Working from home in 2022? Often need hardcopy documents? Need a scanner as well as a printer? If you answer "yes" to all these questions, take a look at the Epson ET-4850.
Epson's latest EcoTank Pro printers are aimed at home offices and small businesses. The EcoTank Pro ET-5150 and EcoTank Pro ET-5170 are the ideal replacement for messy, expensive and heat-producing laser printers, according to the company.
HP's latest enterprise printers feature NFC and wireless direct printing for ease of use with mobile devices. These capabilities can also be added to certain existing models.
Speed and cloud services are the highlights of Canon's new Home Advanced range of Pixma all-in-one printers.
Oki's latest MFP for smaller businesses includes AirPrint support for iOS users.
Netgear claims its R6300 wireless router will be the first 802.11ac Wi-Fi router on Australian retailers' shelves.
HP has delivered additional remote and wireless printing capabilities to selected laser printers and multifunction devices.
Apple has released the Mac OS X 10.6.5 update, but there's no mention of AirPrint support. There's also a security update for Mac OS X 10.5.8.
Lexmark has released a raft of SOHO and corporate printers and multifunction devices, including one that replaces a conventional scanner engine with a camera-style system that trims scanning time to as little as three seconds, and others with a massive 10.2in touchscreen control panel.
HP has unveiled the Photosmart eStation, an all-in-one device with a touch screen control panel that doubles as an Android tablet. Along with another new model, the ENVY100 e-All-in-One, the eStation brings a new industrial design to HP's range.
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