The company has been chosen by Microsoft as the only
UK-based Internet printing partner for the new operating system. The selection
means Jessops will feature among a select group of service providers to which
Windows XP users can send their digital images, in order to get real
Windows XP, available in the high street from October 25th, will feature
enhanced facilities for the capture, management and sharing of digital images.
The opportunity to quickly and easily order high-quality photographic prints
on-line will be a central element.
The Windows XP operating system aims to make ordering real photographic
prints from digital images easy. Users simply choose the images they wish to
print, and then launch the OnLine Print Wizard. This guides them through the
process step by step, including selecting print sizes for each image, and
completing delivery and payment details.
Images sent through this service are processed using Jessops' latest 'Diamond
laser' digital systems and printed onto photographic paper guaranteed fade free
for 75 years.