Posted on Jun 26 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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The Philips PicoPix PPX4935 projector is clear proof that good things really do come in small packages. The PicoPix PPX4935 is a versatile, pocket-sized projector designed for all-round performance in business, education/training and the home. Compact but powerful, it is ideal for displaying PowerPoint and Excel fies, as well as video games, YouTube videos and streamed movies and TV. Thanks to its...

Posted on Jun 25 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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Present anywhere Ricoh’s latest portable projectors, the PJ WX4152N and PJ WX4152NI, can be placed just inches from the display surface, making them ideal for smaller offices and classrooms, as well as trade shows and impromptu meetings. With 1280 x 800 WXGA resolution, a projection brightness of up to 3,500 lumens and contrast ratios of up to 13,000:1, they can project sharp, colourrich, high-defiition...

Posted on Jun 23 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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ChairCompare finds the seating that matches your requirements The UK’s first chair comparison website, ChairCompare.com, is being launched to increase choice and convenience for anyone looking to buy chairs for an office, home office, restaurant, theatre or conference centre. ChairCompare does not sell seating but offers free, independent information and guidance to steer the buyer towards the products...

Posted on Jun 22 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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Video conferencing is finally living up to its potential. Tayla Ansell explains why On the face of it, video conferencing seems like an ideal solution for today’s globalised economy. The ability to bring people together across different geographical regions saves time, reduces travel costs and lowers carbon emissions, and, unlike audio-conferencing, participants can see each other’s facial expressions...

Posted on Jun 22 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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Samsung’s new all-in-one IP phone system offers easy integration with smartphones, including seamless handover from Wi-Fi to GSM and from desktop phones to mobiles. In the last few years, mobility has gone mainstream. Once an option – a necessity even – for sales people and knowledge workers, mobile working is now standard for employees at all levels of an organisation and in all departments. According...

Posted on Jun 20 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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Monmouthshire Housing Association is looking forward to savings of £24,000 after installing environmentally-friendly Toshiba TEC MFPs running Papercut print management software. Since it was established in 2008, Monmouthshire Housing Association’s primary objectives have been to provide and manage affordable homes across this historic Welsh county, to make sure that its 3,600 homes and 290 leasehold...

On Thursday 31st March 2016 the price of postage changed once again as Royal Mail announced their annual prices changes. Amongst other services, the core products will see an increase of 1p on First class letters to 64p and second class letters also increasing by 1p to 55p. Under the updated Royal Mail tariff, franking machines will continue to provide customers with significant discounts over the...

Posted on Jun 18 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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Brother, too, is offering an alternative to departmental A3 devices in the form of its L6000, L6300, L6600, L6800 and L5000 Workgroup series. It says that instead of spending money on a large A3 departmental MFP that employees must walk to to collect their prints, it makes more sense from a financial and productivity perspective to distribute a number of smaller devices throughout the office close...

Posted on Jun 17 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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The KYOCERA TASKalfa 306ci/356ci/ 408ci MFPs don’t print in A3, but they do have the productive finishing features and solutions capability normally only found on more expensive, bulkier departmental A3 MFPs. KYOCERA Document Solutions (UK) Marketing Director Nigel Allen said: “The new products are ideal for organisations with tight budgets that print exclusively in A4, despite needing advanced...

Posted on Jun 16 2016 - 8:05am by John Peters
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Lexmark’s new A4 colour lasers for large workgroups boast a tablet-like interface for ease of use, high capacity toners for lower running costs and quad core processors for productivity. Another time-saving feature of Lexmark CS720/725/820 series printers and Lexmark CX725/820/825/860 series MFPs is a new unified Scan Center app, which enables users to scan a paper document and route the file to...