×

Warning

JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 3653

EPSON, well known for printers and projectors is one of those Japanese companies that seems to purposely fly under the radar. It says it is…
Epson has launched what it describes as "laser-beating" PrecisionCore technology in Australia for consumer, office, business and commercial printers.
Tuesday, 15 April 2014 14:03

HP claims Mopria printing first

By
HP's new (to Australia, at least) Color LaserJet Pro MFP M476 is the world’s first Mopria-certified printer for embedded print for Android-based devices, company officials…
Print solutions and office equipment vendor Ricoh has officially opened its 5-star green star rated Centre of Technical Excellence in the Sydney suburb of Eastern…
Upstream Print Solutions, a subsidiary of Fuji Xerox Australia, has deployed software-as-a-service from cloud services provider ServiceNow  to transform its delivery of IT services to…
Friday, 29 November 2013 06:41

Epson’s long road back

By
INTERVIEW: Minoru Usui is president of Japanese electronics company Epson. He was in Australia recently to look at prospects for the company locally, and to…
Brother has released a new landscape printing range of multi-function inkjets – that print across the long edge of the paper – producing impressive speeds…
John Alexander, Federal MP for Bennelong officially opened Lanier’s new Technology and Innovation centre in North Ryde, Sydney at a ribbon cutting ceremony today -…
Speed and cloud services are the highlights of Canon's new Home Advanced range of Pixma all-in-one printers.
Despite supposedly paperless offices, every office needs an A3 printer. HP’s aptly named OfficeJet 7610 at $299 is a class-leading contender.

VENDOR NEWS & EVENTS

REVIEWS

Recent Comments