All of the third-party toner cartridges are designed for use with HP laser printers.
With the monochrome laser A4 MFP market continuing to show growth year-over-year in the 45-69 page-per-minute (ppm) market, Canon U.S.A. today introduced...
The new inkjet MFPs feature a first printout time of 6.5 seconds and print speeds ranging from 40 to 80 ppm.
Among the items that would be subject to the tariff are fax machine parts and accessories.
On September 7th, Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, reported that it had filed an infringement report with Amazon.com seeking removal of Amazon.com listings for certain toner cartridges sold by Etechwork for use with HP laser printers.
HP for its part, has hedged its bets with toner and ink, offering both HP LaserJet and Samsung toner-based copiers, and PageWide inkjet copiers.
HP extended its lead in the large-format digital printer market with nearly 35 percent of worldwide shipments in second-quarter 2018.
These solutions are designed for users in architecture, engineering and construction fields, as well as for users who deal with large-format technical documents in manufacturing, facilities-management, and utilities.
In the area of office copier/MFPs, overall unit sales increased slightly year-over-year, as a decline of monochrome copier/MFPs was offset by an increase of color copier/MFPs.
After performing this test protocol, researchers found that, with intermittent use, many inkjet models delivered half or less of their ink to print pages.
Epson enjoyed the largest year-over-year shipment growth, increasing 5.1 percent to more than 4.1 million units shipped.
In the copier segment, Canon maintained its leadership with 37.7 percent unit market share.
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Canon states that it recognizes and respects intellectual property rights, but as this litigation demonstrates, it “also remains committed to vigorously defending itself against false and frivolous allegations of infringement of others’ intellectual property.”