Saturday, December 5, 2009

Wireless Printers Latest News

Wireless Printers Latest News 

The Printer

The world of wireless printing for the office environment or home application is for sure taking hold. The days of installing cables, routers and other devices to ensure connectivity to a central printer are numbered, as more and more developers place their wireless printers in the market. In this post we have picked some of the latest innovation news on wireless printers

HP launches wireless, touch-screen printers
By    siliconindia news bureau
Thursday,19 November 2009, 22:29 hrs

New Delhi: Hewlett Packard (HP) unveiled its range of touch-screen and wireless printers 'HP Touchsmart series' priced at Rs. 6,000 onwards. "We think touch screen will become a common feature across printers going forward," said Ravi Aggarwal, President, Imaging and Printing Group (IPG), HP India.

The new line-up of HP Photosmart touch-enabled printers have been designed exclusively for the urban trend-setters - including children, youth, and professionals working out of home - who are looking for easy user- interface and good design. The range includes HP Photosmart Premium C309G All-in-One (AIO), HP Photosmart Plus B209A AIO, HP Photosmart C4688 AIO and HP Photosmart C4788 AIO printers. Read more .....

HP Officejet Pro 8500 Wireless All-In-One Printer Video

Dell wireless printers
Ilse Jurriƫn : November 27th 2009 - 16:25 CET
Dell wireless inkjet printers : Dell announce 6 new inkjet printers to help individuals and small businesses do a lot on tighter budgets. These new additions to the Dell family of inkjet printers sport a fresh design and include a valuable energy saving Eco-mode. Select models include new features like optional color trim choices, two sided printing, and a touch screen display. Regardless of the printing need, Dell has an inkjet that will deliver, from everyday family printing needs, to high quality photo printing, to withstanding the rigorous requirements of a small office. Most models include built in wireless connectivity so the printer can be placed where it’s convenient versus where the connecting cable ends.

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