Brother's latest INKvestment all-in-one printers are aimed at the remote workforce.
Printer vendor Epson says it will continue to use its PrecisionCore inkjet technology in printers for home, enterprise, office, large format and industrial use.
Epson's move to sell a printer with up to two years of ink included in the box was a genius move that did see printers cost more upfront, but saved 160,000 tons of CO2, while also saving us tons of time and money.
Printer giant Epson has agreed to invest in printed electronics startup Elephantech, and the parties have entered into a partnership agreement that includes the supply of inkjet printheads.
Epson and then Canon stirred up the inkjet market by introducing models that do away with expensive ink cartridges in favour of internal tanks that can be refilled from bottles of ink. Brother's answer is to keep the simplicity and convenience of cartridges but massively increase their capacity at a lower cost per page.
Brother's new INKvestment inkjet printers, the MFC-J1300DW and DCP-J1100DW, come with the promise of the convenience of ink cartridges with the economy of high-volume tanks.
Emerging markets have proved fertile ground for Epson's EcoTank printers.
HP claims its new A4 OfficeJet Pro 8720 has up to 50% less print cost than a comparable workgroup laser providing speeds of up to 20/24ppm in colour and black. It is right!
Epson has sold 20 million of its high-capacity ink tank inkjet printers in less than seven years.
Honey, I shrank the printer. HP claims its new DeskJet 3700 all in one is half the size of other inkjets in its class.
Earlier this year HP refreshed it page wide, OfficeJet Pro X series renaming them PageWide. It is a proven ink technology that is fast replacing lasers in commercial use.
Designed for micro and small business, the HP OfficeJet Pro 8XXX all-in-one series offers up to 50% lower print costs than lasers, duplex printing, and enhanced management and security.
Maxnificent – this small office, home office almost gets a five-star rating as a good all-rounder for small office or home office (SOHO) use.
Canon’s new Pixma MG7760/7765/7766 is a top of the line, home inkjet that will satisfy the most discerning user – and it comes in gold, red or black.
Epson's new large-format SureColor printers are designed for demanding markets including pro photography, galleries and advertising.
Epson's new range of EcoTank home and home office printers feature refillable high-capacity ink tanks said to be good for up to two years printing from the original supply.
HP's new Officejet Enterprise Color MFP X585 and HP Officejet Enterprise Color X555 combine the company's PageWide inkjet printing technology with enterprise manageability.
HP's new Designjet T2500 large-format printer includes a built-in scanner.
Speed and cloud services are the highlights of Canon's new Home Advanced range of Pixma all-in-one printers.
Lexmark has agreed to sell its inkjet-related physical and intellectual assets to a company that has been a supplier for more than 15 years.
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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