Inkjet Printers Guide
Printing on a tight budget? You might want to consider Canon’s new PIXMA G series printers, which are equipped with high-yield ink bottles that are good for printing up to 6,000 monochrome pages, and 7,000 color documents, respectively.
To stay ahead in the printing industry, Epson has introduced its Replaceable Ink Pack System that combines the ease-of-use of a cartridge-based system with the high volume printing of an ink tank system. With a full set of ink packs, the WF-R8591 can print up to an incredible 75,000 pages.
Introducing MAXIFY, Canon’s latest cost effective printer sub brand that debuts some of the company’s most exciting innovations.
The L850 is a multi-function printer capable of borderless photo prints, with a 6-color ink tank system that's capable of printing up to 1,800 4R photos.
Earlier today, Canon Marketing Malaysia launched a slew of products at a rather unique event. Called 'Fresh and Free', the event was held with a marketplace theme, to showcase just how flexible the printers are.
Samsung announced a lineup of Android-powered multifunction printers, called Smart MultiXpress. These printers are available in four variants, introducing a number of smart features to meet commercial needs.
Ricoh's new lineup of enterprise products includes jam-free laser printers, battery-powered multi-function printers, and interactive short throw projectors.
Inkjet, laser, LED, dye-sublimation - With the sheer number of printing technologies and products available today, it can be quite difficult for the average consumer to decide which is the one for them. For a start, let us explain some of the more common printer technologies out there.
Many of you have heard of portable printers and cloud printing, but have you come across a printer that can move on its own and print directly on top of an A4 paper? Well, there's one on Kickstarter right now.
Canon’s newly released inkjet printers cater to students, as well as the home and office environments.