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This is PaperLab: Epson says itâ€™s the worldâ€™s first printer to take waste paper and instantly transform it into new paperâ€”onsite, in your office.
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If you hate your printer, itâ€™s only because you havenâ€™t tried a Brother yet, and Amazonâ€™s offering a fantastic deal on an entry level model, today only.
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Ink printers are such an annoying thing to deal with, especially when you have to constantly replace cartridges.Â ThankfullyÂ Epson seems to be fully aware of this, which is why the company has figured out how to deliver a printer that can purportedly run for years without needing an ink change.
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Some lovely art atop your latteâ€™s foam: a perk of frequenting a fancy cafe. But a new machine called the Ripple promises to make it commonplace at any coffee shopâ€”and the foam can spell out any message you like!
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After graduating from Harvard, Grace Choi decided that she wanted to target the makeup industry with a low-cost device that would actually let consumers simply print their own. And while she's working on perfecting (and raising the needed funding) to put her Mink printer into production, she's created a tutorial on how to hack a run-of-the-mill inkjet to actually print makeup.
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A smartphone in your hand can replace a wallet full of paper notes and receipts, but there are still times when a printed copy of what's on your phone can be handy; whether it be for sharing a map with someone, or following an online recipe without getting your device dirty. And that's exactly why this tiny printer that makes hard copies of your iPhone's screen could be a wonderful accessory.
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