Buying a printer can be difficult, we know that. What's important is buying the right printer for your needs, and that requires a lot of thinking. What projects are you using it for? How often are you using it? Can you afford it? Can you afford the ink? One of those questions is left as an afterthought for most people, but in your printer's lifetime, it can be the most important question you ask.
Every organization has a set of individual tools, specific to the goals and services that must be met. The "tools of the trade" for the workplace are numerous--and, depending on the type of company, two groups working only feet apart may need entirely different tools. However, all companies can agree on the need for imaging technology, since so much communication and business takes place on paper. Printers, copiers, multifunction devices, scanners --the list goes on.
If you're reading this, you're probably trying to figure out whether your company should purchase copiers and printers outright or lease them from a business equipment provider.
Canon's newest update to their Pixma range brings some major upgrades to the line, including Amazon Alexa compatibility, seamless wireless connectivity, and high quality photo printing with six individual inks. Capable of printing at speeds of 15 pages per minute (B+W), and 10 pages per minute (color).
Ricoh's commitment to innovation continues with their recent introduction of wide format latex printers. Offering two models, the L5130 and L5160 respectively, these new Ricoh printers maintain the high quality printing capabilities you'd expect from Ricoh, while delivering faster and better applications than the competition.
For the third year in a row, Canon is the winner of the Keypoint Intelligence - Buyers Lab (BLI) Copier MFP Line of the Year. BLI, the world’s leading authority on document imaging devices and software solutions, presents its most coveted Line of the Year honor once annually to the vendor whose product line is determined to be the best overall, with models at every level that excel in BLI’s rigorous laboratory evaluations.
The versatile, award-winning Sharp 40" PN-L401C AQUOS BOARD interactive display system can enhance your space in so many ways. Need some inspriation? Here are some examples.
All print devices form part of a huge patchwork of machines that make up the so-called ‘Internet of Things’. Every one of them – from Fitbits to iPhones and even connected light bulbs and smart energy meters – is potentially susceptible to cyber-attack.
Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), is excited to announce its first-generation 8K Ultra HD 70" Class (69.5" diagonal) LCD monitor, the 8M-B70AU.