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Archive for March, 2008

Samsung is turning on the style with colour laser printers and AiOs, also pushing further into corporate hard copy

Friday, March 7th, 2008 - Posted in Hardware, New Products, Strategy | No Comments »

Issue #0808/1 – Following on from the launch of its stylish gloss black, mono laser printer and AiO products in the Autumn of 2007 (ML-1630 and SCX-4500), Samsung has announced a range of new products, including new colour laser printer and AiO family at CeBIT 2008 (CLP-310 and CLX-3170 series), that continues the theme of miniaturising colour laser printing while introducing the choice of black styling to fit any environment on certain product lines. Cost comparisons cannot be made at this time, so we review the new products briefly on the basis of technology and capability.

Hewlett-Packard announces wide-ranging new printer/AiO products

Friday, March 7th, 2008 - Posted in Hardware, New Products | No Comments »

Issue #0808/2 – Coinciding with the massive CeBIT IT trade show in Germany this week, Hewlett-Packard in the US has announced a range of new products targeted at small businesses and fulfilling the need for small businesses to produce marketing collateral in-house while tightening control over their hard copy functions. Solutions include inkjet All-in-One devices, mono laser multifunction devices and LaserJet printers – Officejet Pro L7590; Officejet J6400; Officejet J4580; Officejet J3600; LaserJet M1319f MFP; LaserJet M1522 MFP; Colour LaserJet CP1515n and CP1518ni; Colour LaserJet CM1312 MFP; and Colour LaserJet CP1215.

Staples works with Hewlett-Packard to enable easy printer hardware recycling

Friday, March 7th, 2008 - Posted in Environmental, News, Strategy | No Comments »

Issue #0808/3 – Both Staples and Hewlett-Packard gain from a joint recycling programme in the US because customers thinking of changing their old printer for a new, faster, more productive model that is (perhaps) less costly to run, will be drawn into Staples stores by the promise of $50 of their new printer – as long as it is a Hewlett-Packard printer and costs more than $159.