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Canon PIXMA MP810

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Thursday 24th, August 2006

The Canon PIXMA MP810 All-In-One printer gives consumers high quality photos, fast scanning and copying in a package that is easy-to-use. With the new Easy-Scroll Wheel interface found on the Canon MP810, consumers can control device functions quickly and simply. In addition, the bright, high-definition TFT LCD screens allow consumers to view and edit photos directly from the all-in-one. “The Canon PIXMA MP810's stylish design and innovative interface makes these new multi-function devices an attractive addition to any home, that any member of the family can easily use,” said Yukiaki Hashimoto, senior vice president and general manager of the consumer imaging group at Canon USA, Inc.

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Brother color inkjet All-in-Ones

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Monday 17th, July 2006

Brother International continues with its' reputation for providing market challenging, feature rich multi-function products by introducing a new line of low-profile color inkjet Multi-function Center (MFC) products - the MFC-240c ($99.99), MFC-440cn ($149.99), and MFC-665cw ($199.99). Each model keenly addresses the most dominant and evolving consumer requirements for more value added products. These three Brother products replace the current popular low-profile, flatbed MFC-210c, MFC-420cn and MFC-640cw models respectively. The new models will be available through all Brother sales channels beginning with the MFC-240c in late July, the MFC-440cn in mid September and the MFC-665cw in late-September.

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HP Deskjet F380 All-in-One

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Wednesday 31st, May 2006

HP today unveiled a new all-in-one device that provides home office professionals and microbusinesses with affordable and simple-to-set-up-and-use solutions to maximize productivity for all document and photo printing needs. With a contemporary, compact design, the reliable HP Deskjet F380 All-in-One is ideal for small business and home users who want to efficiently print everything from laser-quality black text for everyday documents to vibrant color photos and creative projects. For users who need to print, scan, copy and make photo reprints, the HP Deskjet F380 All-in-One offers all of these functions at an affordable price. The Deskjet F380 printer will be available in June 2006, at a MSRP of US $79.

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The market for printers faces a lot of competition. For those consumers who love to printer there are several print solutions available. The home and small office printers are popular but expensive in printing bulks of prints. Online print services and print kiosks in and outside retail channels offer also a perfect solution to get a print instantly or days later by mail. The print prices for online printing are very low and the ease-of-use of the - free - editing, photo book, and print software makes is very accessible for the average consumer. The Photokina show in Germany will showcase the latest developments in printers and print services. We will not forget about the large format printers, but also report on the compact home printers for 4-6” prints. Today’s amateur photographer with a cell phone, compact camera or DSLR / system camera, will not automatically print, but he will store the picture and share it via other channels with friends and family. Will the Photokina 2010 show learn us about new print solutions?