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Printer Claims 60 Pages Per Minute

by Paul Strauss
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Memjet High Speed Inkjet Printer A company that has spent the last thirteen years researching inkjet printing technologies (yet never released a product) claims they have developed a technology which will allow desktop printers to print at ridiculously fast speeds.

Australia’s Silverbrook Research has circulated a video of the prototype device in action, churning out pages at an astounding thirty pages per minute in full color, sixty pages in black and white:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1996259363769507120

Their “Memjet” technology claims to achieves these stellar speeds by using a print head that spans the entire width of a page. The printer has a target retail price of $150 and a cost per print of $0.02 to $0.06 which would be substantially less than today’s inkjet printers.

[via Texyt via Engadget]

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