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New Samsung Colour Laser Printer

From the Printware Blog on 8th June 2009 in New Products

Samsung has announced the latest edition to its range of colour laser printers, the CLP-770ND, which is aimed at medium to large workgroups. Slotting in neatly at the top of the CLP range, the 770ND will print up to 33 pages per minute with a monthly duty cycle of up to 120,000 pages. The 7000-page toner yield, optional 1600 sheet paper capacity and optional 80GB hard drive mean that the CLP-770ND should be able to cope in even the busiest office environments.

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Lexmark Launches New Range of Printers

From the Printware Blog on 21st May 2009 in New Products

Lexmark has launched its new range of printers; the colour laser C730 series, colour multifunction X730 series and the mono multifunction X200 series. So, with all three sectors already well represented by Lexmark and its competitors, where do the new machines fit in and what's different about them?

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New HP OfficeJet Printers Coming Soon

From the Printware Blog on 21st May 2009 in New Products

HP has announced the launch of two new Officejet printers designed to provide professional quality colour printing at a low cost per page and reduced energy usage. The Officejet 6000 series features embedded networking capability and print speeds of up to 31 pages per minute in colour. A wireless version will also be available with automatic duplexing as standard. Printing costs and energy consumption are expected to be 40% less than an equivalent laser printer.

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Printware Meets the Xerox ColorQube 9200

From the Printware Blog on 19th May 2009 in New Products

Following its recent U.S. launch, Printware has visited Xerox for training on the new ColorQube 9200 and a first hand look at this exciting new machine. Details on the ColorQube have been kept under wraps until now, so this was an excellent opportunity for Printware to learn more. As discussed in our recent article, Xerox Announce First High Speed Solid Ink Multifunction Printer, the ColorQube uses state of the art technology to produce print speeds of up to 85 pages per minute and can save up to 62% on colour printing costs. It also brings Xerox's proven solid ink technology into the realm of the high-spec A3 office printer.

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Xerox Announces First High Speed Solid Ink Multifunction Printer

From the Printware Blog on 19th May 2009 in New Products

Xerox has announced the world's first high speed multifunction solid ink printer for the office, the ColorQube 9200 series. The ColorQube features revolutionary print head technology which increases ink flow by 400% via microscopic nozzles, half the width of a human hair.

Molten ink flows through a complex network of channels to the nozzles which are packed 880 per liner inch, twice as many as previous print heads. With four print heads per printer, with more than 3500 nozzles each, the ColorQube is capable, Xerox claim, of printing at 85 pages per minute. Xerox also claim that the new technology will reduce colour printing costs by up to 62% without compromising quality.

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New Print Managed Service from Epson

From the Printware Blog on 15th May 2009 in News, New Products, Managed Print

Epson have launched their Managed Print Service, aimed at medium to large organisations who wish to improve the efficiency of their printer fleet and reduce printing costs. Managed Print Service is a bespoke solution with pricing tailored to match the business needs and includes a click charge service so that customers only pay for what they print. Unlike Ricoh Click, pricing is based, not just on the number of clicks, but also on the coverage of the printed documents. Although pricing is bespoke, this would seem to be of more benefit to organisations printing lower coverage documents.

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Canon Launches Next Generation of imagePROGRAF Printers

From the Printware Blog on 14th May 2009 in New Products

Canon has launched its next generation of large format printers aimed at the CAD (Computer Aided Design) and GIS (Geographic Information System) markets, the 24in imagePROGRAF iPF650 and iPF655 and the 36in iPF750 and iPF755, which will replace Canon’s current imagePROGRAF range.

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Brother Launches New Mono Multifunction Printer

From the Printware Blog on 13th May 2009 in New Products

Brother has launched the replacement for its mono multifunction printer, the DCP-8085DN, which replaces the earlier DCP-8080DN. The DCP-8085DN comes with automatic duplex printing standard and maximum print and copy speeds of 30 pages per minute.

The USB direct interface enables direct printing of JPEG and PDF direct from a USB flash memory drive. Printing and copying are in mono, while scanning is available in colour and mono at up to 600 x 2400dpi resolution, with the flexibility of scanning to FTB, USB, network, e-mail, OCR or file.

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Ricoh Click Goes Live

From the Printware Blog on 11th May 2009 in News, New Products, Managed Print

Ricoh's new Click service has now gone live, giving consumers the opportunity to benefit from straightforward pricing, transparent billing and a true pay-per-click service. Ricoh Click was first announced by Printware in April, in our article, Ricoh Launch New Click Service. Click contracts can be set up on any new Ricoh printer in just a few minutes, there is no minimum charge and billing is in arrears. The pricing is based solely on the number of pages printed and includes the cost of the consumables, servicing and spare parts.

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Epson Increases Consumable Prices

From the Printware Blog on 1st May 2009 in News

Continuing the recent trend of price increases, Epson has just announced that it will be raising the cost of its inks as of June 1st. This follows similar announcements in recent weeks by Brother, Ricoh and Canon and continues the pattern of rises as predicted in our recent article, Toner Prices Continue to Rise.

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Dell Launches A3 Mono Laser Printer

From the Printware Blog on 24th April 2009 in New Products

Dell's new 7330dn printer is their first wide format A3 printer for large workgroups and offers high performance mono printing at up 50 pages per minute on A4 and 28ppm on A3. It offers economical performance, with a toner cartridge lasting for up to 35,000 pages, as well as durability with a maximum duty cycle of 300,000 prints per month.

