Lexmark leads in printer innovation

Lexmark has reported that there has been considerable interest in its line of inkjet printers at this years show despite a slow start.

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By  Kieran Potts Published  October 18, 2001

Lexmark has reported that there has been considerable interest in its line of inkjet printers at this years show. Peter Wade, marketing manager for the Middle East, says this has been his thirteenth Gitex and, despite a slow start, traffic has built-up over the week.

“We have a completely new range of printers — inkjet, lazer, monochrome and colour — and this has brought much attention to our stand,” he said.

One of the most innovative printers on the stand is the new Lexmark i3 colour ‘Netprinter’. It can be connected to televisions to print on-screen images, or used as a normal PC printer. Its design, however, looks more like a VHS, and it is also stackable, saving space on your desktop.

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