Epson's Replaceable Ink Pack System 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.
Designed for businesses, Canon's new Maxify printer series looks to combine the best features of its Pixma and Imageclass series. The MB5370 that we've here is a 4-in-1 device, and prints up to 23ipm in black-and-white and 15ipm in color. Find out more in our review.
A multi-function device (print, copy, scan), the L850 is capable of borderless photo prints, and has a 6-color ink tank system that Epson says is able to print up to 1,800 4R photos.
HP has just announced three new Envy printers for the home user, the Envy 7640, 5640 and 5530. The flagship model comes with the new Wi-Fi Direct feature and NFC, while all printers feature HP print apps. Curious to find out more? Hit the link then.
Brother International Singapore has announced its latest round of printers, which include a multi-function inkjet printer as well as new monochrome and color laser printers.
Brother has introduced a new range of inkjet MFCs (Multi-Function Centres) for home users, SOHOs, and SMBs. The flagship model, MFC-J870DW, comes incorporated with an NFC feature which allows users to print or scan with a simple tap of select Android smartphones on the MFC.
Today, HP announced new business products to help employees stay connected in more places, as well as the company's first first inkjet devices.
Inkjet, laser, LED, dye-sub - with the sheer number of printing technologies and products available today, it can be quite difficult for the layman to decide which is the one for him. For a start, let us explain some of the more common printer technologies out there.
Equipped with LAN and Wi-Fi connectivity capabilities, the Canon Pixma iX6870 comes with the flexibility of high-capacity cartridge, and employs a 5-color individual ink cartridge system with Photo Black ink that improves color contrast performance.
Canon has introduced the new Pixma iP8770, which incorporates an additional Grey ink to the standard CMYK and Photo Black ink set, making stable neutral gray tones with reduced color shifts in color and monochrome printing possible, and reducing graininess in lighter areas of images.