The dust in Cupertino has settled and the world has officially been introduced to the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s, but those hoping for more from Apple were likely disappointed by Tuesday's more intimate presentation. But much like the iPhone 5 and previous handsets, they're likely to sell like hotcakes when they hit the streets on Sept. 20, so let's not go predicting Apple's demise quite yet...
Epson is calling their latest line of printers “small-in-one,” a nod to their packing a ton of features into a single compact package. At 15.4 by 13.3 by 7.5 inches with all the trays folded up, the XP-800 isn’t exactly small, but it is smaller than many similarly-equipped all-in-ones.
Since the dawn of time, humans have never faltered from their ambitions to climb the tallest mountains, read the longest books, and buy the largest televisions. These things dictated what it meant to be human—but no longer. With the release of Epson’s new MegaPlex MG-850HD we may never buy another television again. It’s that good.
Who’s ready for some Halloween weekend? We sure are, it’s been a long and busy last full week of October with more tricks than treats. As always, however, the internet has plenty of love to give, including a sneak peek at Photoshop CS6, more Apple software updates, game updates and even a BlackBerry PlayBook promotion to chuckle about. Here’s the latest for this Friday, October 28, 2011.
Wireless all-in-one inkjet printers are all the rage these days, and from a quick glance at the specs, you’d be led to believe that they’re mostly the same. The reality is, all wireless printers are not created equal, so we rounded up six Mac-compatible units (each from a different manufacturer) to find out which one is worth your time and money.
When it comes to compact photo printers, we don’t usually hope for a
whole lot in the way of extras. That’s because the most we’d expect to
pay for a 4x6 photo printer is about 100 bucks, and the initially low
cost of printing at home piles up over time as ink and paper are
All-in-one printers do everything, but usually at the expense of
excelling at any single job. Not so with the Epson Artisan 810, which
quickly spits out high-quality photographic prints and also ably takes
care of your scanning, copying, and standard printing needs.