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    HP’s Latest Printer is Crazy Cheap at Just $50

    Printers are a tough sell in 2017. Receipts and tickets can now be called up on a mobile app, turn-by-turn navigation is universal for anyone with a mobile device, and now that we have digital picture frames, I’m not sure how many people are still printing photos. So, why get one? Simple — that one professor […]

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    Xerox Printers Will Translate A Document Just By Hitting the Print Button

    With trade barriers on their way out (for better or worse), making a business competitive globally is no longer advantageous — it’s necessary. And until we have Matrix-like machines to upload foreign languages directly into our brains, that’s going to mean that eventually, you’re going to have to communicate with someone who speaks a language […]

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    EcoTank Printers Will Last for Two Years on a Single Ink Cartridge

    Epson’s announcement today is going to be big news for anyone who still uses their printer a lot. To that effect, their new EcoTank line of printers are aiming to do away with the hassle and cost of replacing ink cartridges thanks to new ink tanks that can hold up to two years’ worth of […]

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    Doxie Go Plus and Doxie Go Wi-Fi Make Mobile Scanning Better Than Ever

    Doxie has been spearheading the mobile scanning movement with the Doxie Go, Doxie One and Doxie Flip, portable, battery-powered scanners that make things easier on poor students and receipt hoarders alike. Today, Doxie announced improved versions of their Doxie Go—the Doxie Go Plus and the Doxie Go Wi-Fi. Both models will feature three times the […]

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    Epson Announces Ridiculously Small WorkForce WF-100 Portable Printer

    How small does a printer have to be, to actually be called portable? In this case, about as small as a printer can possibly be while still printing on a standard-sized sheet of paper. The Epson WorkForce WF-100 lives up to the portable moniker without sacrificing the wireless features that have become standard on printers, […]

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    3D Printed Tracheas Could Be Coming to Hospitals Soon

    For a second, let’s throw consumer tech aside, because by far the most exciting technological development to hit the big time this decade has to be 3D printing. We’ve seen plenty of practical medical uses for the new technology, which uses massive (or sometimes not-so-massive) industrial printers to create objects from solid materials using an […]

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    Doxie Flip Makes Dull Scanners Exciting Again

    The trouble with scanners is that sometimes, it’s a pain to get what you need scanned to the device itself. Doxie has flipped that problem on its head, bringing its new scanner, Doxie Flip, to the material itself. Doxie Flip is roughly the size of a paperback book, and is battery-powered with an SD card […]

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    New Evernote Market Sells Scanners and Socks?!

    Apparently not content to just let you organize your notes, Evernote has begun to hustle, picking up extra money on the side by selling all kinds of products. Hybrid scanner-organizer? Sure. Stylus? They have those. Wallets? Socks? Yup. With their new Evernote Market, Evernote is trying to become purveyor of all things office. All of […]

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    NeatConnect Takes Your Receipts to the Cloud

    In the habit of saving all of your receipts and old bills so you can get that rush of satisfaction when, two years from now, you’ll need your electricity bill from July 2006, and you’ll totally still have it? Well, the good news is that your habits no longer require an entire room devoted to […]

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    Open Your Own T-Shirt Store with Epson’s SureColor F2000 Printer

    There’s a somewhat new development that’s been going on in the fashion industry called direct-to-garment printing. It’s making putting prints and designs on apparel incredibly easy – by printing them on with a souped-up inkjet printer, much like you would put paper to ink. Well, your next novelty tee purchase (or the one after that, […]

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    Can’t Make it to Paris? Doodle a 3D Eiffel Tower Instead

    The 3Doodler is the first 3D printing pen which lets you design complex creations or just doodles. The $99 pen works by taking a single colored piece of plastic and feeding it through the pen at the top. Then you touch a piece of paper or circle the air, and the now-melted plastic comes out […]

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    Brother Business Smart Pro Features NFC Technology

    Is it finally time to replace the truly god-forsaken printer still chugging its way into the grave at your office? Then, Brother would like you to take a look at their new Business Smart Pro line of printers, particularly the leading model – the MFC-J6920dw. The new printer is aimed at small-to-medium sized businesses, and […]

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    Epson Expression Home XP-410 All-in-one Printer Offers No Compromises for $100

    Epson is going big on features and small on price with its newest all-in-one budget printer, the Expression Home XP-410. The XP-410 is an update to the popular XP-400 that we reviewed a while back. Designed as a space-saving all-in-one printer (small-in-one, they call it) for homes and dorm rooms, the Expression Home XP-410 can […]

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    New Affordable Epson Stylus NX Series Printers Announced

    Today Epson announced 3 new models set to join the Epson Stylus NX Series. Each one is meant for the fiscally conscience consumer who is looking to not only save money but still experience good quality and performance. Epson Stylus NX215 The Stylus NX215 is the first printer to have a color 1.5” color LCD […]