Re: New printer technology for real?

From: Alan Dechert <dechert_at_gmail_dot_com>
Date: Fri Nov 30 2007 - 00:27:58 CST

> Deliveries to OEMs in 2008, products in 2009. From their own Web site.
Got it. FAQ at

> Laser printers would be overkill, but I can't see how they could
> fail to work.
I think we beat that one to death one this list. Try the May 2004 archives:

Power requirements alone may preclude lasers in most jurisdictions.

>> We are going to need a good, fast, cheap inkjet printer.
> The Engineer's motto: Good, fast, cheap: Pick two.
I guess it's relative. Back in around '92, the company I was working for
first purchased a color printer for desktop publishing. I think the printer
alone cost over $10,000. My HP business inkjet 2200 -- which I paid around
$300 for in 2002 -- is far faster and better than the $10,000 printer from
1992. I also have an Epson R300 photo printer that I paid $70 a year or so
ago (Fry's) that prints photo quality (albeit a bit slowly) that is
spectacular in comparison to the $10,000 1992 printer.

So, I'd modify your motto to "pick two, or wait."

> Of course, that doesn't allow for advances in technology, which this
> is supposed to be.
Yes, over time, we really do seem to be getting technology that is cheaper,
faster, and better.

Alan D.

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