The Panasonic KX-MB1530CX laser monochrome printer comes with an automatic document feeder, which is a rarity for a compact printer. However, will its small size compromise its abilities? We find out.
Fuji Xerox today introduced five new monochrome printers that target home/SOHO and SMB users. They consist of three single function printers, and two multifunction devices. Print speeds range from 30 to 35ppm, and prices start from as low as S$199. Here's a quick breakdown of the differences between the models.
Brother International Singapore today announced 11 additions to its laser printer, laser fax device, and document scanner lineups. The new printers and multifunction devices target business and heavy fax users, while two of the new scanners target those who need to scan documents while on the move.
Aimed at SOHOs and SMBs, the compact monochrome laser printer comes loaded with the Canon Multifunctional Embedded Application Platform (MEAP) which integrates seamlessly with Canon's uniFLOW print management system, enabling a high level of flexibility, cost control, and accountability.
Need a robust office printer that prints fast? If you don't need to print in color, the 40ppm Oki MB491 might just be the answer. Here's our take on this S$599 multifunction device.
Lexmark launches the Lexmark X740 Series of MFPs and C740 Series of color laser printers, which integrate advanced security to help protect valuable corporate data.
HP's TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 is a color laser multifunction printer that handles its scanning function very differently from other MFPs out there; it literally employs a digital camera to capture the items. This makes it useful for 'scanning' 3D objects too. So is it any good? Let's find out.
Fuji Xerox launches PagePack, an MPS (Managed Print Services) package for SMEs (Small-Medium Enterprises) through its channel partners for Singapore.
Epson today launched two enterprise A3 laser printers along with two workforce business inkjets, all designed for business users.
Samsung today unveiled a few of their key computing products poised to reach Singapore's shores in February. Besides the usual printers and monitors, we were also introduced to the Samsung Series 5 notebooks, also known as Samsung's first official Ultrabook.