Trusted Reviews has a review of the HP Laserjet 2420d and writes - ‘As a new LaserJet from HP, the 2420d should be a good, solid office laser printer, but the problems we had with its duplex function and the question mark over some of its print output, left us less impressed than we expected. [...]
Archive for October, 2005
Steves Digicams reviews the Kodak Easyshare Photo Printer 500 and writes - ‘The printer is very compact and lightweight and its big 3.5-inch color screen makes viewing and editing a pleasure. It’s a perfect match for anyone that wants a home printer capable of making photo lab-quality “jumbo” size prints. Dye sub printers use a [...]
Macworld reviews the Xerox Phaser 8500DN printer and writes - ‘The Phaser 8500DN is a great office printer—it’s fast, and its management tools make it feel more like a full-featured medium workgroup printer than an economy color laser. But if your projects often include photographic elements—and you’re willing to wait longer for pages to print—you [...]
‘The Electronic Frontier Foundation said this week that it had cracked the code used in Xerox printers to embed details about the printer, including serial number, along with time and date information.
Laser printer manufacturers include the codes–which appear as small yellow dots visible under blue light–to help the Secret Service reduce counterfeiting.’
Read more at Cracking [...]
Pocket Lint has a first look review of the Lexmark P450 and write - ‘Compact in size, the P450 bares a similarity in design to its larger siblings in the Lexmark ‘P’ series. Familiar features, such as the multiple media card ports, catering for Compact Flash types I & II, SD, xD, SM, MMC and [...]
About.com has posted a reader review of the Canon i960 photo printer and writes - ‘This photo bubble jet printer is amazing. First off, The guys at canon finally figured it out to SEPARATE all the colors instead of having blue, red, and yellow all in one ink cartridge. This means if you run out [...]
Steves Digicams reviews the HP Photosmart 475 Photo Printer and advises - ‘The print quality is simply outstanding thanks to the Vivera Inks in the hp95, hp97 and hp100 print cartridges. They resist fading and keep your prints looking sharp and colorful for up to 82 years according to Wilhelm Research testing. This little inkjet [...]
Steves Digicams reviews the HP Photosmart 385 Photo Printer and writes - ‘If all you need to print is 4×6“ size photos and you want to be able to do this at home or in the field, without a computer - or (optionally) an AC power cord, then this may be the printer for you. [...]
BIOS reviews the Lexmark P450 Printer and writes - ‘Lexmark’s P450 is the first-ever inkjet photo printer with a built-in CD burner. The innovative P450 makes it easy to print 6×4-inch images directly from a memory card, Bluetooth-enable handheld device, digital camera (PictBridge), CD-ROM, or computer. You can even burn images from a memory card [...]
‘Japan’s Canon Inc. said on Tuesday it has developed tiny fuel cells that it hopes will start replacing conventional batteries to power some of its printers in three years.
Canon will join a small army of companies, including Toshiba Corp., NEC Corp. and Hitachi Ltd., that are working on the development and commercialization of fuel-cell [...]