How have printers changed in the past 25 years? They’ve changed plenty in what they can do (it’s tough to get a printer without scanning and copying capabilities nowadays), and in the quality of the paper and the ink used to print out our documents. However, one aspect of the printer that hasn’t changed is that a printer still needs to connect to a computer, whether wirelessly or with a cable, to receive the file it needs to print.
Well, that last aspect hasn’t changed until now, that is.
In this video below, Smallbiztechnology.com’s own Ramon Ray speaks with a representative at Lexmark about what the company has done with its latest line of printers to make them faster, smarter, and more productive.
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