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March 25th, 2007
OZ Firm Invents New Fast Printer
A Sydney based Company, Silverbrook Research has developed a brand new printer that can print 60 pages a minute and costs under $200. Called the Memjet, the nanotech-fueled, consumer inkjet printer is expected in the market in 2008.
The Company which has spent the last ten years developing the Memjet printer claims that it uses an array of ink jet nozzles that spans the width of the paper. Whether or not the company will be able to deliver on its promises is the question that plagues any startup. But one leading printer analyst said he's witnessed the demonstration personally, and that he's been briefed on the company's plans to manufacture components and license the technology to interested parties.
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