Don't-Miss Printer Stories
Epson unveiled three new "ultra high-definition" inkjet printers -- the R280, RX595 and RX680.
Brian Chen thought he was doing his lungs a favor by trying to kick his smoking habit. Then he read news reports about laser printers doing pretty much the same thing to his lungs. And now, he figures he's pretty much doomed.
Epson's Stylus C120 inkjet printer outputs up to 37 pages per minute.
Epson has released new inkjet all-in-one printer devices in price ranges from $70 to $150, some with built-in LCD viewfinders and auto document feeders.
Canon has added a new low-end network laser printer with duplex output capabilities -- the MF4270.
Last week, Epson quietly announced updates to its Stylus Pro line of printers, with new Vivid Magenta inks, anti-clog features and more. One of the printers is an entirely new model that can print up to 64 inches wide.
Toshiba's latest laser printer for individuals and small businesses costs $449.
Canon's three newest printers include a compact photo printer and two new all-in-ones that can print, copy and scan.
Rick LePage follows up on the Moab-Legion merger and adds a few notes regarding HP, Canon and Epson fine-art printers.
Brother's new MFC-9000 series multi function fax, scan and printer is a color laser device, similar to Brother's HL-4000 series printers.
Is your printer telling you it still has ink yet you see no print? Go for the gunk.
Epson's Stylus Pro 3800 is the new benchmark for photo pros looking to sell their work. Rick LePage tells you why.
We recently featured a trio of shopping lists for the Ultimate Home Office. But readers have some pretty interesting shopping ideas of their own.
Pity the modern worker. Back when our ancestors served their 60 hours a week lashed to lathes, coupled to conveyor belts, and harnessed to harvesters, it was impossible to take work home. Clock out, and you were done for the day. No longer. The home office—whether as an adjunct to a distant workplace or as the location of your primary workplace—is a common component of home.
Dymo is offering a USB-based postage scale that weighs parcels up to five pounds, so you can print out precise postage using Dymo's label printers and Dymo Stamps software.