Huawei provided a smart printer for PixLab V1 based on HarmonyOS 3.0

Huawei provided a smart printer for PixLab V1 based on HarmonyOS 3.0

The Chinese telecommunications giant Huavei announced PixLab V1 as the first smart printer to operate under the new HarmonyOS 3.0 operating system.

The device corresponds to the A4 format; the ink printing technology is used. It is based on a single-nuclear processor operating at 667 MHz clock frequency. The operational memory is 512 mbytes and the built-in flash drive capacity is 8 Gbyte.

The equipment includes the wireless adapters Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n. In addition, a NFC controller is provided for rapid interface with the smartphone.

The new one supports a number of intellectual functions, in particular the improvement of colors in printing, and deep integration with the HarmonyOS mobile devices has been achieved. The PixLab V1 model is capable of being a scanner and a copy machine.

The declared black-and-white printing resource is 7,500 pages, and the color is 4,000 pages. The new product can be purchased at an estimated price of $220.