The Lexmark Z1300 isn't for everyone, but, for users who want to spend the bare minimum for occasional prints, it's quite a bargain.
Whether you want a high-quality printer, an all-in-one workhorse, a compact photo printer, or a simple single-function inkjet, we've got you covered.
The HP Photosmart 475 is a portable snapshot printer with sufficient useful features to distract from its ho-hum quality.
A quality choice for the home photo enthusiast, especially if computer-free and direct CD/DVD printing are requirements.
The world's foremost developer of ink jet printing technology has been accused of stealing proprietary technology by a newcomer.
HP announces a new line of low-cost, high-speed ink jet printers intended for business use.
Apple Computer announced a line of color inkjet printers to be offered this summer. The line includes a printer compatible with the Microsoft Windows platform. Apple also introduced the StyleWriter EtherTalk Adapter II, which lets Mac OS users share Apple color ink-jet printers on an EtherTalk network. Printer prices range from $230 to $480; the adapter will cost about $200.
Hewlett-Packard has replaced the DeskJet 400 printer with two new color ink jet printers, the DeskJet 670C and 672C. The newest DeskJets can print up to 4 pages per minute (ppm) for black text and up to 1.5 ppm for four-color graphics and images at 600-by-600 dots per inch. Pricing starts at under $200.
Lexmark will release a color ink jet printer designed for the use of small businesses. The printer, which includes companion business management software, a Lexmark photo cartridge, waterproof black ink, and a Web access offer, will cost $299.
Epson announced it has reduced the price of its Stylus Photo 780 ink-jet printer. The six-color printer will now sell for $129, down from $150.
Epson has unveiled a 13-inch wide-format ink-jet printer for the professional graphics market. The Stylus Pro 5500 is a six-color printer supporting resolution up to 2,880-by-720 dots per inch. Epson is positioning the Stylus 5500 as way of producing exhibit-quality prints in lieu of interim analog proofing. The printer, which supports all versions of Windows and Mac OS 8.51 or greater, sells for $3,495.