Samsung at CES 2011

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Samsung held a major presence at CES 2011 with one of the largest booths at the show and a flurry of product announcements over the past month culminating the Wednesday before the show kicked off.

Thanks to the sheer size, the signature blue and white design and an impressive array of products both new and old, I had no problem finding Samsung’s booth located in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. But once I entered the booth, it was a different story; I found myself getting turned around looking for the section designated to Samsung’s printer lineup.

Since it was a small section compared to the big draw TV and digital camera areas, Samsung had only one of two new printers, the CLX-3185fw, announced towards the end of December on display as well as a demo of their new MobilePrint app announced on Wednesday.

The CLX-3185fw features Samsung’s brand new Polymerized Chemical Toner saving customers money by creating high-gloss images with less image destruction at a lower fusing temperature equating to a reduction in energy use up to 35%.

Other features include print, scan, copy and fax capabilities as well as print speeds up to 17 ppm in black and built-in wireless connectivity.

With an estimated price tag of $399.99 and a low cost per page, the CLX-3185fw can fit in both a home office and a small business.

And with the introduction of Samsung’s new MobilePrint App for Android and iOS mobile devices, customers can print directly to or receive scanned images from the CLX-3185fw or any networked Samsung printer with limited effort.

Check out our video demo of the Samsung MobilePrint App using the new Galaxy Tablet at the Samsung booth now!

And continue to visit PrinterComparison for all things printer related coming out of CES 2011. Or get a comprehensive look at the show at our TechnologyGuide CES 2011 home page!



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