Headline rollups for August 25, 2017
Canon USA has introduced two new Pixma TR-series wireless home office all-in-one (AIO) printers to help customers increase their business productivity.
In 2015, in one of the biggest corporate breakups in Silicon Valley’s history, the roughly 75-year old Hewlett-Packard Co. cleaved itself in half. Hewlett Packard Enterprise, or HPE, would handle data centers, software and services. HP Inc. would take the runt of the litter: printers and computers.
Hewlett-Packard Incorporated is set to announce its fiscal Q3 results on Wednesday, August 23. While we expect the company to report an improvement in PC revenues as the company continues to outperform the declining PC hardware industry, printer hardware and supplies revenues are also likely to improve as HP’s supply chain strategy yields positive results. Below we discuss what to expect in more detail.
Epson America today announced two new portable document cameras – the Epson® DC-07 and the Epson DC-13 – high-definition document cameras offering both affordability and superior feature sets. Designed to captivate and engage K-12 students, the new document cameras boast superior image quality with 1080p resolution and advanced zoom capabilities to accurately capture full HD images when displaying textbook pages, student work, 3D experiments, and more.
Domino Digital Printing Solutions is launching a new fluorescent ink for its K600i piezo drop on demand ink jet printer at Labelexpo Europe 2017 (Stand 9A60, Brussels Expo, 25th – 28th September 2017). Ideal for security printing and brand protection, this latest addition to Domino’s ink range, UV80CL, will help businesses battle counterfeiting and forgery.
Researchers at ITMO University have unveiled a new approach to printing luminescent structures based on nanoparticle ink. The unique optical properties of the ink were achieved by means of europium-doped zirconia. Particles of this material were proven to be useful in manufacturing glowing holographic coatings with a high degree of protection. Notably, the developed approach enables the fabrication of custom holograms by means of a simple inkjet printer. The results of the research were published in RSC Nanoscale.
Why is it taking so long for businesses to fully shift towards a paperless workplace? The answer to this question can be quite complex and wide in scope, let’s break it down…