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Articles by Lamont Wood
posted in November 2010
Hands-on review shows that the approach has some merit, if using paper as an output device is not too retro for you, and if they can improve reliability.
Printer vendor is installing a rooftop solar energy system on its headquarters building in California.
A close look shows that the use of ColorLok technology does have an impact on output quality, especially in duplex mode.
IBM is boasting that its one of its x86 servers beat an HP x86 server on a TPC benchmark by 27 percent. But when you look closer you see that life is not that simple.
Climbing energy costs will eventually cripple IT if changes are not made, but there appears to be plenty of room for increased efficiencies.
SMB printers themselves may not be changing dramatically, but the application software is, and interfaces will continue to evolve.
Wide-format HP inkjet allows remote printing of plans and diagrams. Scanning and copying is also supported.
Of course, it's the Wi-Fi ports on those printers that are going to waste, meaning that the buyers paid extra for nothing. But there are reasons for that.
Of course, they should be large, pricey workgroup printers. Or you can cut the cord and use electronic documents, but that never seems to happen.
It used to be assumed that data was a pristine resource, freeing us from the old economy with its belching smokestacks. That was wrong.