By >Daimaou - G.G-B
Casio add two new Postcard printers to its catalog with the PCP-1400 and PCP-400.
Japan is maybe the last place on earth, where people still send postcards to each others. Granted that the major party of the population is way above 50 years old now, and that habits are hard to kill, but the postcard business here is pretty good and goes beyond what you would expect.
Available with a little Full Qwerty Keyboard, a memory card reader capable to read pretty much every kind of card and format, Casio latest Postcard printer, comes with a 7” touchscreen with the PCP-1400 and a 3.5” one with the PCP-400.
Made to send birthday cards, seasons greeting card, or just “Congratulation” cards, Casio latest Postcard printers are pretty powerful by offering many pre-loaded designs and print, as well as offering you the possibility to tweak any picture you may have or even draw your own deign directly on their touchscreen.