DNP WCM2 Print Launches with Admin Controls

DNP WCM2 Print Launches with Admin Controls

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DNP WCM2 Print

Concord, NC—DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation (DNP IAM) launched the new Wireless Connect Module 2 Print (WCM2 Print). It is the company’s newest and most seamless wireless printing device to date. Moreover, with Wi-Fi hotspot technology, the DNP WCM2 Print makes it easier for users to connect to a single or multiple DNP dye-sublimation photo printers. They may do so from MacOS, iOS, Android and Windows devices for printing from anywhere.

“Whether you’re printing from a tablet-based device (iPad or Android), directly from a mobile device or from your studio workstation, the WCM2 Print can transform amateur and professional photos into stunning prints in moments,” the company announced.

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In addition, the new WCM Portal features easy-to-navigate admin controls for users to set up print sizes; find available printers; and manage functions for a customized user experience. The WCM Print feature also allows quick access to locally stored images on any compatible device. Subsequently, users can print new or old photos almost instantly.

“Wireless printing brings new possibilities to our customers; it allows them to easily expand on their product offerings and services,” said Shinichi Yamashita, president of DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation. “Now, event photographers, photo booth operators and professional studio photographers can access prints in a matter of minutes and use them as a marketing tool, a thank you to clients or an on-site preview for studio photo shoots. The WCM2 Print is designed to help photographers offer more, travel easier and provide a better service.”

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Furthermore, the WCM2 Print is compatible with all of DNP’s printers; this includes the QW410, DS620A, DS820A and DS-RX1HS, as well as legacy printers like the DS40 and DS80. As a result, photographers can still use the gear they know. The printers’ dye-sublimation technology produces prints that do not smudge and will stay vibrant over time.

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