Memjet Brings Powerful Printer to UK Market

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Memjet announced the “world’s fastest office color printer”, the Lomond EvoJet 2 desktop color printer, will now be offered in the UK market.

San Diego, Calif.-based Memjet works with OEM partners around the world including Oc?, a Canon Company,
Toshiba TEC, Lenovo and LG by providing the core technology and components.

The Lomond EvoJet 2 desktop printer is touted as the world’s fastest office printer offering full bleed A4 color pages in a single second, thus offering all businesses record levels of productivity at an affordable price.

The new device is a second-generation printer from Lomond and features a new design and key productivity improvements including a larger manual feed tray, LCD screen and functional on-board keypad, according to the vendor. The Lomond EvoJet 2 offers print speeds of 60 pages per minute (ppm) and supports a wide range of media.

The Memjet print technology represents the first major printing breakthrough in more than 20 years, according to the company, who proposes that it will spur color printing usage in businesses which up until now has been deemed too slow and too expensive compared to black and white printing.

The breakthrough Memjet technology is achieved through a combination of its stationary, page-wide print head, unique nozzle design and silicon chip design. The print head uses more than 70,000 ink nozzles enabling it to reach faster speeds than traditional laser and inkjet technologies.

In the UK product rollout, businesses will be offered a new pricing model or print contract based on a monthly all-in basis, for the first time. The goal of the print contract is to enable organizations of all sizes to enjoy a fixed price agreement for better office budgeting while enabling more affordable color printing.

The details of the introduction of the Lomond EvoJet 2 color printer in the US market and pricing models have not been disclosed.

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