Google is launching a new range of fax machines that make use of wireless technology.
The new FaxJet is designed to work with a range of printers including those used in the healthcare sector and the financial sector.
The company said the device has “low-latency transmission and high throughput”, which is great for those who need to make a fax to their clients on the go.
It’s also a cheaper option than a standard fax machine, with a price tag of $50 and a five-day warranty.
There are three models available in the UK.
The first has a 1.3GHz Wi-Fi antenna and a 6,000mAh battery, and the second is a 1GHz Wi.
Fi unit with a 2,000mA battery and a 1,500mAh battery.
The third model has a 6Ghz antenna and is $200.
The Faxjet can work with any fax machine that supports Wi-fi or Bluetooth.
FaxJet uses Wi-FI technology, but the company is still working on Bluetooth compatibility.
The product is available in Australia, Canada, Germany, India, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, and Switzerland.
The company has also launched a UK launch with an 80GB version of the device that comes with a Wi-Fu antenna and 5GB of memory, which is a little more than half the amount of storage the 80GB model has.
The device is currently being priced at $350 (£225) for the 80G version and $500 (£420) for an 80G Plus model, which has a Wi.FI antenna and 3GB of RAM.
It will be available in April.