The acquisition positions HP to disrupt and reinvent the $55 billion copier
industry, a segment that hasn't innovated in decades.
The unique control concept of the new Zeutschel book copier
includes a touch screen.
Canon indicated that prior to the earthquake copier
demand continued to gradually recover in all regions.
, printers and multifunctional reproductive machines manufactured today have hard drives capable of storing documents that have been scanned, printed or faxed as digitized images.
Summary: The advances made in A4 multifunction products (MFPs) - together with corporate environmental and efficiency drives - could be leading to the demise of the traditional A3 office copier
, according to printing solutions provider Lexmark International.
The company produces copier
paper and markets under its own "Double A" brand.
Then: Bill Lewis started in the copier
business in 1974, long before personal computers and desktop printers became available.
Newsweek also found that stores that copy driver's licenses or tax preparers that use public copy shops could be leaving that information stored in the copiers
. Considering that those machines typically get leased several times, anyone with the know-how could access all the data stored on them.
The recall involves 11 copier
models, including NP1020, manufactured in Japan and Thailand between 1987 and 1998, it said.
It also looks at the issue of variable data printing specifically and the rapidly growing adoption of digital color copiers
and desktop color printers for this purpose.
Brett Rogers, president of Little Rock's Capital Business Machines Inc., said customers have grown more comfortable with adding digital copiers
to their offices.
Engel, Langsam Property Services Corp, Past President BMAR; and Gil Lieberman, DEC Copiers