Don't-Miss Laser printer Stories
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We talk with Marty Canning, Lexmark's printer czar, about how Lexmark will continue to support inkjet users--and how Lexmark's laser business is doing just fine, thank you.
Lexmark International has exited the inkjet printer business and is laying off 1,700 people as part of a restructuring plan to improve profitability.
Home and small business users are printing less while making wider use of the Web and offline print services.
A reader asks On Your Side for help after Serif representatives contradict a mail-in rebate offer's stated instructions. Plus: Konica Minolta recalls several printer models.
Printer produces 3D plastic output, available as an online service and marketplace or for individual purchase.
Microsoft was in the news a lot this week, with details about the Windows 8 app store revealed, a major update to the Xbox 360, and an Xbox Live app for iPhone and iPad. There was a major Nintendo 3DS update as well, but that's not as interesting as our discussion as HP's unique TopShot printer.
This funky-looking guitar was designed and built entirely using a 3D printer and open-source design software.
HP’s TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 uses a camera on a stick to scan 3D objects.
This new multi-function printer uses TopShot, a camera on an adjustable arm, to take multiple birds’-eye photos of 3D objects, combining them in a single image with shadows and contours.
Use a coupon code at OfficeMax and get $180 off the Brother MFC-9970CDW color laser multifunction printer.
Color lasers that cost $400 or less seem like a good bargain. Unfortunately, they often aren’t. Here’s why.