Concept: Hanging Printer

We’ve all been in situations where the office printer takes up too much space on our desk, affecting the way we work, not to mention being an eyesore. Perhaps manufacturers should take a cue from designers out there and come up with something like this Hanging Printer concept design. As its name implies, the printer hangs on the edge of the desk, taking up only a little real estate and […]

Lexmark introduces Genesis upright printer

Lexmark has rolled out what could very well be the first upright printer in the world known as the Genesis. This all-in-one printer looks sleek on the outside, featuring an extremely small footprint which allows it to be displayed in just about any setting. Boasting a high-gloss black piano finish, it should attract a whole lot of fingerprints by curious onlookers. The Lexmark Genesis will also feature a 10-megapixel imaging […]

Xerox to Make It Possible to Print Your Own Book at a Coffee Shop

Xerox is bringing its Espresso Book Machine to create and print on-demand books to the market, which means that these book-making machines can show up potentially at bookstores, coffee shops, and perhaps your nearest FedEx Kinkos location nearest you. The Espresso Book Machine employs two Xerox copiers to create on-the-spot, on-demand printing of out of print books, books not available on a bookseller’s shelf, or just a custom-printed manuscript for […]

HP Introduces Its Envy 100 Web-connect Printer

HP has introduced a few new printers that feature the company’s ePrint technology, allowing users to print any document or picture from the web by using a unique email address assigned to it. The HP Envy 100 e-All-in-One is one such printer. A rather rare feature that this printer offers is mechanical retractable input and output trays, something like a giant CD tray on your desktop computer. With the trays […]


HP Android-Powered Photosmart eStation C510

Although HP has big plans for webOS on printers following its Palm acquisition, the company isn’t shy to show off an Android model of the integrated Zeus/Zeen Photosmart printer, which essentially is a printer with a dock for a tablet to provide ease of printing capabilities. The good news is that Android seems to be on-board on this model, providing more options and choices for users besides webOS and shows […]

Canon Launches Its SELPHY CP800 Compact Photo Printer

Aside from a bunch of new cameras, Canon has just released its latest compact photo printer, the SELPHY CP800, which is the successor to the CP780. An interesting feature of the new printer includes a shuffle function that will randomly select photos from the memory card and combine them into a single 4×6-inch image. The CP800 includes a new 2.5-inch tilting LCD display, and Canon is offering an optional battery […]

Canon Announces Its PIXMA MG8120 And MG6120 Wireless Printers

Canon has introduced the new PIXMA MG8120 and PIXMA MG6120 Wireless Photo All-In-One (AIO) printers that sport the company’s new Intelligent Touch System that sports backlit touch-sensitive buttons and a new light guidance system eliminating buttons when not in use. One of the more unique features of these printers is that it sports capacitive touch technology, similar to many high-end smartphones today, and in this case will apparently make navigation a […]

Epson WorkForce 320 and Epson WorkForce 325 all-in-one machines hit the market

All-in-one devices seem to be all the rage these days, and it is no surprise to see Epson expand the market with the introduction of two more all-in-one printer/copier/scanner/fax machines, the WorkForce 320 and WorkForce 325. They will both be entry-level devices, coming with a 30-page automatic document feeder that will increase efficiency. Apart from that, they will utilize Epson’s exclusive DURABrite Ultra all-pigment inks which have been touted to […]

Epson Artisan 835 and Artisan 725 all-in-one printers

All-in-one devices used to be a jack of all trades and master of none, but Epson clearly aims to deliver otherwise with their new Artisan 835 and Artisan 725 all-in-one printers. First of all, the flagship Artisan 835 will come with a 7.8″ smart touchscreen panel, a 3.5″ color LCD display, integrated fax capability, and a 30-page Automatic Document Feeder to quickly copy and fax documents. As for the Artisan […]

HP e-All-in-One D110a printer begins to ship

HP has begun to ship what could very well be a game changer in the world of printers – the e-All-in-One D110a. What makes this model so special from the rest? For starters, it is able to print documents that are sent straight to a specially assigned e-mail address, which means devices like the iPad can command the color inkjet to spew out a document without the need for native […]

HP teams up with Yahoo, brings targeted ads to printers

Just when you thought that something like the printer is spared from targeted ads, word of HP teaming up with Yahoo to bring said ads to HP’s web-connected printers have started to surface. It seems that these ads will only show up when you use HP’s “scheduled delivery” service in order to have portions of a newspaper or magazine printed every morning. Such printers will utilize IP sniffing to help […]

DIY Lego Printer mark of a fanboy

How do you know that you are head over heels in love with this toy called Lego? Well, when you’re fanatical enough to come up with a printer made out of Lego, of course! Taking hours to construct, this Lego printer churns out a solitary page after a full minute – definitely not something you would want to have at home when hard pressed to roll out a bunch of […]

HP could include webOS in printers of the future

After acquiring Palm, HP is quick to get off the mark by finding a way to utilize the webOS plaform, and according to HP CEO Mark Hurd, “We expect to leverage webOS in a number of form factors, including slates and Web-connected printers. We’ve got a whole series of Web-connected printers now and as they connect to the Web, they need an OS.” Hmmm, a webOS-powered printer makes some sense, […]

Apple iPad could get printing capability

Looks like the Apple iPad is onto something here – it could very well benefit from the ability to send information directly to a printer to get stuff printed out, without the need to transfer files over to an actual computer. Of course, this is all but a rumor at the moment since it is based on a supposed email reply from Steve Jobs to a consumer who asked about […]