This lunchbox-shaped Epson E-100 printer was designed by an 'All Women, For Women' program in an effort to make a printer that was "easy for women to use." Its more notable features include the ability to print images directly from mobile phones, as well as SD cards and other types of flash memory. Of course, no modern lunchbox-shaped device would be complete without Bluetooth and infrared wireless capability.
It's good to know that, essentially, what was making printer operation difficult for women was not poor interface design or confusing dialogs, but the lack of a stylish handle. We'll be sure to update on the now-certain flurry of behandled items soon to usher forth from Japan.
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