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Lantronix LogoLantronix said its iOS device print server has started to ship.

The xPrintServer-Network Edition is a " plug-and-print" hardware print server for printing from Apple iOS devices running iOS version 4.2 or higher.

The device is roughly the size of an iPhone and uses the iOS native print menu. It requires no additional applications, software downloads, or printer driver installations and automatically discovers available networked printers supporting JetDirect / AppSocket, LPD and IPP protocols.

The xPrintServer does not support networked USB printers.

The xPrintServer-Network Edition will be shipping shortly at a $149.95 MSRP.

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