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HP announces new printers, enhanced printing technology

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on July 23rd, 2008

HP Photosmart D5460

HP recently did some updates to its consumer printers and technology, unveiling two compact photo printers, a new five-ink printing system and a home printer which can print from the Web. The HP Photosmart A630 and A530 Compact Photo Printers are expected to be available in August at around $150 and $100, respectively, while the HP Photosmart D5460 Printer is available now for around $100.

The main item of interest here is the five-ink printing system, which uses  a single dual-drop-volume printhead that delivers an extremely small drop size and offers consumers what HP says is “better control over costs by requiring fewer cartridges to manage.” You can get full details on these new HP printing functions after the jump.

Polaroid portable mini-photo printer

Posted in Printers by Conner Flynn on June 11th, 2008

Polaroid portable mini-photo printer
Polaroid finally has a release date for their portable Bluetooth mini-photo printer, the PoGo. It uses an inkless printing system developed by Zink to create 2 x 3-inch full-color copies of images from your camera or cellphone. The photo sheets contain tiny dye crystals that form your picture when they’re heated and the process takes roughly sixty seconds.

The PoGo will give you fifteen prints per charge and connects via USB or Bluetooth. They expect it to be a big hit with teens, but who knows, might be a hit with grannies for all I know. You can get one starting on July 6th for $149.

Epson shipping all new-in-one printer

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on June 3rd, 2008

Epson Stylus NX400Epson unveiled today a flagship model for a self-described “new generation of all-in-one printers.” This model is called the Stylus NX400 and you’ll find it pricing around $100.

The Epson Stylus NX400, as an all-in-one model, offers printing, scanning and copying for the household scene. Operating speeds are said to be up to 34 ppm for black and color text documents, 4″ x 6″ borderless photos in 26 seconds and up to 30 cpm for both black and color copies.

Epson debuts upper end photo printer

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on May 27th, 2008

Epson Stylus Photo R2880Epson is touting its new Stylus Photo R2880 printer as one worthy of creating “exhibition” quality prints for professional and fine art photographers. This printer prices at around $800.

The Epson Stylus Photo R2880 offers something called UltraChrome K3 with Vivid Magenta ink technology to produce a wider color gamut, reportedly thereby dramatically improving color quality. Another built-in technology is called Radiance and it “smoothes color transitions and optimizes highlight and shadow detail.”

Samsung releases smallest color laser printers

Posted in Printers by Conner Flynn on April 29th, 2008

Samsung releases smallest color laser printers
One thing is always true about new devices. They get smaller. Samsung Korea has released the world’s smallest color laser printers, the CLP-315K and CLX-3175FNK. The CLP-315K is equipped with a NO-NOIS print engine that offers a resolution of 2,400 x 600 dpi, 32MB of internal memory, 16 pages per minute(black) and 4 pages per minute in color. This one is 20% smaller than the previous CLP-300 model.

The company also released the CLX-3175FNK laser printer with built-in scanner and fax. It’s 40% smaller than the previous CLX-3160 series. With this printer, you can easily scan documents to USB memory or print documents stored on USB sticks, camera phones and digital cameras without the PC. Until we see something still smaller, these hold the title for now.

New Kodak all-in-one printer looks cool, does typical jobs

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on April 24th, 2008

Kodak ESP 5 All-In-One printer

Kodak today said it is readying a new all-in-one printer for distribution to consumer markets. It is known as the ESP 5 and it will price at around $170.

There’s nothing overly exciting about the ESP 5 from Kodak, though it does have somewhat of a cool design. It does your typical printing, scanning and copying and sports a three-inch display to let you view digital images loaded via its memory card slots and USB interface. You can on-board edit your images before printing them as well.

Canon unveils new mobile printer

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on April 14th, 2008


Canon has debuted a new mobile printer for those in need of the ability to print while speeding down the highway at 65MPH. It is called the Canon PIXMIA iP100 Mobile Printer and you’ll find it pricing at around $250.

The Canon PIXMIA iP100 lets print borderless color photos with an increased resolution size up to a maximum of 9600 x 2400 dpi. Canon says this printer is the first mobile printer “to have a minimum one picoliter droplet size, and increased print speed as well.” It can print at up to 20 ppm for black and 14 ppm for color.

New Lexmark printers go wireless

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on March 5th, 2008

Lexmark Z2420Lexmark yesterday unveiled several new printers and all-in-one devices which are geared towards home use. Major highlights of these new printers include two wireless models and also an all-in-one with a front laptop port.

Five new models in all were debuted, including the Z2420 ($80), X3650 ($80) and X4650 ($130). Specific features and availability are noted after the jump.

