Category: Scanners

New HP Roam Mobile, Cloud Printing; Connection Inspector Security; A3 PageWide MFPs

At its HP Reinvent: World Partner Forum partner conference being held in Chicago, HP Inc. announced new A3 business color-inkjet PageWide Enterprise and PageWide Managed Devices copier/MFPs, new business document scanners, as well as a new security solution, and HP Connection...

This Week in Imaging: Tariffs on Printer and Copiers? How Likely and What Would be Effects?

During his campaign last year, U.S. President Donald Trump stated several times that he would impose tariffs on products made in China and imported into the United States. Trump stated those tariffs could range from anywhere from 10 to 45...

This Week in Imaging: Samsung’s A4 Lineup – How will HP Handle It?; HP Financial Results; More

The new Samsung Smart MultiXpress M5360RX A4 black-and-white copier/MFP that was launched this week is intriguing for a number of reasons. It’s a smart-looking unit, it’s designed for small and mid-size businesses, and is said to feature “customization, professional-quality prints,...

This Week in Imaging: Lexmark Acquisition Thoughts, Inkjet Vs. Toner Cost per Page Analysis

It appears that the Lexmark acquisition by the Chinese tech firm Apex Technology and by PAG Capital is virtually a done deal with the approval of the deal this week by the United States’ Committee on Foreign Investment in the...

This Week in Imaging: Paperless Debate Continues; Inkjet Applications Abound; More

This week brings us an interesting mix of news: a seemingly mixed-bag for toner and paper; and good news for ink. On the one hand, Xerox released a study that seems to indicate that the paper-less office is right upon us....

This Week in Imaging: Thoughts on HP; Secure Guest Mobile Printing; Latest Printer/MFP/Copier Shipments; More

Hewlett-Packard, one of our national tech treasures, has been taking its fair share of criticism lately, especially with all of the negative talk about the reign of former HP CEO (and U.S. presidential hopeful) Carly Fiorina, and the history of HP corporate management...