This afternoon, five major printer companies - Brother, Canon, Dell, Epson and Lexmark; with support of National Library Board and National Environment Agency, jointly announced the launch of Project Homecoming, Singapore's first joint brand ink and toner cartridge recycling initiative.
Berg Little Printer doesn't produce a whole lot of photographic prints in a minute, but it can bring concise news to you by your bedside, along with some social gossips, if you want. Check out how this small box can pack a big surprise.
Brother International Singapore has recently launched four new colour inkjet MFCs – DCPJ725DW, MFC-J430W, MFC-J625DW and MFC-J825DW – that are designed with compact form factor, have great functionalities, as well as cost effective.
Lexmark has introduced two new colour laser multifunction printers (MFPs) targeted at the rapidly growing SMEs and mid-sized workgroup segment. The company says the Lexmark X548de and X548dte colour laser MFPs delivers various high performance capabilities and advanced security features representative of more costly devices in the market, but with a smaller footprint and at
Epson this week launched the world's smallest all-in-one inkjet printer that offers outstanding business value through higher performance and lower running costs. The company says that the ME Office 535 (Nicknamed the "small-in-one") has been specifically designed to help conserve valuable space with its ultra-compact and attractive chassis, a feature that should be welcomed by
Hewlett Packard (HP) has launched a new series of lifestyle connected printers that the company promises will enhance and redefine users' home printing experience. They are the stylish HP Envy 110 e-All-in-One printer and the HP Photosmart family of e-All-in-One printers for consumers.
Canon Singapore had a massive product launch for the second half of 2011 today, with 23 imaging products ranging from printers to projectors and digital cameras. And no, the company did not reveal any Canon mirrorless camera, despite Nikon unveiling theirs last week.
HP has introduced their new line-up of e-All-in-One printers which consist of the ENVY110, Photosmart 7510, Photosmart 5510 and Photosmart 6510, allowing users to print their documents from virtually anywhere with HP ePrint technology. The e-All-in-One printers will be available in the coming months
Epson has released the new version of their iPrint app which allows Android smartphone and tablet users to conveniently print their documents, web pages and images to selected Epson inkjet printers with just a few touch. Free to download, the new application supports online cloud services like Box.net, Dropbox and Evernote.
Epson has announced the availability of five new high-performance LED printers which have been reportedly designed to cater to both home and small business users. According to Epson, the new LED printers, which are known as the AcuLaser M1400, MX14, MX14NF, C1700 and CX17NF, will be replacing the company's entry-level laser printer lineup.
Need a new inkjet photo printer? Well, you might want to consider what Canon has got offer its customers, especially now that the company has updated its inkjet printer lineup with two new PIXMA printers. Known as the PIXMA MG5320 and PIXMA iP4920, both printers have been claimed to come bundled with certain features such
Remember the short story we published last week about Samsung releasing a bunch of new laser printers for sale in its domestic Korean market? Well, it turns out that the Korean electronics giant has got even more of such devices up its sleeves for its customers, and it comes in the form of five new
Would you like to get your hands on a mobile printer that has reportedly been designed by the pop star Lady Gaga herself? Well, if you do, your best bet will be to ask a Japanese friend to assist you in purchasing and shipping the unit over from the Land of the Rising Sun, as
Think that desktop PCs, notebooks, tablets and smartphones are the only devices which OEMs are willing to bless with hardware upgrades in order to ensure that they are capable of meeting consumers' ever-changing demands? Apparently, as far as Samsung is concerned, printers are also fair game for such upgrades, and leave it to the Korean
How fast can your typical inkjet printer churn out colour prints on A4-sized paper? 5ppm? Or maybe even up to 25ppm at lower resolutions? Well, leave it to LG to produce a world's first with the launch of its new Machjet colour inkjet printer, which boasts the ability to deliver high-resolution, full-color A4-sized prints at
Sure, most people do not exactly relish the idea of having a 'big brother' watching their every move and waiting to pounce on the slightest sign of discontent, but rest assured that not all 'brothers' are like that. In fact, we can think of at least one other 'brother' who seemingly has the interest of
VR-Zone was one of the regional media who was invited by Epson for a press trip this week to their headquarters in Nagano Prefecture, in Japan. This year is the 20th anniversary of Micro Piezo technology and the company also announced two new photo printers based on the new Thin Film Piezo (TFP) print head technology.
Yesterday, Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific has unveiled their new Self-scanning Light-Emitting Diode (SLED) printers targeting at home and SMB users. In addition, the company also launched the first-ever pink laser printer. and introduced new after-sales initiatives.
We may love to pull the old ‘My-printer-ran-out-of-ink’ line as a convenient bluff to delay a deadline, but it seems the this excuse’s days are numbered with the rapid advancement of inkjet technology. And with Epson announcing six new inkjet printers which boast much greater efficiency and productivity in a launch event held on 12
Dell may be an established brand when it comes to notebooks, desktop PCs and computer monitors, but did you know that it also has its own line of printers? Earlier today, the company launched three new colour LED printers at their local office at Haw Par Centre. VR-Zone brings you the coverage.