It can also print and make copies -- if you decide to add ink, that is. Plus: an amazing mobile-charger deal!
Not every truck is a dusty workhorse with a flatbed (not that there's anything wrong with that).
An old HP scanner and a snare drum get all pa-ra-pum-pum-pum for the holidays.
A budget-conscious office or family could buy this inexpensive multifunction for its good faxing and scanning but only if they can tolerate its slow, subpar printing.
Canon updates its CanoScan photo line with a resolution boost and some power-consumption tweaks.
It's new, not a refurb, but there is a rebate involved. While you're waiting, you can get moving on that paperless office you've wanted, archive old photos, and so on.
New software from HP Labs can determine a photographic defect, and artificially correct it.
A crease can ruin an often-irreplaceable printed photograph. But new research from HP Labs points towards a future where this is much less of a problem
It's a flatbed, but it's also a smokin' deal on a printer, scanner, copier, and fax machine. Best of all, ink is cheap, especially if you go third-party.
With the Bistro Flatbed Toaster, you can toast just about anything, no matter whether it fits in a normal toaster.