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Epson has announced the Stylus Photo R1900, a $550 pigment-based inkjet printer optimized for glossy papers.
Brother's new laser printers cost $120 and $150, and one incorporates wireless networking.
Brother has introduced its first line of digital color laser copier/printers for Mac and Windows.
Jon Cone has announced a set of inexpensive replacement inks for Epson's Stylus Pro printers.
Are the grays on printed web pages too light to distinguish? ColorSync may help.
Epson is entering the fiber-based photo paper market with Exhibition Fiber, an F-surface paper with a feel like a double-weight silver-halide paper.
Looking for a reasonably priced tool for building custom ICC profiles? Take a look at ColorVision's PrintFix Pro.
Ilford has announced a new fiber-based photo paper optimized for black and white and split-toned photographs.
Canon U.S.A. is offering a new Selphy ES2 compact photo printer for $199.99.
Rick LePage links to a Macworld article covering printing on third-party papers and fabric with your photo inkjet.
A few weeks after introducing four new Stylus Pro printers in Europe and Australia, Epson makes a formal announcement in the U.S.
Epson has introduced two new compact photo printers -- one model also sports a built-in CD burner.
Learn how to change the Presets pop-up in the Print dialog without actually printing something
Seiko's Smart Label Printers have gained a new optional $24.99 high capacity tray that enables them to support from 900 - 1700 labels, for high-volume environments.
Three of the printers announced by Canon Monday feature all-in-one capabilities, while the fourth is a compact photo printer.