Advertisements Among the news this week was Brother International’s announcement of a TAA-compliant printer and MFP. For those not familiar...
TAA refers to the Trade Agreements Act (19 U.S.C. & 2501-2581), which is intended to foster fair and open international trade.
In Brother’s Printing & Solutions group, sales were down 0.3 percent, but operating profit was up 29.0 percent.
With this launch, Brother say its hybrid ink-cartridge/ink-tank technology is now available to business-level customers with the new models providing business features, functions, and technology, including automatic duplexing and 11″x17″ printing.
Epson enjoyed the largest year-over-year shipment growth, increasing 5.1 percent to more than 4.1 million units shipped.
Advertisements When we think of hacking of printers and copier/MFPs, we tend to think of hackers using more sophisticated methods...
Brother’s Next Generation of SOHO Laser Printers, All-in-Ones Feature Faster Speed, More Robust Build Quality
Brother’s new models are said to feature faster print speeds, robust build improvements, and “touch to connect” printing with Near Field Communications (NFC) on select models for mobile print and/or scan with NFC-enabled mobile devices.
This Week in Imaging: What Do HP PageWides and Electric Cars Have in Common? More Than You Might Think
Advertisements HP Inc.’s recent announcement that (as part of its expansion into the $55 billion A3 copier industry) it’ll be...
Total sales for the quarter were up 2.0 percent, while sales for Brother’s Printing and Solutions segment were up 0.7 percent.
Brother says it re-engineered its ink cartridges to hold more ink, and also created an internal ink-storage tank for delivering more ink.
This Week in Imaging: What Does Fujifilm’s Lawsuit Mean for Xerox? Plus, U.S. China Tariff Effects; More
Fujifilm’s filing of a $1 billion breach-of-contact lawsuit this week in federal court against Xerox for scrapping the $6.1 billion...
The ISC also stated that a recent study by Trade Partnership Worldwide prepared for the Consumer Technology Association and the National Retail Federation estimates that the tariffs would cause U.S. consumers to pay $529 million more than they now pay for ink and toner cartridges.
Both inkjet and laser unit shipments contributed to the positive momentum, expanding 2.1 percent and 1.0 percent year-over-year, respectively.
Although Fujifilm of Japan clearly isn’t happy that Xerox has called off the merger deal, there’s a good case to...
Through a new partnership, Brother is providing scan-to-translate functionality enabled by thebigword language-translation services.
Amid all the back-and-forth on the proposed Xerox-Fujifilm deal between the Xerox Board of Directors and Carl Icahn and Darwin...