MONCHROME MFP’s ARE HERE TO STAY

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MONCHROME MFP’s ARE HERE TO STAY

 user 2006-09-06 at 10:13:00 am Views: 57
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    Monochrome MFPs Are Here to Stay
    LYRA RESEARCH
    Personal
    monochrome laser-based MFPs are frequently viewed as straddling the ink
    jet MFP and single-function monochrome laser printer markets.
    The
    direction of this market segment has long been uncertain. Would the
    proliferation of ink jet MFPs displace personal monochrome laser-based
    MFPs? Would the decline in hardware prices for monochrome laser
    printers and their copier/scanner/fax machine counterparts make device
    consolidation infeasible?
    For a variety of reasons, monochrome laser
    MFPs appeal to business customers. Lyra expects the personal monochrome
    laser MFP market to experience strong growth in unit shipments and
    revenue in the coming years. New models from Brother, Dell, HP, Konica
    Minolta, Lexmark, and Samsung are raising the bar for this market
    segment. Lyra’s upcoming (free) Webcast, Black-and-White Answers: Why
    Monochrome MFPs Are Here to Stay, answers key questions about where
    this market segment is headed.
    Black-and-White Answers: Why
    Monochrome MFPs Are Here to Stay will take place Wednesday, September
    27, 2006, at 2 p.m. eastern daylight time. Ann Priede, managing editor
    of Lyra’s Hard Copy Observer, will discuss the personal monochrome
    laser MFP market and provide information from her new report, also
    entitled Black-and-White Answers: Why Monochrome MFPs are Here to Stay,
    which will be published in mid-September.