My spin: Dell – I guess it’s printer business is doing well. Or believe me, Dell would NOT be expanding it!!
Cne: LAS VEGAS–Dell has signed agreements with three new partners in an effort to expand its imaging and printing business this year.
As expected, the Round Rock, Texas, PC maker used the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to make public its plans to work with Fuji Xerox, Kodak and Samsung to increase the number of printing devices it offers.
Dell said that the partnerships will add to its existing relationship with Lexmark, which manufactures Dell’s current line of printers. That Lexmark-built printer line, which the PC maker released in March 2003, includes several inkjet, multifunction and laser printers, designed for consumers and businesses.
“Our relationship with Lexmark has been very successful for both companies. By joining talents with those of Fuji Xerox, Kodak and Samsung, we can expand even wider the breadth of imaging and printing solutions customers are seeking from us,” Tim Peters, general manager of Dell’s Imaging and Printing group, said in a statement Thursday. (full story)
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