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Hi All,

HP just made some new printing announcements that could be of interest.
I posted the press release on www.dimagemaker.com

Cheers,

Wayne

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On 24 Aug 2005 04:25:11 -0700, "wayne" <wayne@dimagemaker.com> wrote:

>Hi All,
>
>HP just made some new printing announcements that could be of interest.
>I posted the press release on www.dimagemaker.com

And I get some weird message about a SELECT command. Are you running
a database there? Anyway, the site doesn't grant access.
 
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"Father Kodak" <dont_bother@IDontCare.COM> wrote in message
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> On 24 Aug 2005 04:25:11 -0700, "wayne" <wayne@dimagemaker.com> wrote:
>>HP just made some new printing announcements that could be of interest.
>>I posted the press release on www.dimagemaker.com
>
> And I get some weird message about a SELECT command. Are you running
> a database there? Anyway, the site doesn't grant access.


I'm getting that now, too, though I got straight through the first time I
looked.

It is/was about the 'new' technology that HP are getting excited over i.e
fixed print heads. They have upped the nozzle count and the size of the
heads to allow - they suggest - twice the speed of laser printers. They
also suggest lower running costs than lasers which I'll believe when I
experience it. They also talk of six colour-coordinated ink tanks.

It's some years since I foreswore Epson printers on the grounds of their
terminally clogging heads so, intuitively, I'm not too encouraged by this
development. I haven't used one myself but HP have been making fixed-head
business models for some time, apparently without the generic frailty of the
Epson's so perhaps they've just got a better grasp of the technology
required. Oh, and at least HP heads are user-replaceable - on the business
models that is - I don't recall the blurb covering such details for the new
models but I would expect it.

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Regards,
Chris Luck
 
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