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    Canon, Samsung and Konica Minolta Unveil New Printers
    operators and home-based workers will appreciate the sophisticated
    paper handling, Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, and advanced document
    and photo options of the two models Canon has added to its office
    all-in-one lineup: The Pixma MX860 and Pixma MX330 combine color inkjet
    printing with copying, scanning, and fax capability and a flock of
    convenience features.

    Priced at $200, the MX860 includes
    automatic duplex copying, printing, and two-way paper feeding, for
    two-sided copying or scanning of letter-sized documents without the
    need to flip and re-feed pages. The unit can also scan and print at the
    same time during copying jobs and combines 802.11b/g wireless with
    Ethernet and USB connectivity for multi-PC sharing.

    five-color individual tank ink system, print resolution of up to 9,600
    by 2,400 color dpi, and one-picoliter minimum ink droplet size help the
    MX860 produce photo-lab-quality borderless 4- by 6-inch prints in
    approximately 41 seconds. Its CIS scanner has an optical resolution of
    2,400 dpi.

    The $110 Pixma MX330 features slightly lower scan and
    print resolution, with a four-color, two-cartridge ink system and a
    1.8- instead of 2.5-inch color LCD control panel. Like its
    higher-priced sibling, however, the MX330 offers an Auto Scan Mode that
    recognizes the type of document being scanned so it can be saved
    quickly in the right format; the ability to save scanned JPG and PDF
    data directly to a flash drive or memory card; and Auto Photo Fix
    red-eye correction and brightness and contrast optimization.

    printers also help protect important documents with secure fax dialing
    – asking for a confirmation of the number entered to avoid misdialing
    – and the ability to create PDF files with password protection that
    restricts access to printing or editing files without the proper

    A Slew of New Laser Printers from Samsung
    laser printers are the workhorses of many a small office, and Samsung’s
    newest models are ready for work with enhanced connectivity and

    The Samsung ML-2855ND offers output speed of 30
    pages per minute, helped by a 400MHz processor and 64MB expandable to
    192MB of memory. The $358 compact has built-in duplex printing and a
    TonerSave feature to cut its total cost of operation, as well as a USB
    2.0 interface and 250-sheet cassette and 50-sheet multipurpose paper
    trays. It’s rated for a monthly duty cycle of a sturdy 50,000 pages.

    new Wi-Fi-equipped black-and-white lasers target the home- or
    small-office crowd seeking what Canon calls a small, sleek and silent
    solution. At 13.1 by 14.8 by 4.8-inches, the ML-1630W ($286) is one of
    the smallest network-ready laser printers in the world, but delivers
    sharp 17-ppm output as well as both 802.11b/g and Ethernet connectivity
    and a monthly duty cycle of 5,000 pages. The SCX-4500W ($429), is a
    copier and 4,800-dpi (enhanced) color scanner as well as a printer; it
    uses the same engine and 100-sheet sliding input cassette as the

    Users seeking a more robust monochrome multifunction
    platform can check out the SCX-4826FN ($429), a 30-ppm printer that
    measures 16.2 by 17.5 by 15.6 inches and handles walk-up and PC faxing
    as well as copying, scanning, and printing. The network-ready machine
    also features automatic double-sided printing.

    Konica Minolta Launches Color Laser Quartet
    to trade up from an inkjet printer or all-in-one? Konica Minolta has
    four compact color lasers to show you. The two printers and two
    multifunction peripherals in the new Magicolor 1600 series are the
    company’s smallest and most affordable to date, and their Simitri HD
    color polymerized toner saves up to 15 percent of the energy usually
    required for laser printing.

    All four printers produce crisp
    copy at 20 ppm in black and white and 5 ppm in color. The simplest, the
    Magicolor 1600W ($229), is a Windows-only printer with a USB 2.0
    interface and 200-sheet input tray; its rated duty cycle is 35,000
    pages per month. For $329, the Magicolor 1650EN adds PostScript 3 and
    PCL6 emulation for Mac and Linux as well as Windows systems, as well as
    Ethernet network connectivity and an optional 500-sheet second input

    Need to replace more than merely a printer in your office
    lineup? The Magicolor 1680MF ($379) adds flatbed copying and scanning
    capabilities to the 1600W chassis, while the model 1690MF ($449)
    combines the 1650EN’s extra office functionality with fax as well as
    scanning and copying, with an automatic document feeder to speed
    multipage jobs.