WILL LEXMARK'S NEW WEB-CONNECTED PRINTERS TAKE-OFF ?

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WILL LEXMARK'S NEW WEB-CONNECTED PRINTERS TAKE-OFF ?

 user 2009-07-14 at 11:27:02 am Views: 52
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    WILL LEXMARK’S NEW WEB-CONNECTED PRINTERS TAKE-OFF ?
    Lexmark’s new line includes Web-connected printer
    Lexington-based printermaker Lexmark International gave details Monday of eight new all-in-one inkjet printers, including the industry’s first line of Web-connected models, that it will release this fall.Web connectivity has become the newest trend in printing with Hewlett-Packard recently announcing its first such device. Lexmark’s line will include three, all of which connect to the Internet and utilize a 4.3-inch touch screen to showcase online items. Users can then print directly from the printer’s touch screen, bypassing computers.

    The printers will range in price from $199 to $399 and are designed primarily for small and medium businesses.The touch screen models also utilize what Lexmark calls “SmartSolutions,” which allows users to customize certain tasks like faxing a certain group of people, scanning to e-mail templates and printing two-sided identification cards.Other new features are separate ink tanks, as well as wireless capability on all eight models including Wireless-N. The printers also include “eco mode,” which automates two-sided printing, as well as a business card scanning feature that automatically uploads contact information to address books in applications like Microsoft Outlook.The products will begin shipping in September.