Lantronix Announces Worldwide Availability of xPrintServer Cloud Print Edition
March 20, 2014
By Nathesh, TMCnet Contributor
Lantronix (News - Alert), a provider of smart IoT (Internet of Things) connectivity solutions, stated that it has begun shipping its xPrintServer - Cloud Print Edition mobile printing device. Users can leverage this device to enable supported printers to print using cloud print technology from devices powered by Android (News - Alert) OS and ChromeOS.
The new xPrintServer - Cloud Print Edition is roughly the size of a smartphone and it can transform users' USB and network printers into Google (News - Alert) Cloud Print ready devices and from their Google Cloud Print enabled Android phones and tablets users can also directly and wirelessly print photos, emails, web pages and documents in an instant - there is no need for complicated apps that has to be installed in the mobile devices.
Lantronix exclaimed that the solution is easy to setup - all users have to do is plug the xPrintServer into their network and connect their USB printes to the xPrintServer and within seconds the solution will auto-discover users' printers in the network and will be ready for use. One xPrintServer unit supports a virtually unlimited number of users, as well as a virtually unlimited number of printers simultaneously. Companies can ensure that mobile workforce is ready for printing from their smartphones in a matter of minutes.
With the Lantronix XprintServer - Cloud Print Edition, users can print their existing printers and need not buy new ones and the solution is also compatible with notable brands. Users can access and manage the solution's administrative and security settings via an easy to use web interface.
It also supports Google Apps, a cloud-based productivity suite that is designed to enable users to carry on with work from anywhere over any device.
Customers in United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe can avail the new xPrintServer - Cloud Print Edition for $149.95 from the company's global distribution network and from select retailers.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker