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Posted on May 23 2018 - 10:15am by Tayla Ansell
Comments Off on HP announces 22mm wide-swath printhead

HP Inc. is to launch a 22mm wide-swath printhead for high speed, high resolution marking needs, including 1D and 2D bar codes, enabling brands to benefit from large size codes and characters for advanced product identifcation, anti-counterfeiting, and track and trace. Manufactured by HP Specialty Printing Systems using HP Thermal Inkjet Technology, the new HP 22mm Printhead which will be commercially...

Posted on May 23 2018 - 10:10am by Tayla Ansell
Comments Off on Konica Minolta takes mono production to next level

A successor to the bizhub PRESS 1250e series, the new Konica Minolta AccurioPress 6136 series runs at 136 ppm A4 and 78 ppm A3. The affordable and cost-effective series consists of three models: AccurioPress 6136, AccurioPress 6136P and AccurioPress 6120. Each delivers greater productivity to enhance job capacity, reliability and flexibility enabling operations to expand their capabilities. Ines Wennemann,...

Posted on Apr 16 2018 - 12:15pm by Tayla Ansell
Comments Off on UTAX (UK) Ltd achieves ISO 9001 certification

UTAX (UK) Ltd, part of Europe’s largest Document Management company specialising in the sale of high-quality printing and copier systems has demonstrated its compliance to and been certified to the Quality Management System Standard – ISO 9001:2015 by BSI (British Standards Institution). The certification was presented by BSI following a stringent auditing process. BSI Group is the business standards...

Posted on Apr 9 2018 - 11:15am by Editorial Content
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A resurgent Sharp is positioning itself as a one-stop-shop for the smart office. James Goulding reports Sharp’s new slogan, Be Original, might be an ironic choice for a copier company. Not that Sharp would see itself in such terms. In fact, even its Business Solutions Group, which derives 90% of its revenue from MFPs, could hardly be described as a copier business. Today, MFPs are just one component,...

Posted on Apr 8 2018 - 11:15am by Editorial Content
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DSales has added two high speed A3 devices to its range of Develop MFPs. Bridging the gap between office and production printing, the Develop ineo+ 659 and 759 (SRA3) have A4 colour print speeds of 65 pages per minute and the option of a Fiery controller and multiple finishing modules for demanding corporate print room applications. A single-pass, dual-scan document feeder offers high-speed scanning...

Posted on Apr 7 2018 - 11:15am by Editorial Content
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In response to growing demand for high speed, productive business inkjet printers and MFPs, re-manufactured print consumables specialist ARMOR Office Printing has launched the OWA Business Inkjet range. The range includes 60 100% re-manufactured products, offering an average saving of 30% compared to OEM brands, plus associated services including cartridge collection and technical support. www.armor-owa.com ...

Posted on Apr 6 2018 - 11:15am by Editorial Content
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Samsung Flip is an interactive, digital alternative to traditional flipcharts. Unveiled at CES 2018, it enables up to four people to introduce content or annotate directly on-screen using a finger or special pen. With a range of connectivity options, including wireless, USB, PC and mobile ports, and an integrated screen-sharing capability, users can share content from connected PCs, smartphones and...

Posted on Apr 5 2018 - 11:15am by Editorial Content
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Users of Windows tablets and 2-in-1 devices can be more productive and more creative with Adonit’s new Windows exclusive stylus. Featuring a 1mm, pressure-sensitive tip that lets users change line width by pressing harder or softer and a palm rejection feature that eliminates unwanted marks, the Adonit INK is perfect for applications that require a high degree of accuracy and control, from handwritten...

Posted on Apr 4 2018 - 11:15am by Editorial Content
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Star Micronics has launched what it claims is the world’s first Apple AirPrint-certified receipt and ticket printer. The Star TSP654II AirPrint enables users of Apple smartphones, tablets and Macbooks to print wirelessly without having to install specific printer drivers. The 80 and 58mm printer has a 300mm/second print speed, 203 dpi print output and a compact footprint. It is available in a black...

Posted on Apr 2 2018 - 11:15am by Editorial Content
Comments Off on Blockbuster or slow burn?

Blockchain is the technology everyone is talking about. But what is it exactly and why should businesses take note? Erik Johnsson, chief architect at Epicor Software, explains the basics Most people associate blockchain with crypto currencies such as Bitcoin – it is what many are built on. However, blockchain is now being billed as a technology that will improve visibility, productivity and security...