IBM RAISES PRICES ON TAPE CARTRIDGES AND PRINTERS

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IBM RAISES PRICES ON TAPE CARTRIDGES AND PRINTERS

 user 2009-01-14 at 12:18:26 pm Views: 65
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    http://www.itjungle.com/fhs/fhs011309-story10.html
    IBM Increases Price on Tape Cartridges, Printers
    IBM
    last week announced price increases for several enterprise tape
    cartridges models and InfoPrint printers.IBM raised the prices on 32
    versions of its System Storage 3599 tape cartridges, which are
    specialized versions of IBM’s proprietary 3592 tape cartridges
    (formerly known as Magstar) that bring with them specific capacities,
    features (such as support for WORM), and quantities. Like the basic
    3592 cartridge, the 3599 offerings are designed for the IBM System
    Storage TotalStorage 1120 tape drive.The price increases range from $44
    on the 3599-7006 (a five-pack of cleaning cartridges) to $712; and go
    up to $277 on the 3599-2421 (a 20-pack of WORM cartridges), which now
    costs $5,817.

    IBM also raised the prices on some InfoPrint
    printers, which are now sold through the InfoPrint Solutions Company
    that IBM and Ricoh jointly own and operate.The InfoPrint models that
    got a price jump are the 4550 series of office laser printers, which
    InfoPrint Solutions Company refers to as their 1800 series. The
    increases ranged from $50 on the model 4551 N01 (InfoPrint’s 1832),
    which is now $754, to $101 on the model 4553 DN1 (InfoPrint 1872),
    which now costs $1,470.