This ultra-light device weighs 1.59kg and can fit into your hand luggage or briefcase, and be taken on your travels so you can print wherever you may roam.
The WorkForce WF-110 has a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery which can be charged via USB or mains power. Epson promises long-lasting battery life, with the possibility to add an optional external battery for extra longevity on the go (bringing the weight up to 2.04kg for the printer and additional battery).
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Naturally, as well as connecting via a USB cable, the WF-110 offers wireless connectivity including Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct, so it can be easily hooked up to a smartphone or tablet for printing.
The printer also has a 1.4-inch color LCD and a small control panel next to it.
Epson’s compact device is capable of printing documents and borderless 4-inch x 6-inch photos, with a print speed of 6.7 pages per minute for black and white documents, and 3.8 ppm for color (with instant-dry inks).
Additional benefits include voice-activated printing via your digital assistant, with Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri supported.
Epson’s WorkForce WF-110 is on sale now at major retailers in the US (and from Epson direct) priced at $299.99.
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