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(News) As printer prices decline, consumers will continue to pay for supplies like cartridges and services like digital photo prints, which will ultimately generate larger revenues than units shipped, a Hewlett-Packard executive said on Monday.
(How To) Because printer manufacturers make their money on consumables like ink or toner refills as much as on the printer itself, they are eager to move old models before consumers perceive them as being obsolete.
(News) Here's a tip: if you steal a printer used to print driver's licenses, don't call the manufacturer asking for driver software.
(News) Hewlett-Packard Co. introduced its revamped print strategy on Tuesday in an effort to bolster the company's lucrative printing business by giving users creative tools and Web-linked capabilities.
(News) Most used printer cartridges are thrown away with less than half re-used or even recycled, according to a new report from InfoTrends.
(How To) How to Buy a Printer
(News) Adobe will release a new print driver in July that enables users of mainstream applications such as Microsoft's Office on Windows Vista to output to PostScript printers at a higher-quality than they can currently, according to the company.
(How To) Should you make room in your carry-on for this printer?
(News) Printer manufacturers are expected to pour research and development budgets into improving color printing technology in 2007 as print shops buy digital document handling software to use that color to create more personalized documents.
(News) Xerox Corp. is making a major bid to win office and print-shop business, on Tuesday launching 15 new and upgraded digital printing products and surpassing, in little more than a quarter of 2007, the number of printers it introduced in all of last year.
(News) Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) has built its Edgeline print head into two new departmental printers designed for print volumes up to 50,000 pages a month. The printers offer the speed of laser printing with the color quality and reliability of ink.
(How To) These tips can improve your prints and save you a bundle.
(How To) Increase the efficiency of your printer and extend the page life of your ink cartridges with these sensible strategies.
(How To) How to Buy a Printer
(news) Get the Most From Your New Printer Info Center
(howto) Guide to PC World's Top Printer Tips and Tricks
(news) Dell Launches New Printers to Challenge HP
(news) HP Crafts Universal Printer Driver
(news) The Search for Cheaper Ink
(reviews) Multifunction Laser Printers Get Color
(news) Xerox Cuts Prices on Printers, Copiers
(howto) The Paper Chase: Pick the Perfect Paper for Your Printer
(news) Seiko Epson Sues Printer Cartridge Makers
(reviews) Should You Buy a Multifunction Printer for Photos?
(reviews) Canon Multifunction Is in a Class by Itself
(reviews) First Look: Primera Labels Discs With Style
(news) HP Unveils an Array of Printing Products
(reviews) Offering impressive all-purpose printing and exceptional photos, Canon's i455 Desktop Photo Printer is a real bargain. Nevertheless, its sibling, the i860, earned our Editor's Pick on the strength of faster print speeds and lower ink costs.
(reviews) The print speeds of both inkjet and laser MFPs impressed us, but copy and scan speeds--as well as output quality--were mixed.
(reviews) Canon's i80 Color Bubble Jet produces high-quality output.
(reviews) Versatile, speedy performer prints nicely, but scan quality suffers somewhat.
(reviews) Most ink jet multifunction printers we've tested performed well overall but didn't excel at every function or handle them all at a quick pace.
(reviews) Living up to multifunction devices' promise, Lexmark's X6170 faxes, copies, and scans well, all for a reasonable price.
(reviews) The HP PSC 2175 is a good photo printer that moonlights as a multifunction device.
(news) You've got lots to print--photos, documents, color flyers--does that mean you need multiple printers? Not necessarily.
(news) First look at workgroup printers differing in pricing, options.
(reviews) Ink jets print great photos, and lasers excel at text. But you can't get both in one printer, so you'll have to compromise.
(reviews) Xerox Phaser 8200N prints graphics quickly.
(howto) Imaginary printers, supercheap refills, check printing, and Bruce Lee.
(howto) Use draft mode, speed up your printing, pack more onto a page, and play miniature golf.
(reviews) IBM's latest low-cost printer offers a speed advantage but not much else over the competition.
(howto) Saving money on your printing chores may be easier than you think.
(reviews) Epson's inexpensive 785EPX prints gorgeous photos, but doesn't offer much on text quality.
(reviews) Lexmark's T522dn laser printer offers high-octane performance and plenty of room for expansion, but you pay handily for the privilege.
(news) Printers, scanners start below $100, and multifunction devices debut this fall.
(howto) Stuff to buy, tricks for better performance, and a downloadable utility.
(reviews) Hewlett-Packard's Business InkJet 2250TN is no speed demon.
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