printers

Paul Taylor

In the Personal Technology section of the paper’s Business Life section this week, we look at the latest laser printer from HP:

“It was a shock recently when I realised a new set of ink cartridges would cost more than half what I had paid for my home office colour laser printer in the first place.” 

Chris Nuttall

Lexmark’s latest range of all-in-one printers give users far more than they might expect.

Lexmark Prestige Pro805 I have been testing has the usual all-in-one copying, scanning and printing functions, but there is also a kitchen sink of extras thrown in. 

Joseph Menn

Hewlett-Packard, which is trying multiple ways to get people to keep printing things instead of just posting them online, will roll out something truly novel this fall: a printer that doesn’t need a computer.

The high-end HP Photosmart Premium will sell for about $399 and has its own 4.33-inch touch screen, allowing consumers to select pages to print from a limited number of providers.