Canon PIXMA MX7600 shoots for high end printing on cheap paper

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on March 3rd, 2008

Canon PIXMA MX7600 Office AIO PrinterCanon brought to market today a new all-in-one printer it says “has the ability to produce crisp graphics and text on plain paper with the incorporation of the new Pigment Reaction (PgR) technology.” The printer is the Canon PIXMA MX7600 Office AIO and pricing is set at around $400.

The Canon PIXMA MX7600 Office AIO Printer is designed in essence to bring high quality printing jobs to regular paper, thus bringing savings to individuals and business which might otherwise have to fork out more money for better quality paper. Canon says its new printing technology means “curling, ink bleeding and printing through the paper sometimes associated with color inkjet printing on plain paper is dramatically reduced so that end-results are sharp, professional, business documents.”

Epson offers up networked all-in-one printer

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on February 5th, 2008

Epson Stylus CX9475FaxEpson is set to offer a new all-in-one printer with wired and wireless network connectivity which will reportedly offer an ability to make it easier to install on a network. The Epson Stylus CX9475Fax will price at around $180.

The Epson Stylus CX9475Fax lets Windows users “connect to a wireless network through a streamlined, automated configuration” by integrating the printer and printer server installation applications. Once up on a network it offers up printing, copying, scanning, and black-and-white or color faxing, as well as the ability to print photos with or without a computer, using the 2.5-inch tilt LCD.

Xerox offering low(er) cost color laser printer

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on February 4th, 2008

Xerox Phaser 6125Xerox said today it is bringing to market its lowest price color laser printer to date. It is called the Xerox Phaser 6125 and pricing is set at around $350.

The Xerox Phaser 6125 is designed to print up to 12 color pages or 16 black and white pages per minute. It comes with pre-installed toner cartridges and makes available to the end user features like networking and upwards of 1GB of memory installed.

Canon debuts new under $50 inkjet printer

Posted in Canon,Printers by Nino Marchetti on January 24th, 2008

Canon PIXMA iP2600 Photo PrinterAnother new digital imaging related offering from Canon this week is a new inkjet photo printer which can print photos at up to 4800×1200. It is the Canon PIXMA iP2600 Photo Printer and price is set at around $50.

The Canon PIXMA iP2600 Photo Printer, besides offering print head technology which can do the 4800×1200 resolution, can print borderless 4- x 6-inch photos in 55 seconds. It can also print documents, presentations and Web pages at speeds up to 22 pages/minute (ppm) for monochrome, and up to 17 ppm for color.

CES 2008

Printstik: Print emails & images on the go

Posted in CES 2008,Printers,Smart Devices by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2008

Print emails & images from your Smartphone
Planon has developed a printer on the go called the PRINTSTIK PS910 that will print any document without having to be connected to a computer.

Using Bluetooth technology you can print from your laptop, BlackBerry, or any device that has Bluetooth capability. It prints up to three pages per minute and supposedly requires very little maintenance. For $299.00 it includes a cartridge of 20 pages plus battery. It takes printing to a whole new level.

CES 2008

New Polaroid printer works directly with mobiles

Posted in CES 2008,Digital Imaging,Polaroid,Printers by Nino Marchetti on January 10th, 2008

Polaroid Digital Instant Mobile Photo PrinterPolaroid launched at CES a new way to print instant photos from Bluetooth and USB-enabled mobile phones and digital cameras. It makes use of a technology by Zink to accomplish its mobile printing goals.

The Polaroid Digital Instant Mobile Photo Printer, powered by Zink Zero Ink Printing Technology, lets consumers create full-color digital photos without ink cartridges or ribbons. It makes use of special paper inside the printer which “is an advanced composite material with embedded yellow, magenta and cyan dye crystals, activated with 200 million heat pulses, in 30 seconds, in a single pass.”

CES 2008

Brother’s $100 high-speed label printer

Posted in Brother,CES 2008,Printers by Darrin Olson on January 3rd, 2008

Brother QL-570 label printerBrother has a new label-printing product hitting CES this year that packs some impressive features into a small package. This Brother QL-570, designed with the small business in mind, connects to your PC or Mac via USB and has included software to make label printing relatively easy and actually pretty fast.

The software has a few print modes ranging from basically taking a screen shot to highlighting and printing or actually creating high quality labels. It supports up to 300 x 600 dpi resolution and can print out logos or graphics making professional looking labels for your letters, products or anything else you might get label-happy with. The only nice feature about this label printer aside from it’s reasonable $100 price tag is the speed. It can push out simple text-only labels faster than 1 per second at a rate of 68 per minute.