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Xerox Phaser 3435 Mono Laser Printer

From the Printware Blog on 24th April 2009 in New Products

Xerox’s new mono printer, the Phaser 3435, offers high end specification to the small business or home user with duplex and network capability as standard and a small footprint, which means it will fit almost anywhere.

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New Dell Multifunction Printers

From the Printware Blog on 24th April 2009 in New Products

Dell has just launched two new colour laser multifunction printers, the 1235cn and 2145cn, which are available now. The 1235cn is an entry level colour MFP, with fax capability as standard and a small footprint of just 415mm x 373mm, while the 2145cn boasts print speeds of 20ppm in colour and mono with duplex print, copy and scan as standard.

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New Canon Inkjets Coming in June

From the Printware Blog on 21st April 2009 in New Products

Canon is launching second generation versions of its A3+ inkjet printers, the Pixma Pro 9000 and Pixma Pro 9500, which will be available from June 2009. The Pixma Pro 9000 Mk II is aimed at serious photographers wishing to produce professional quality prints while the Pixma Pro 9500 Mk II is intended for professional photographers who need to produce gallery-quality images for exhibition or sale.

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Ricoh Launches New A3 Printers

From the Printware Blog on 17th April 2009 in New Products

Ricoh has launched its new flagship A3 printers, the SP C820dn and C821dn, which replace the CL7200 and SP C811dn respectively. The C820dn, at 40 pages per minute, and the C821dn, at 50ppm, are faster than the printers they are replacing and boast a range of upgrades including higher resolution, thicker paper support and longer life supplies.

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OKI Launches New Multifunction Printer

From the Printware Blog on 16th April 2009 in New Products

OKI have launched the MC560 A4 colour multifunction printer - its successor to the C5550MFP. The MC560 is billed as a high performance A4 colour MFP designed to bring versatility and efficiency to the small office or busy workgroup. OKI claim that it is the ideal support system for any business, combining a scanner, printer, copier and fax in one compact multifunction device.

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Ricoh and Canon Announce Price Increases

From the Printware Blog on 16th April 2009 in News

We have learned from one of our suppliers that Canon will be increasing the price of their consumables as of April 27th. This increase comes just two months after Canon’s most recent price rise and follows a spate of similar rises from other manufacturers over the last few months, including Ricoh which is set to announce an increase in hardware and consumable prices.

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Brother Announces Price Increase

From the Printware Blog on 6th April 2009

In a letter to all its resellers, including Printware, Brother has announced price increases across its range of products in April. Brother's Sales and Marketing Director, Phil Jones explains the reasons behind the increases and puts them in the context of the current state of the pound.

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Ricoh Launches New Click Service

From the Printware Blog on 3rd April 2009 in News, New Products, Managed Print

With print users increasingly looking to maintenance contracts as a way to manage their costs, Ricoh have entered the fray with their new "Click" service. Ricoh has created a scheme which aims to give customers the one thing they want from a service contract - simplicity.

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Toner Prices Continue to Rise

From the Printware Blog on 3rd April 2009 in News

"It was much cheaper than that last time I ordered." With many businesses and consumers struggling to make ends meet, it seems that the cost of printing is continuing to spiral. Consumable prices have risen steadily throughout 2008 and the first quarter of 2009, by an average of 15%, but as much as 30%, each time. Further rises are expected, with Brother and Oki already set to increase the cost of their consumables in April. There is every sign that this trend will continue for the foreseeable future and that other manufacturers will follow suit.

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As the Credit Crunch Continues to Bite, Printware and HP get Smart Together!

From the Printware Blog on 19th March 2009 in News, Managed Print

HP presented Printware with an award for its outstanding performance with HP's Smart Printing Services. Printware already sits with HP's most elite as an official HP Gold Partner and this award only goes to strengthen our partnership. HP Smart Printing Services means that for an all-inclusive price, Printware and HP will handle everything necessary to manage all your company's HP printers and multifunction devices.

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Unusual Installation

From the Printware Blog on 16th March 2009 in News, Fun Stuff

How do you get a Xerox DC250, high capacity feeder and professional finisher into a Grade 2 listed building? Through the first floor window of course! A "routine" installation took one of our engineers to a design agency based in Tavistock, Devon. After moving to new premises, they made the decision to invest in the Xerox Docucolor 250, professional finisher and high capacity feeder. It became apparent ...

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Printware outlines plans for prosperity in 2009

From the Printware Blog on 16th March 2009 in News

Cameron Mitchell, Printware's Managing Director, was approached by CRN Magazine for an update on Printware's position since the acquisition at the end of 2007.
One year after its acquisition by the Danwood Group, independent printer reseller Printware is embarking on various new initiatives to remain strong through the downturn and even grow its business.

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Printware gain HP 2009 Preferred Partner GOLD status

From the Printware Blog on 16th March 2009 in News

Printware has been awarded the highest possible accreditation by HP. HP Preferred Partners consistently deliver the very best in IT solutions and place a premium on high-quality customer care. Simply put, HP Preferred Partners are the best of the best. Printware is very proud to be part of this elite programme.

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