Tag Archive: Printer


Instagram comes to life with this inexpensive printer

Epson’s new all-in-one printer, the Epson XP-430, positions itself as an affordable wireless printer that also integrates with the photos on your social networks. You can use the included Epson Creative Print software to link your Instagram account and print out your photos, plus scan and share photos directly to your Facebook. It’s pretty nifty, considering […]

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What Apple’s 3-D printer could look like: a Makerbot G4 Cube

Last week, a weird patent filing suggested Apple might be making a color 3-D printer. Now, the best Apple concept designer in the business, Martin Hajek, has come along and imagined it in a set of beautiful renderings. In Hajek’s renderings, the designer imagines the iPrinter, as he calls it, as looking something like a […]

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Apple may be working on a multicolor 3D printer

Apple hasn’t released a new printer since the heady days of the LaserWriter 8500 in 1997, but a new patent application published today suggests that Apple may be working on a new printer — and no ordinary one, either. Published under the name “Method and apparatus for three dimensional printing of colored objects,” the patent […]

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Affordable 3D printer could be the first one you own

3D-printer maker Qubea is seeking funds on Kickstarter for what may be the first (relatively) cost-friendly device on the market. The Rever will cost $ 399 when it launches next year, but early backers can grab on at a discount. “As a leading developer of 3D printers, we have seen products like ours put to use […]

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Real prints come to life with this app and printer

The newspaper that covers the wizarding world of Harry Potter publishes photos that move on the page. For us Muggles, there’s LifePrint, a pocket-sized printer that brings a similar magical to our still photos. The LifePrint device lets you embed a video inside a printed photograph, using augmented reality and requiring the viewer to point […]

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Tiny Polaroid ZIP is a selfie printer for your smartphone

If the fear of loss doesn’t persuade you to print the pictures on your smartphone, perhaps your curiosity about cool gadgets will. In this case, consider the Polaroid ZIP photo printer. It is a tiny ink-free printer slightly bigger than a deck of cards that, with an easy-to-use app, lets you make small prints from […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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This little business printer is all your office needs

The non-intuitively named Brother MFC-L2740DW multifunction black and white laser printer is ideal for that small office you have, you know the one. You’ve got all of a closet to put your desk, chair, Mac, printer, and maybe a small…

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How to Reset the Printing System in Mac OS X to Fix Annoying Printer Problems

Printer problems are notoriously frustrating for any computer user, and while Macs get off a bit easier than the alternatives out there, there can still be some pretty annoying issues that pop up with printing in OS X due to flakey third party printing support, bad software, or just a low-grade printer. Whether it’s a … Read More

How to Reset the Printing System in Mac OS X to Fix Annoying Printer Problems

Printer problems are notoriously frustrating for any computer user, and while Macs get off a bit easier than the alternatives out there, there can still be some pretty annoying issues that pop up with printing in OS X due to flakey third party printing support, bad software, or just a low-grade printer. Whether it’s a … Read More

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Indulge your inner OCD with Brother’s tiny wi-fi label printer

When I was a kid, we used to label everything: toys, boxes, file folders. My parents used one of those manual rotary label dispensers, the kind you had to squeeze hard enough to make each individual letter poke up through…

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