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Brother DCP-7065dn Manual

The Brother DCP-7065dn is a monochrome laser printer that hit the stores for the first time in 2010. This printer was aimed at users looking to subsidise on printing costs/photocopying costs for monochrome docu...
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Brother DCP-7040 Manual

Brother DCP-7040 is a laser monochrome printer that was unveiled in 2004 in an effort to meet the ever-growing need for more sustainable printing/photocopying solutions. Upon release, this unit retailed at abou...
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Brother DCP-7020 Manual

The Brother DCP-7020 is a laser printer/copier that was first unveiled in 2005 in line with the company's continued efforts to keep providing users with a cost-effective printing solution for middle-sized set-ups. This unit retailed at about $500 upon its rele...
Difference between Toner and Ink

Explaining the difference between Toner and Ink…

There are two major printing options that are available for individuals and companies to use. First, we have the more common and less expensive inkjet printer that uses ink. Secondly, there is the more precise,...
Satya Nadella Microsoft

Microsoft chief labels broadband Internet a ‘fundamental right’

In the information era, you’re either getting that information in real time or you’re left behind, wondering where everyone is while a massive and only sometimes figurative tsunami is rapidly advancing in your general direction. That’s pretty much the gist ...

Sharp launches two inexpensive monochrome printers

Printing giant Sharp is adding two new monochrome printers to its device lineup, both of which are meant to inject some added variety and accessibility into an already pretty inexpensive category. The newly ann...
Canon ProStream 1800 launches in US

Canon ProStream 1800 launches in the U.S.

The ProStream 1800, Canon’s latest continuous feed inkjet printer, has officially debuted in the United States as of this week. With this being the latest variation of a somewhat niche product, it’s no wonder that Canon is claiming it to be its best one yet. L...
3D Printed Heart

3D printing taking over medical device market

The main allure of 3D printing has always been inseparable from the idea of disintegrating some of the world’s fattest profit margins in a manner so fast and furious that a Nobel prize or three are not out of t...
HP Printer Not Printing Black Ink

HP Printer not printing black ink? Let’s fix it:

Out of the various issues printer users experience, we'd say that the HP printer not printing black ink is right up there (or is it down there?) with the basics. Why? Well, because ink is black, of course. I...
Mike Tyson 3D printing Drinks

Mike Tyson’s million-dollar idea: 3D-printing cannabis sodas

The 3D printing industry already yielded so many amazing solutions and initiatives helping humanity continue marching toward a brighter future, but pairing Mike Tyson with marijuana may just be its biggest such feat to date. While it’s still unclear how the re...
3D printed headphones

First 3D-printed headphones (that don’t suck) are here

After five years of continuous research and development, not to mention a much longer period of industry-wide anticipation, the 3D printing industry may have just delivered its first pair of inexpensive headphones that relay sound better than yelling at someon...
3D Printer Weaponry

Closest thing to 3D-printed gunpowder is now a reality

In a development that’s equal parts significant and terrifying, science has found an alternative to gunpowder that 3D-printed guns may have been missing all these years. Fittingly, the discovery originates from...
Where to find WPS PIN on HP printer

How to find the WPS PIN on your HP printer?

So, you have your printer all set up and ready to print. You've decided to go the wireless route: connecting your printer to the PC and queueing job from wherever you want. Neat. There's just one problem: the printer is giving you an "enter the WPS PIN for...
3D Printer a House

Belgians just 3D-printed a two-story house

If you thought 3D printing milestones have gotten less exciting in recent times… you’re right, they have. Luckily, Belgium just managed something that will reinvigorate anyone’s dwindling enthusiasm about this ...
3D Printing on the rise in Europe

3D printing industry on massive upswing in Europe

The Old Continent has been extremely conducive to the scientific development of 3D printing, new industry data reveals. As reported by the European Union Patent and Trademark Office, the number of EU patent app...
HP Printer alignment failed

HP Printer alignment failed? Here’s how to solve it:

You got your new printing machine. You went through the HP printer setup process. No issues. You got some blank pages and are ready to print. In your mind, there's nothing stopping you from dishing out neat-looking legal documents or awesome prints of photos a...
What is remanufactured Ink

What is remanufactured ink and should you buy it?

Every big market creates one or more sub-markets, so to speak. The housing market creates a plumbing market, an interior decor market and a gardening market. The car market creates a rim market and an exhaust market. You see where we're going with this. Now...
What is HP ePrint

What is HP ePrint and do you need it?

Remember that time when printers were considered a computer accessory? Yeah, those times are looking to pass us pretty quick. These days, printers have their own navigation system and even an LCD screen to help...