Category: Canon

This Week in Imaging: Paperless Printing; HP Financials; Toshiba Shoring Up Finances; More

One thing that caught our eye this week was a new app developed by a Long Island bookkeeper. The app, called FleetSheet, is pretty nifty. In a nutshell, it lets users simply click on “print” to send a document displayed on their PC monitor to a paired smartphone...

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This Week in Imaging: “Can you turn that printer down?” Security the New ‘Speeds-and-Feeds’

By far, the most interesting news this week was HP’s new home printer, the AMP 100, which features Bluetooth speakers that are used to stream music and sound from any Bluetooth-capable device, prompting one of the folks at HP to tell us, “It’s the first time I’ve ever...

New Canon imagePRESS C650 for High-Volume Office, Light Production Printing

  Canon U.S.A. today launched its new toner-based imagePRESS C650 Digital Color Press with print, copy, and scan, and  which is designed for high-volume, color-centric office users such as marketing divisions, central reprographic departments (CRDs), franchise printers, as well as for light-volume production-printing environments. Canon says that the...

Canon Reports Robust Third Quarter, Raises Forecast

Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, reported results for its third quarter, which were boosted by  sales of color office copier/MFPs and other equipment, as well as by the acquisition of Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation (TMSC), with third-quarter net sales increasing 27.7 percent year-over-year to ¥994.5 billion. Net sales for the nine...