Geek.com reviews the HP Photosmart 245 Photo Printer and writes - ‘Needless to say, despite the minor snag, the fact that you can print without a PC is a big winner for me. In fact, I showed the printer to a co-worker who then told me that she has the same one and takes it [...]
Archive for November, 2004
PC Mag reviews the Dell All in One Printer and writes - ‘The Dell Photo All-In-One Printer 942 is for people who want both a photo printer and an all in one. On the photo printer side, you get the ability to print directly from memory cards (CompactFlash Type I and II, Memory Stick, Memory [...]
Byte Sector reviews the HP Photosmart 375 and writes - ‘The HP Photosmart 375 printer is a fully-featured, highly mobile printer that creates decent images. When it comes to taking a printer with you, you’ll be hard pressed to find one that’s easier to throw into a bag. The multitude of sources that it takes [...]
PC Magazine writes: ‘In the item “Printing in Black”, we mentioned that most ink jets can’t use their black ink on glossy paper. One reader insisted that no printer he has seen has to mix colors to print black, except for three-color printers that don’t have black ink. We thought it would be useful to [...]
Trusted Reviews reviews the Canon Pixma iP5000 and writes - ‘The Canon Pixma iP5000 is a very well-equipped printer, which should be equally at home in a small office as it would be at home. Print quality, speed and running costs are all more than acceptable and at a street price of under £150, it’s [...]
‘The third quarter of 2004 witnessed total printer sales at 349,000 units registering a sequential 3.5% increase, and a 2.9% rise over the corresponding quarter, noted Gartner.
This total figure includes dye sublimation, line and serial dot matrix printers, single function inkjet and laser printers.
Hewlett-Packard retained its leadership by capturing 37.4% market share by unit, followed [...]
Trusted Reviews reviews the HP Photosmart 375 and writes - ‘hp has created a stylish and unbelievably portable photo printer but the picture quality is average compared to the Epson PictureMate. The price of the 375 may seem high, but you are getting a built-in battery, Bluetooth adapter and a colour screen for previewing, making [...]
‘According to InfoTrends/CAP Ventures’ research, nearly 80 million inkjet devices were installed last year, making this the dominant printer technology in the desktop arena. The number of inkjet multifunctional imaging devices installed in the U.S. is growing very quickly due to customers’ desire for increased functionality within a single product. This increased desire has been [...]
Steve’s Digicams reviews the Canon iP85000 and writes - ‘The Pixma iP8500 is Canon’s “top of the line” letter-size photo printer. It uses the same ChromaPLUS 8-color inks and print head as the wide carriage i9900 printer. And as you can expect - this printer is fast, fast, fast! The built-in duplexer (two-sided printing) [...]
Steve’s Digicams reviews the Canon Pixma iP6000D and writes - ‘From high-resolution photos to everyday text and color printing tasks, the Pixma iP6000D is an excellent printer. It’s reasonably priced ($179 suggested retail), quiet and versatile. The built-in duplexer (two-sided printing) is great for web page or document printouts and saves lots of wasted paper. [...]