A marquee feature on the WF-5621 is PrecisionCore, Epson's latest printhead technology. PrecisionCore first appeared in Epson's commercial systems, but is now being brought to desktop inkjet printers. We tell you if it's any good.
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Dell has announced a range of new multi-function printers that come with Dell Document Hub, a cloud-based utility that allows users to easily print and share files from multiple cloud storage services.
One of seven newly announced models, the CX860 is said to offer the highest toner capacity, largest input capacity, and most flexible media support of any A4 color laser MFPs in the market today.
According to Epson, the P407 combines pigment inks with a MicroPiezo printhead to deliver "unprecedented print quality and creative photographic output".
The secret sauce to these printers' laser-like duty cycle and speed claims? Epson's new PrecisionCore printing technology.
It has a 3.5-inch touchscreen color LCD panel, and prints at a speed of 10ipm for color and 15ipm for black and white.
The new Canon Pixma Ink Efficient G series printers are designed to offer high volume printing at extremely low running costs. How low? About S$0.002 per page for black.
Brother’s latest inkjet multi-function printers are designed to connect seamlessly with smart devices and cloud services
AirPrint and Mopria-certified, along with support for wireless networking and automatic two-sided printing, these new smart devices-friendly printers are also affordably priced between S$208 and S$288.