The Canon ImagePRESS C7000VP!

Check this out. It’s a printer. Only you’re very unlikely to be able to pick it up from PC World this weekend, primarily because you can’t pick it up and even if you could it wouldn’t fit in your car. It wouldn’t even fit in your dad’s mate’s van. Not even a long wheelbase.

The ImagePRESS C7000 is 33 feet long, but can do 70 pages a minute at 1200 dpi. It’s quite impractical, thinking about it, but there’s something strangely fascinating about printers this big. Look. It’s fantastic. It’s like a mini factory.


Zink announces camera/printer hybrid and standalone printer

Zink, an American company we’ve been hearing a little about in recent months, has finally confirmed two of their first products they’ll be launching shortly, and I must say, I’m sceptical as to whether they’ll be successful or not. Previous companies such as Fujifilm and Olympus have tried converging cameras and printers together, and not made much of a splash in the market…

Dell introduce their smallest desktop colour laser printer 1320c

dell_colour_laser_printer_1320c.jpgDell has announced the launch of its new Colour Laser Printer 1320c, its smallest ever printer designed to fit on your desk.

Designed to replace the current 3010cn, it offers three times the colour print speed, at up to 12 colour A4 pages per minute, in a more compact design and costing £226.OI

It can also print in black and white at up to 16 A4 pages per minute. It has just two buttons to control it, and features side loading toners which are simple to fit and promise to be mess-free.