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Re: Canon new A4 b/w models

Jason H ·
I’m pretty sure this is the first I’ve heard of these and I’m a canon dealer 🙄
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Epson adds high speed desktop on-demand four colour label printer

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Epson has enhanced its desktop on-demand colour label printer range with the release of the high speed four colour TM-C3500 with LCD interface, higher resolution black print for high density bar and QR codes, and greater media flexibility including glossy paper handling. On-demand printing with the TM-C3500 offers a faster, less costly and more flexible solution to meeting colour label needs. With its improved media versatility and high quality image and bar code printing, the TM-C3500 with...
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Konica Minolta Develops FD-9, World's Fastest(*1) Auto-Scanning Spectrophotometer, Bringing Improved Accuracy in Color Management to Users in the Printing Industry

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RAMSEY, N.J. , Feb. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Konica Minolta, Inc. (Konica Minolta) today announced that it has developed the FD-9, an auto-scanning spectrophotometer capable of measuring a standard color chart, commonly used in the printing industry...
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KYOCERA Introduces Wide-Format, Super High Brightness TFT-LCD for Industrial Applications

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February 23, 2016 08:05 AM Eastern Standard Time PLYMOUTH, Mich.--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Kyocera today announced a new wide-format (16:10) TFT-LCD display for bright environments, indoors or outdoors. The display is a new 12.1” WXGA TFT-LCD. “We continue our commitment to developing environmentally friendly products; all of Kyocera’s TFT-LCDs are RoHS compliant to reduce potentially hazardous substances.” Tweet this Wide-format TFT-LCDs provide a sleek, modern design aesthetic that allows more...
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Japan Display says wouldn't turn down a partnership with Sharp

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TOKYO   The head of smartphone screen maker Japan Display Inc said he would not turn down a partnership with embattled rival Sharp Corp amid speculation that Japan Display's top investor, a state-backed fund, wants a tie-up between the two. ...
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Japan Inc may win Sharp battle, but lose the LCD war

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By Ritsuko Ando and Makiko Yamazaki TOKYO (Reuters) - A state-backed Japanese fund is frontrunner to rescue Sharp Corp, ahead of a rival approach from Apple supplier Foxconn, but industry insiders question whether it can protect the group in the long term amid cut-throat competition. Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ), if successful, would represent the third bailout in as many years for Sharp, known for its liquid crystal display (LCD) technology and super-thin screens. The INCJ...
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Is Sharp running out of options?

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News that Sharp may be moving to spin off its LCD panel-making unit has buoyed appetite for its stock, but analysts remain unsure about the outlook for the troubled consumer electronics giant.     According to a report by the Nikkei ...
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Sharp exits the U.S. TV business

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Sharp's announcement last week that it would exit the U.S. television business, licensing its brand name to Chinese TV maker Hisense, wasn't exactly shocking, given the very public financial difficulties it's recently experienced. But what does that mean for those of us who already own a Sharp TV, or who plan to buy one this year before the hand-off to Hisense is finalized? In the short term not very much, as the switch won't happen until January of next year. Sharp has pledged to continue...
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Sharp Expands Smart Digital Signage Solutions with Brighter, More Durable Professional LCD Monitors

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MONTVALE, N.J. , May 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), today announced the expansion of its smart signage solution that provides higher brightness and is engineered for 24/7 around-the-clock usage. The new 40″ Class (39.5″ diagonal) PN-M401 and 50″ Class (49.5″ diagonal) PN-M501 professional LCD monitors deliver out-of-the-box digital signage solutions, even without external devices such as PCs.
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Sharp eyes LCD shift to business products

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   by Kazuaki Nagata   Sharp Corp. said Tuesday it aims to expand sales of LCD panels for business products to establish a more stable portfolio rather than depend on highly volatile consumer products.   The struggling Osaka-based...
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Sharp may receive capital from state-backed fund

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Sharp may receive capital from state-backed fund OSAKA -- A Japanese public-private investment fund is considering taking a direct stake in Sharp to help right the electronics group's listing operations.      This would give...
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Sharp Plans to Raise 166 Billion Yen From Share Sales

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Sharp Corp. (6753) , a supplier of screens to Apple Inc., will raise as much as 166.4 billion yen ($1.7 billion) in share sales in an effort to rebuild its balance sheet after record annual losses. Japan ’s largest maker of liquid-crystal displays will sell as much as 149 billion yen of shares to the public, the Osaka-based company said in a statement today. The company also will make allotments to Makita Corp. (6586) , Denso Corp. (6902) and Lixil Group Corp. (5938) , with proceeds to be...
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Sharp’s quarterly smartphone stumble seen paring annual outlook

