The Amazon Print service has been used for a number of years to print newspaper advertisements.
But in the past, Amazon has used a proprietary paper-based ink that’s difficult to source locally.
Now, it’s available to anyone with a printer.
The company announced Monday that it is selling a printer that is compatible with Amazon’s Print service.
Amazon says the printer can print in a range of colors, is designed for print shops, and has been certified by the US Postal Service to print in the United States.
It costs $199.99 for the printer and can print on either A3 or 3.5″x5″ paper stock.
Amazon is also offering a range the printer for $299.99.
The new printer, dubbed the Amazon Print-A-Palette, has an inkjet printer with a resolution of 600 dots per inch (dpi), and can be used with Amazon Prime, which costs $99 a year.
The Amazon Print Palette is a printer with an ink-jet printer and an Amazon Prime membership, which can print to a maximum of 8.5 pages per day.
Amazon claims that the printer has a 100% accuracy rate.
It also comes with a USB cable, a manual, and a few extra printable items.
The printer is also available in the US and Canada.
Amazon said it will offer other colors, sizes, and features over the coming weeks.
The company says the new printer will cost $129.99 and will be available later this year.
Amazon’s new printing service is available on Amazon Prime and its website.