LTRX $1.5...TO $10+ SOON...HOT NEW PRODUCT FOR IPHONE/IPAD/IPOD PRINTING.....GREAT NEW PRODUCTS FOR MANY INDUSTRIES...SOLID BALANCE SHEET
Lantronix Inc. (NASDAQ: LTRX)
12-MONTH TARGET: $10++
- SOLID BALANCE SHEET (59c/share cash no debt)
- HEAVY INSIDER BUYING (All buys - no sales)
- LOW FLOAT (7 Million shares)
- 0.4 X SALES
- GREAT NEW (and OLD) PRODUCTS FOR MANY INDUSTRIES
- SEVERAL NEW PARTNERSHIPS ANNOUNCED RECENTLY
-TOTALLY UNDER THE RADAR BUT NOT FOR LONG
=== Sample review of one of LTRX's new products, the xPrinterServer (July 2013 by Andy Chen)
Printing from your iPhone, iPad, iPod with Lantronix xPrintServer Home Edition is so easy, even my grandma now prints her Facebook pictures from her iPhone!!
“Now when you hit ‘print’, it actually prints” says the Lantronix website. I’ve heard of methods to print from iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads, but I never cared about it… until I needed to print something and I was too lazy/unable to get to my desktop iMac. Would the xPrintServer Home Edition from Lantronix deliver this promise?
For most of us, printing involves plugging in a USB cable from your computer to your printer. Obviously, iOS devices have no such connection, so how does it work?
The xPrintServer itself is a small white brick about the size of two iPhones stacked atop each other.
You can use the Lantronix with unlimited iOS devices, up to 8 USB printers and up to 2 network printers.
Installation takes a few seconds..... I plugged in the power, connected the USB to my Brother laser printer and connected the network cable to my router.
Now if you’re looking for a technical explanation, I don’t have one. Maybe there are printing elves living inside that little white brick. That’s good enough for me. I now have a networked USB printer that is iOS-friendly. If you know how to plug in a few cables and “add a printer” to your computer, it’ll work.
The Lantronix xPrintServer is now a welcome addition to my home network. This magical device if so easy to operate that even my grandmother prints her Facebook pictures in a flash.