SilverBrook claims to have developed a new type of “Memjet” printer technology. This device “supposedly uses a printhead that spans the width of an A4 page.” Best of all, it’s capable of printing at speeds of up to 2 pages per second. One drawback, it’ll set you back $2,995. Availability has not yet been announced. Continue reading to watch a demo.

If we ignore this dodgy presentation, there’s at least one “innovation” that Silverbrook is promising that could be met by any other printer manufacturer overnight: a relatively reasonable ink cost of 50ml for under $20

[via Engadget]

SilverBrook claims to have developed a new type of “Memjet” printer technology. This device “supposedly uses a printhead that spans the width of an A4 page.” Best of all, it’s capable of printing at speeds of up to 2 pages per second. One drawback, it’ll set you back $2,995. Availability has not yet been announced. Continue reading to watch a demo.

If we ignore this dodgy presentation, there’s at least one “innovation” that Silverbrook is promising that could be met by any other printer manufacturer overnight: a relatively reasonable ink cost of 50ml for under $20

[via Engadget]