Fujifilm Launches New Compact Inkjet Printer “Frontier DE100” – April 16, 2018 – Tokyo, Japan (Techreleased) – FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) launches the compact inkjet printer “Frontier DE100 (DE100)” for shops providing photo print services on April 16, 2018. DE100 achieves high quality prints through a combination of newly developed ink and a high resolution inkjet head.

Fujifilm has been providing a range of new services including photo prints from smartphones which the demand is growing recently, “Shuffle Print” which arranges a number of different photos into a single print, and “Square Print” which is well-balanced and easily displayed on a wall as part of a interior design. In order to provide these print services at shops, Fujifilm supplies a diverse range of print systems including in-store devices for receiving orders directly from smartphones and other devices where prints can be ordered simply through intuitive operations.

The company also supplies minilab systems which allow shops’ staffs to operate the systems by themselves through the combination of printer and software. DE100 is a compact, lightweight, and high quality printer that allows shops to build a diverse range of print systems in accordance with the line-up of their print service, available installation space, and their budget.

In combination of “ViViDiA D-photo”*, four-color ink originally developed by Fujifilm, inkjet head realizing resolutions of 1200 X 1200 dpi**, dedicated inkjet paper, and image-processing technology “Image Intelligence™”, DE100 achieves superior images to that of previous compact inkjet printers. The product is also compact and lightweight, making it suitable for installation in shops with limited space. In addition, DE100 can handle a diverse range of print sizes and three different types of surface*** such as glossy, luster and silk, each of which provides a different feel to the photos to meet customers’ needs.

Fujifilm continues to provide easy and value-added products and services by combining print devices in various output format and software to meet various needs of customers, and thus contribute to further development of photo culture.