With a clever, new and intuitive Smart Panel app that makes it incredibly easy to set up, monitor, print, scan and more using your EcoTank right from your smartphone or tablet, Epson's EcoTank printers have been the perfect pairing to the work and school from home lifestyle, and with 60 million sales now achieved, it's no surprise to see the Epson EcoTank rank No.1 worldwide!
Canon is firm to its commitment of “enabling businesses to stay ahead of the curve.” To support organisations—from small businesses to large enterprises—Canon introduces two new models GX6060 and GX7060 MegaTank—designed to help businesses “confidently find the most robust and scalable solution to meet their needs.”
Promising a modern printing experience that makes printing easier, more convenient, and more sustainable than ever, HP's new service goes up against Epson's EcoTank and Canon's MegaTank, along with Brother's also excellent range of printing solutions.
In a time when ink cartridges are much harder to find due to the ongoing pandemic and so many still working from home, making colour laser printers hard to find as well, Canon's MegaTank cartridges promise to contain as much ink as thirty standard cartridges.
Joining multifunction printers in the EcoTank and EcoTank Photo range is the new ET-5800, a new EcoTank Pro ET-5800 that’s an A4 wireless all-in-one printer. Epson says it “offers fast, cartridge-free printing with enough ink to print up to 4,500 pages black and 2,800 pages in colour - and easy-to-fill ink tanks providing low cost printing”.
Epson's latest inkjet, the EcoTank Pro ET-16600, is an A3+ all-in-one.
New versions of Epson's popular all-in-one printers have arrived, with the XP-6000 and XP-8500 available now, and the XP-15000 arriving in December 2018.
The ultimate expression of Epson's range of home printers has arrived, dubbed "small-in-ones with Wi-Fi" and ideal for home printing.
Promising printers with "up to two years worth of ink included", Epson has taken its excellent EcoTank printers and has upgraded them with "a new five-colour ink system, auto-stop ink bottles and integrated ink tanks".
Epson has announced its newest ink cartridge-free EcoTank printer range, doubling the page yield of previous models and introducing new photo printers.
OKI Data Australia’s new Teriostar large format digital LED mono printers have now gone multifunction, and can also scan in colour or mono.
The 100ppm Epson WorkForce Enterprise WF-C20590 and its 75ppm sibling the WF-C17590 are designed to meet the speed and volume requirements of a departmental MFD without the high energy consumption or consumable requirements of equivalent laser models.
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.
Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One driver and reigning champion Lewis Hamilton says he doesn't know why head-up displays have not been investigated before in the sport.
Camera and printer maker Canon has announced a 1TB storage device designed explicitly to hold photos and videos.
Epson says its new WorkForce WF-100 mobile printer is the world's smallest and lightest, at least in its class.
HP's new Designjet T2500 large-format printer includes a built-in scanner.
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.
Attacks on or using networked printers or multifunction devices are nothing new, but the growth in malware is affecting embedded systems including those used in such devices, according to Tom Moore, McAfee's vice president of embedded security.
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