YU Unveils YUPIX, a portable printer for INR 6,999

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YU, the new age online technology brand from Micromax has introduced a portable printer YUPIX which will be available on Amazon.in from Monday, September 7, 2015 at Rs. 6,999/-.

YUPIX, with an image quality (IQ) score of 175, converts your digitally captured memories into vivid and crystal clear 2.1 x 3.4 inch printed photos in 60 seconds keeping the image quality preserved, transporting you back in time to relive those moments.

Its image transfer speed is 10 times faster due to a WiFi/NFC/WiFi Direct enabled connection compatible with both android and iOS smartphones as compared to a Bluetooth enabled connection.

Compact Travel Buddy

With a compact size of 2.99 * 6.01 * 0.94(W*D*H) and a net weight of 273gms including the battery and cartridge, vacations with family and friends will be a lot more gratifying making YUPIX a perfect travel companion just like your smartphone. Adding to this compelling quality of YUPIX is its 750 mAh battery that keeps it functioning for long.

One of a kind Cartridge

A unique boasts of a unique cartridge which does not require a cleaning roll. With Dye Sublimation technology and a printing resolution of 291 dpi, YUPIX prints 10 continuous copies which can be attributed to the unique cartridge which has Ink Ribbon & Photo Paper Integrated into it apart from being water and finger print proof.

Smart ‘Appcessory’

Apart from being a smart accessory, YUPIX is also a smart application which can be downloaded from Google Playstore. Adding to this smartness is its ease of use. After downloading and installing the app, users can wirelessly connect their smartphone through WiFi or NFC and begin printing immediately. The eye pleasing YUPIX is available in the beautiful blue color.

The Appcessory with the unique ability to both edit and print photographs without a computer can print edited photos with a resolution of 1280 x 1920(2.5Mpx).


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