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Apart from a slew of notebook computers, HP also unraveled at the Global Influencer Summit in Shanghai new printers that respond to the needs of today's on-the-go and Web-connected users. Check out the second part of our coverage to find out more about these products!
Back in October, Epson launched a trio of monochrome inkjet printers that promise printing costs of as low as Php0.45 per page. We take a look at the pick of the litter, the all-in-one K300.
In its fight for supremacy in the printer market, Canon's PIXMA line has always suffered from the notion that they offer good quality prints but at relatively high cost. To clear its name, Canon introduces the ink-efficient PIXMA E500. Here is our take on this AIO printer.
The Stylus Photo R3000 is Epson's newest A3+ photo printer targeted at professionals and advanced enthusiasts. It accepts nine ink cartridges, has a 2-picoliter minimum ink droplet size, is able to do disc printing, and sports built-in Wi-Fi. Are you tempted?
Canon recently held a huge gathering of the local media at the Cyberzone in SM North EDSA. At the said event, Canon proudly showcased its latest arsenal of PIXMA printers that are designed to deliver excellent photo printouts.
According to IDC, Canon’s PIXMA was the top-selling printer brand in the Philippines in the first half of 2011. Not one to rest on their laurels, Canon launched a new PIXMA line during a press event last week entitled IMPRINT.
Aiming to make another impact on the local consumer printing landscape, Epson Philippines rolled out two new lineups of inkjet printers, namely the K series monochrome printers and the L series color ink-tank printers.
HP Imaging and Printing Group staged its annual global conference last Thursday in Shanghai, where it introduced its latest innovations, solutions, and product offerings for the APAC and Japan region. We were there to cover the action.
Part of Epson's affordable lineup of ME (MaxEconomy) printers, the 620F is a boon to small businesses and home-based offices, consolidating the function of a printer, copier, scanner and fax machine into one compact body.
In the age of Facebook, we rarely make an effort to print out our photos. The Canon PIXMA iX6560 photo printer reminds us of how great personal printouts can be. It produces sharp 9600dpi prints in A3 size or bigger.