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Get a Canon wide-format printer for $99 shipped

That's your post-rebate price, but it's still an incredible deal on this amazing photo printer -- which normally costs $399!

By October 15, 2013


Get an HP wide-format color printer for $99.99

Able to produce borderless pages as large as 13x19 inches, the Officejet 7000 normally sells for $200. An instant rebate and coupon code cut the price in half.

By March 24, 2011


Get a $750 Canon camera and printer bundle for $249

From the Cheapskate: This amazing deal includes the PowerShot G16 and Pixma Pro-100 wide-format printer. Just one small catch.

By December 4, 2015


Epson Artisan 1430 prints your Bieber posters (almost) true to size

Invest in the new Epson Artisan 1430 wide-format photo printer and you can print a personalized poster to bring to the next sighting.

By January 9, 2012


HP OfficeJet Pro K850

The HP Officejet Pro K850 fits a small and very specific niche: offices that need low volumes of high-quality prints--including wide-format prints. Otherwise, it's too expensive for a general-purpose single-function printer.

By July 16, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating July 16, 2007

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Epson releases new printer for graphics pros

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.

February 12, 2001


Short Take: Encad issues profit warning

Encad, a wide-format inkjet printer and CAD plotter maker, warned of lower-than-expected revenues and a third-quarter loss. Encad said it expects to report a loss of about $3.9 million on revenue of about $24 million for the quarter ended September 30. The company attributed the anticipated loss to weak sales of its Digital Textile Printing system, lower worldwide sales, and cyan color ink supplier problems. Encad's stock was hit hard after the announcement, as shares lost more than half their value in one day.

October 9, 1998


Sharp launches wide-screen notebooks

Sharp introduced a series of 4.5-pound notebook PCs that use a new wide-format LCD, heralding a generation of mainstream notebooks which sport screens with desktop-class viewing areas.

By September 17, 1996


Short: Sharp to unveil its LCD

Sharp Electronics will unveil an ultra-compact notebook PC featuring the industry's first wide-format LCD screen next Tuesday. This "industry-first" notebook can display simultaneous, side-by-side Web pages.

By September 12, 1996