CNET Asia takes a first look at the Lexmark X1270 and writes, “While it’s not exactly suited to photo printing, the X1270 looks to be superb for most basic printing tasks. It’s able to print at resolutions of up to 4800 x 1200dpi, and won’t take an age to do so thanks to its 17 [...]
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If you’ve been thinking about going wireless with your printer - just the thought of one less set of cables does the trick for me - PCWorld has a good article on Printing Without Cable Clutter, offering advice for setting up wireless printing in both your office and your home, as well as wireless printing [...]
Forbes Magazine has a piece on HP’s new printing technology that should hopefully make it cheaper to make prints.
What makes this different from Canon and Epson who already have their printheads inside the printer? Apparently, a new photolithography technology has been implemented in the manufacturing of the printhead which will make it cheaper to [...]
Smartmoney.com has an article for those of you who amassed a stock agencies worth of images over the 4th of July but don’t know how to get them printed without breaking the bank. In comes an article from Smartmoney detailing the best printing deals out there.
As always, prices may change and depending on the [...]
Eamon Hickey of Robgalbraith.com co-wrote an article with CNET Senior Editor Aimee Baldridge on the various online printing/sharing photo sites out there.
The very useful thing is they break it down into four sub-categories.
* Online photo sharing for snapshot photographers
* Online printing for snapshot photographers
Ars Technica has a piece on Dell’s new $99 laser printer and the possibility that this will start a price war amongst the laser printer manufacturers. Some of the cheapest laser printers I’ve seen already hover around this price but Dell walking into the game changes everything. Just by the sheer volume alone that Dell [...]
OKIdata is a company that has been around for a very long time. I have own a few OKI printers in my day (loved those LED heat transfer printers way back when before lasers became affordable). Over on TrustedReviews, there is a new printer out that is getting some press - the 5510MFP.
PCWorld has retested the Brother MFC-8840DN. This is a network compatible multifunction printer and it gets high grades.
The MFC-8840DN comes with 32MB of memory, expandable to 160MB. It can hold 300 sheets of letter- or legal-size paper; and for $140 more, you can add a 250-sheet paper tray.
Upshot: Lots of office-oriented features, quick performance, [...]
You have an awesome printer. The options were perfect, the ink or toner is cheap. You print as much as you can. But, what is missing? Dealing with the paper you use. Being a responsible printer owner includes management of your paper use. Most people believe that since they [...]
CNET Reviews updated their top printer selections on June 1st. There are some great printers listed and CNET organized them into separate categories depending on what the printer’s function is.
Small office/home office inkjets
What I found interesting was some of the reviews were not overly positive in some [...]