News — 08 August 2012

Dropbox now lets you print documents at FedEx Office retail stores, online too

The cloud locker behemoth that is Dropbox has taken to Twitter to announce it’s now allowing users to “easily” print documents at FedEx Office stores, both retail and online. But just how “easy” is it, really? Well, the physical deal’s fairly simple: head over to the nearest FedEx Office shop and self-serve yourself to a friendly three-step method, which includes picking Dropbox as the service of choice (there’s also Box and Google Docs), entering the appropriate credentials and, naturally, selecting whatever doc you’re looking to print out. Unfortunately, both companies failed to mention how much the handy service will cost, but we can’t imagine it’d be much different than the fees you’re accustomed to now.

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