Dell launches new portable photo printer

February 17, 2009
Dell Spices Up Portable Printing With Hot Pink Wasabi
Charlie Sorrel writes about Dell’s new portable photo printer, called the Wasabi.

“The little box hooks up to a camera or cameraphone via either USB or Bluetooth and outputs borderless 2×3″ prints. Because the printer uses batteries, you can take it anywhere with you. If this sounds a little like Polaroid’s PoGo, that’s because it is. It uses the exact same inkless technology, called ZINK (or Zero Ink), which prints the pictures onto dye-impregnated paper using heat to release the colors.”

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Microsoft to follow Apple with its own family of retail stores
ZD Net
Mary Jo Foley offers her thoughts on Microsoft’s recent announcement that it will be opening up retail stores soon.

“I have to admit I’m doubtful Microsoft is going to be able to pull off anything as sleek and hip as Apple has with its retail stores. And launching stores in major retail areas is an expensive proposition. But I’ll try and keep an open mind. Who knows: Maybe the Redmondians will find a way to one-up the Apple store, minus the attitude….”

Is Your Partner Program Meeting Its Potential?
The VAR Guy
Scott Dahlgren offers some advice on how companies can get the most out of their channel partner programs.

“Your partner strategy and program needs to align with the objectives, initiatives, and programs of every group and everyone should be measured in some way on how they execute against this strategy. Fundamentally, if you don’t believe that partners are strategic to your success and growth, partners will see that and they will be more cautious about investing and committing.”

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