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Epson unveils new Artisan all in one printers

Shane McGlaun | Thu, Aug 5 2010 2:02 PM CDT
Epson is well known in the printer world and makes some of the nicer printers. Epson also is well known for making some of the more expensive ink cartridges you can buy as well.

Epson unveils new Artisan all in one printers | TweakTown.com


Epson has announced a new all in one printer series called the Artisan that includes the Artisan 835 and 725. The printers are similar and both have 802.11n wireless networking and can print, scan, and copy. The 835 also has a fax modem .


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HP set to launch printers with email addresses

Shane McGlaun | Mon, Jun 7 2010 10:04 AM CDT
The first time I heard that HP was looking to put webOS into printers I thought the feature would be of little value. The New York Times has a report today on a new feature in printers, some of which will likely use webOS, that is very interesting.

HP set to launch printers with email addresses | TweakTown.com


HP is set to launch a new line of printers this month for consumers, with business printers coming later, that have their own email addresses. A web-connected printer with its own email address opens a whole new world for users of portable devices like the iPhone and iPad.


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WebOS headed to internet capable printers

Shane McGlaun | Wed, May 19 2010 1:06 PM CDT
HP recently purchased Palm and got its hands on the only good thing Palm had left - WebOS. Most of us figured that WebOS would turn up on tablet computers and maybe HP smartphones, but the OS is also coming to some devices you might not have considered.

WebOS headed to internet capable printers | TweakTown.com


One of the devices I didn't think about seeing WebOS on are printers. HP has said that WebOS will be coming to web-connected printers. The OS will be used on printers that let users do things like print tickets directly from Fandango or pictures from Snapfish.

I really don't see this sort of printer taking off. Most of us will be very close to our computers when we are using a printer and it is easier to find the information on your computer than on a printer's small screen.

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