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The Brother MFC-J6920DW's most unique feature is its sideways paper pathpaper is inserted long-side first, rather than short-side first. This allows outstanding performance out of a relatively inexpensive ($300) color inkjet MFP (copy/fax/print/scan).
Konica Minolta, Inc. (Konica Minolta) today announced its "dream printer" project under the "Giving Shape to Ideas" concept. The new video features children telling a unique printer what they dream of becoming in the future. Magically these children
Like many humans, the orangutans at the Kansas City Zoo are spending time playing games, watching videos and listening to music on their iPads. A California woman pleaded not guilty Tuesday to what is believed to be the first traffic citation
introduced the ProJet 4500, the world's first 3-D printer capable of printing multicolor plastic parts pixel by pixel -- in nearly 1 million colors. Printed objects from the 4500 won't require any post-processing, and the printer automatically
Wealthy South African businessman Johann Rupert has made a R2.34bn offer to buy a company which holds a large stake in Caxton, the Sunday Times reported...Among its products, the publishing company owns The Citizen and various community newspapers...
The C2665dnf is tall, straight-angled and dark gray, but not so much ominous as handsome. The colorful touchscreen display features a brand-spanking new interface, with the 2D, flat look to its icons that's in vogue at the moment. It's easy to
Double sided business cards are key to your company.This little piece of printing fine art offers the globe with your essential details. Get in touch with, name and business info. Adding a bottom enhances your company chance to make the
Nasdaq to $4.56, giving a market cap of $137 million, amid market speculation that there are developments over a takeover...US about a possible acquisition offer for the company. "At the request of the Israel Securities Authority , the company states
Amy Mueller's sixth-grade students at Hoover Math & Science Academy in Schaumburg wanted to know, "Who invented the 3-D printer?" A prosthetic leg, colorful gym shoes, a toy race car and plastic necklaces are just a few of the infinite number of
Alaska Students in Heather Ridgway's advanced 3D design class in Juneau soon will be able to print out their handiwork. Western Auto Marine general manager John Weedman plans to donate a 3D printer to Ridgway's classroom after Christmas. Weedman