The Samsung Inkjet Plus is an All-in-One that, with its large, refillable ink tanks, is said to enable users to print 10 color pages for only 13 won ($0.01).
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HP Inc. continues to expand from just printing on paper to printing on other materials, including printing on plastic, wood, aluminum, ceramic, acrylic, cardboard, and textiles.
Designed for growing businesses with investment and space constraints, the R1000 offers a single set of inks for a wide range of flexible and rigid media, including applications for retail, outdoor signage, window graphics, events and exhibitions, and decorations
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This is HP’s largest deployment of production-grade 3D printers in the Asia-Pacific and Japan region.
About a third of color printers sold in the United States are made in China.
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HP says replacing ink is simple and fuss-free with HP’s Spill-Free Refill System, as ink bottles can simply be plugged into their respective ink tank without any squeezing required.
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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.
The products that would be subject to the tariff includes printers and copiers, their parts, and likely their supplies, including ink and toner.
As for the A3 copier/MFP business, HP’s CEO noted that “we continue to on-board new partners and gain year-over-year share. This business is strategic to us given the higher attach rates of supplies and services.”
Both inkjet and laser unit shipments contributed to the positive momentum, expanding 2.1 percent and 1.0 percent year-over-year, respectively.