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Epson unveils new Expression XP-400 Small-in-One printer

Epson unveils new Expression XP-400 Small-in-One printer

I never have problems finding a place to put my computer screen or the tower that stands beside my desk in an office or room. It always seems like the computer accessory I have a problem placing is my printer. The reason is that the printer so big and bulky. Epson has unveiled a new printer that is compact and should be much easier to find a spot for on or near your desk.

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HP Officejet 150 Mobile All-in-One printer hands-on

HP Officejet 150 Mobile All-in-One printer hands-on

This week we've gotten our hands on the next-generation HP mobile all-in-one printer by the name of Officejet 150. This machine is made for mobile professionals and is able to print, scan, and copy. The reason you'll want to pick this machine up is the fact that it's so incredibly compact and works with full-sized 8.5 x 11 inch paper as well as a rechargeable lithium ion battery. You've for Bluetooth connectivity built-in as well as the ability to connect to what HP mentions are "select" mobile devices including Windows Mobile and Blackberry smartphones.

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HP unveils new office and consumer all-in-one printers

HP unveils new office and consumer all-in-one printers

HP's taken the wraps off of a handful of new printers for the latter half of 2012, in a variety of price ranges, sizes and configurations. This represents a pretty comprehensive refresh of HP's huge printer line,and new models should start showing up on HP's website and retail partners this summer. The focus is on easy operation, as all the new models feature color touchscreens.

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Dead Trees and PCs: HP’s Innovation Challenge

Dead Trees and PCs: HP’s Innovation Challenge

It's tough to be too enthusiastic about HP's plan to merge its printer and computing groups into a single unit. Former EVP of the PSG group Todd Bradley will lead the freshly-minted Printing and Personal Systems Group, as HP attempts to cut costs and "drive innovation" of its product range. Yet HP's track record in creating exciting, distinctive devices is hardly glowing, and there are some serious pitfalls ahead that could easily derail the new strategy.

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HP reorganizes by cramming printers into computer arm

HP reorganizes by cramming printers into computer arm

HP announced today that it was reorganizing to improve performance and drive profits across its entire portfolio. The reorganization is taking its Imaging and Printing Group along with the Personal Systems Group and merging them into a new group called Printing and Personal Systems Group. With the merging of the two groups, the former leader of the Imaging and Printing Group, Vyomesh Joshi, is retiring.

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3D printer promises super-fast nanoscale implantables

3D printer promises super-fast nanoscale implantables

3D printing has been tipped as the next frontier of piracy, but it could also be the next frontier of high-speed nanoscale construction if research at the Vienna University of Technology pans out. A team there has produced a 285 micrometer long 3D printed F1 car model using a system called "two-photo lithography", hardening liquid resin using a precisely focused laser. The scale, although impressive, isn't the real advance however, it's the speed at which the model was created: just four minutes, orders of magnitude faster than previous printers.

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3D printing may explode at rate incomparable to its 2D predecessor

3D printing may explode at rate incomparable to its 2D predecessor

If 3D printing advances as fast as 2D printing advanced, we'll be working with our own Replicators from Star Trek by the year 2080. It took just 40 years for the original printing press to turn over from the single Gutenberg press to get to a mass production scale across Europe, and much, much less time for computers to advance from massive machines to teeny-tiny chips. With advances like home-bound do it yourself printers and the fact that pirate sites across the web are now sharing model files so that you might print your own objects at home without effort, we've not got much time at all before advances are made to the tune of Earl Gray, Hot.

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