Need a spare printer for the den? A cheap inkjet the kids can use to print their pictures? Something affordable for a cash-strapped student?
Buy.com has the Lexmark Z2300 color inkjet printer for $29.99 shipped. It's about as entry-level and no-frills as printers get, but if you have light printing needs, it should get the job done.
The dual-cartridge Z2300 promises 22 pages-per-minute (ppm) for black output and 16 ppm for color. It can produce borderless photos as large as 8.5 x 11 inches, and it supports 6-color printing (if you replace the black cartridge with … Read more
I'm sure most of you already own a printer. But what about a spare one in case the first one dies an untimely death? What about a printer that's just for the children? What about having a spare color inkjet for when your monochrome laser printer is too, well, monochrome?
Check out this ridiculously good deal at the Microsoft Store: An HP Deskjet D1660 color inkjet for $14. You get the price by applying coupon code CLR-MSAFL-50% when checking out. In addition, the price does not include the $4.99 for shipping and a couple bucks for sales … Read more
Inkjet printers produce images using thousands of tiny ink dots. Now, instead of a printhead and ink cartridges, imagine a printer that uses a paintball gun and color pellets. That's exactly what the Facadeprinter is.
Invented by a German trio (designers Martin Fussenegger and Michael Sebastian Haas and engineer Julian Adenauer), this software-controlled robot shoots color onto walls or other surfaces, allowing spectators to watch as a piece of large installation art is created.
Fussenegger, Haas, and Adenauer also see applications for the Facadeprinter in disaster relief efforts, as symbols indicating medical facilities, fresh water, danger zones, and so … Read more
Psst...want to save some money on printing? Try Century Gothic.
Hit by the high prices of inkjet and toner cartridges, we're all looking for ways to shave some bucks off the cost of printing. New data from Printer.com found that because different fonts use different amounts of ink to print, using the right font could save you as much as 31 percent off your inkjet and toner cartridge expenses.