Epson debuted its NX625 all-in-one printer Wednesday just in time for the back-to-school shopping season. The multifunction printer, scanner, and copier features built-in 802.11n wireless connectivity, mobile printing by way of Epson's iPrint app, a 2.5-inch color LCD screen, and a memory card reader so you don't have to deal with the hassle of a USB cord to print snapshot photos. We'll have more details in the full review coming soon, but the NX625 is shipping now for $150.
Earlier today Apple released printer driver updates for Epson and HP printers. these packages include the latest drivers for supported printers and scanners from these companies, and are available for OS X 10.6 only.… Read more
If you've been looking for a way to print from your iPad or iPhone without too many headaches, your prayers might have been answered--provided you've already invested in a Cloud Engines Pogoplug.
The plug-and-play device, which we've already reviewed in two different iterations, is a versatile box. It already turns USB hard drives into online-sharable volumes; streams music and photos to phones and the iPad; and can send video, music, and photos to an Xbox 360 or PS3.
Pogoplug cloud printing, available in a software update that hits later this summer, should work with all HP and … Read more
Apple has released a couple of updates for OS X systems. The first is an audio update for Early 2009 Mac Pro systems that are running OS X 10.6.3, and the second is an updated set of Epson printer drivers. The updates should be available via Software Update for relevant systems, but also can be downloaded at the following web pages.… Read more
First up, thanks for the amazing response to Friday's Cheapskate post. Many of you shared some terrific deals!
Second, I'm still grinning ear-to-ear over MSU's at-the-buzzer win over Maryland yesterday. That has nothing to do with today's deal; I simply can't contain my jubilation.
OK, back to business. I'll never again buy a printer that doesn't have Wi-Fi. I mean, cables? Really? This is the 21st century, people. I'd sooner go back to using dot-matrix printers.
Very often you have to pay a premium for a Wi-Fi-equipped printer, but not today: OfficeMax … Read more