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Sharp Corp.’s expected first-quarter loss may deepen skepticism that demand for smartphone displays will fuel a recovery strong enough to meet its full-year profit target. The company on Friday will probably post an operating loss of ¥19.4 billion for the three months ended June 30, according to the average of five analysts’ estimates compiled by Bloomberg. The shortfall will make it difficult for Sharp, which supplies LCD panels to Apple Inc. among other clients, to reach its ¥80 billion...
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Sources say Sharp to form LCD venture, not sell unit

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Sharp Corp is leaning toward spinning off its LCD business into a joint venture with a third party, rather than selling the unit outright, people familiar with the matter said. Innovation Network Corp of Japan and Hon Hai Precision Industry Co (鴻海精密) are the two leading candidates Sharp is considering for partnership, according to the people, who asked not to be named because the discussions are private. The Osaka-based supplier to Apple Inc and the potential partners have not entered any...
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Toshiba Readies new Black A3 Copiers

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Will unveil the eSTUDIO 2822AM, 2822AF, 2829A, 2823AM and 2329A Replaces 2802AM, 2802AF, 2809A, 2803AM and 2309A Offer 28ppm or 23ppm top speed (first two digits of model number) Support Elevate UI platform for optional integrated apps No finishing options 10.1” color touchscreen LCD 50 sheet document feeder Does NOT scan both sides of original at same time Scan speed of 22ipm or 25ipm Built-in print controller500MB RAM, can upgrade to 1GB Optional WiFi 10/100BaseT (no 1000BaseT or Gigabit...
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Canon new A4 b/w models

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Canon new A4 b/w models - imageRUNNER 1643if series offers: o top print speed of 45ppm o 5” color touchscreen LCD o Fax board o standard paper supply of 650 sheets, can upgrade to 2300 sheets o document feeder holds up to 50 originals o built-in print controller 1GB RAM - Print only version of imageRUNNER 1643P
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Canon launches new wide format printers

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- launched its new imagePROGRAF PRO Series wide-format printers that consist of: o PRO-6100 with base MSRP of $11,995 o PRO-4100 with base MSRP of $5,995 o PRO-2100 with base MSRP of $2,995 o PRO-6100S, and PRO-4100S models - intelligent automatic media-feeding and media-reading system o allows the operator to move away from the printer after placing the roll in the machine, removing the need to feed the roll or select the media type. o after the roll is loaded into the machine the media is...
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Introducing the BIXOLON XD5 Series of Desktop Label Printers

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SONGNAM-SI, South Korea (PRWEB) November 18, 2019 BIXOLON Co., Ltd, a leading global Mobile, Label and POS Printer manufacturer today announced the launch of the new XD5-series of desktop label printers. Featuring a compact, robust design with optional LCD Display and outstanding performance for medium volume printing applications. The XD5-40d is the first model being brought to market from this mid-tier series, featuring a distinctive similar look with XD3 and XT5 series. This new 4-inch...
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Kyocera Offering New A4 Color MFPs

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Kyocera launches more new MFPs - Now offering the TASKalfa 358ci and 308ci color laser A4 MFPs - 35ppm and 32ppm top speeds respectively (does not match up with model numbers) - 7” color touchscreen LCD control panel - 1200x1200dpi - 24 second warmup time - 358ci’s document feeder holds up to 100 originals o Top scan speed of 120ipm or 60opm o Scans both sides of original at same time - 308ci’s document feeder holds up to 75 originals o Does not scan both sides of original at same time -...
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Re: Sharp eyes LCD shift to business products

Art Post ·
It's now obvious that imaging products are not a "core" business product for Sharp
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Re: Toshiba Readies new Black A3 Copiers

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Pretty cool looking box!
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Re: Toshiba Readies new Black A3 Copiers

SalesServiceGuy ·
Sales of the former model were never great and went into the ditch when Toshiba began relabelling Lexmark product. Dealers did not like the small mono color keyboard navigation display. The product does work well at relatively low cost and low cpc. Smallest A3 footprint in the marketplace via the bypass.
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Re: Kyocera Offering New A4 Color MFPs

Kiwispike ·
The A4 speeds are 35/30ppm which matches the model names, letter speeds are 37/32ppm
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Re: Kyocera Offering New A4 Color MFPs

Art Post ·
Is A4 not letter speed?
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Re: Kyocera Offering New A4 Color MFPs

Kiwispike ·
No, Letter is shorter than A4 hence increased (very slightly) speeds
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Re: Kyocera Offering New A4 Color MFPs

Art Post ·
Right, gotcha I need to be thinking A4
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