Fuji ASK 2500 Printer Specifications

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The ASK 2500 is a printer manufactured by Fujifilm. Fujifilm markets the ASK 2500 as a "professional-quality" digital photo printer. It uses dye-sublimation printing, which heats particles of dye directly from a solid form to gas form to transfer it to the printing media before the dye becomes a solid again. The ASK 2500's specifications give you a better idea of the printer's quality.

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Media Specifications

The Fujifilm ASK 2500 supports four paper sizes. You can use 6-by-4 inch paper, 5-by-7 inch paper, 6-by-8 inch paper and 6-by-9 inch paper. The ASK 2500 prints images at 300-by-600 dots per inch. As a photo printer, it uses photo paper, not standard computer paper. This printer cannot be used to print normal documents.

Speed

Using 6-by-4 inch paper, the Fujifilm ASK 2500 prints a single picture in 6.8 seconds. With 5-by-7 inch paper, each print takes approximately 13.7 seconds. Both 6-by-8 and 6-by-9 inch paper print at approximately 15.5 seconds per print.

Compatibility

Fujifilm's ASK 2500 features a USB 2.0 connection interface. With the proper driver, the printer works with Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7. It's also compatible with Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.5. Fujifilm's GetPix FP2 photo printing kiosk uses the ASK 2500 as its printer.

Physical Specifications

The ASK 2500 stands 13.85 inches high, 11.81 inches wide and 16.18 inches deep. The printer weighs 22kg.

Features

The Fujifilm ASK 2500 uses Fujifilm's Image Intelligence technology. Fujifilm's own photo paper, Quality Thermal Photo Paper, features less static electricity than other photo paper and pictures come out 5 per cent whiter with 20 per cent more gloss. The combination of the Image Intelligence technology and Quality Thermal Photo Paper gives prints "lab" quality, claims Fujifilm.

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