms for now. Specs aren't shabby though: 300dpi, 20ppm, 0.73-inches thick. No word on price or availability, but it's unlikely we'll be seeing this one outside of Japan.

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