RRP: Not Available The Deal: Targeted for individual to small home office environments, the Canon MX926 is an all-in-one printer that can print, copy, scan, fax and has ADF functionality. The Verdict: The printer can be easily setup for the even the most non-tech-savvy users. People are guided by highlighted buttons that are only applicable to the function they’re after Continue Reading
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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has instituted proceedings against HP Australia in the Federal Court in Sydney for alleged contraventions of the Australian Consumer Law. The ACCC alleges that HP engaged in misleading or deceptive conduct by making false or misleading representations to consumers in relation to consumers statutory warranty and consumer guarantee; and making false or misleading representations Continue Reading
To celebrate its 75th anniversary, Canon Australia has announced its 75 trips in 75 days Christmas promotion. All customers need to do is spend $90 or more on Canon gear (in one transaction) and they will be in the running for a daily prize of 75 travel experience vouchers. “Canon’s 75 years of imaging leadership has many proud moments, but Continue Reading
Samsung has just launched it’s new A4 printer range consisting of 6 models for consumer, home office and business customers. The range includes the Colour Single Function CLP-365W, CLP-415NW and CLP-680ND; and the Colour Multi-Function CLX-3305DW, CLX-419FW and CLX-6260FW. “Samsung’s latest series comes with new image quality and connectivity smarts that provide significant advancements in Samsung’s printer technology,” said Samsung Continue Reading
Printing out your photos can be time consuming in the age of digital, but Canon believes that using your pics as the basis for creating something is a surefire way to success. And with its four new models in its Everyday Range of Pixma printers, that ability to print anything anytime is looking incredibly easy. With embedded software that helps Continue Reading
Canon has launched a clever marketing campaign for its range of Pixma printers, partnering with the recent launch of Ice Age 4 at the cinemas to encourage families to print, print, print. Combining a dedicated advertisement at screenings of the film some clever online presence, Canon is hoping to capture the imaginations of children by offering exclusive Ice Age 4 Continue Reading
TTmag.com.au was on the show floor at CeBIT yesterday checking out the latest IT products from the likes of Dell, Lenovo, Samsung, HP, Fujitsu and more. The first raft of new products we stumbled across were from Fujitsu, which was showing off a new business focused ultrabook, a range of notebooks and its first consumer tablet with Android 4.0 Ice Continue Reading
Canon Australia will no longer publish recommended retail pricing, citing their use in presenting unfair price comparisons versus actual selling prices online. As well, local prices are being disadvantaged by a lack of GST on imported goods. “We are getting hammered with prices going in different directions and keep taking hits on unfair price comparisons using local RRP versus Continue Reading
According to GfK Digital World and the Consumer Electronics Association, global spending on technology devices is expected to surpass $1 trillion for the first time this year.
Australia is now one step closer to having a national e-waste recycling scheme.