Google Cloud Print Allows Wireless Printing To Epson Machines

2011-09-07 16:01:48

Published on 2011-09-07 16:01:48

Google Cloud Print will soon be compatible with Epson printer ink devices, according to the office supplies giant.

It said that its major new models will work with the application from autumn 2011, allowing people on the move to print out documents at any time and from anywhere in the world.

Those using Gmail and Google Docs for mobile will be able to access the wireless solution, while Chromebook users will also be able to churn out documents without the need to install any drivers or have any cables plugged in.

Ian Cameron, general manager of global communications at Epson, said: "Epson is all about providing customers with the maximum possible value. Combining Epson's state-of-the-art printers for enterprise and the home together with the options offered by Google Cloud Print, liberates busy Epson customers by allowing them to print whenever and from wherever they want."

According to Google, cloud printing has "tremendous benefits" to end users and for the industry as a whole, and is going to become the norm in the coming years.

Posted by Canzil Ahmed.

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