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New service promises easier printing

Electronics For Imaging, which makes software and network hardware for printers, on Monday introduced PrintMe Networks, a service that enables remote printing without requiring print drivers, cables or complex setup. The company also announced partnerships with Adobe Systems, Xerox and Yahoo to make the service widely available. PrintMe Networks allows users to print documents from their PCs, handheld computers and even cell phones by connecting to any printer on the PrintMe Network. EFI envisions network-connected printers at hotels, airports, corporate offices and other locations where mobile workers need quick and simple printing services.

Electronics For Imaging, which makes software and network hardware for printers, on Monday introduced PrintMe Networks, a service that enables remote printing without requiring print drivers, cables or complex setup. The company also announced partnerships with Adobe Systems, Xerox and Yahoo to make the service widely available.

PrintMe Networks allows users to print documents from their PCs, handheld computers and even cell phones by connecting to any printer on the PrintMe Network. EFI envisions network-connected printers at hotels, airports, corporate offices and other locations where mobile workers need quick and simple printing services.