David Gibbons shares this week’s top imaging news stories:
1. Despite all the gloom over fewer printer sales in 2012, the number of wireless printers being sold has increased;
2. China has developed a CPU chip for use in printers, aiming to resolve security issues and to break the western manufacturing monopoly;
3. The printing consumables industry has made a huge impact on the Xiangzhou District of Zhuhai in China.
4. Remanufacturers in India are invited to join the Managed Print Services Association to gain better interaction with the government and improved, ongoing skills training;
5. The world’s smallest printer, called the Little Printer, is about to be released to help consumers print out hard copies of data from their every-day life;
6. Epson is telling the 740,000 small businesses in Australia to replace their laser printers with inkjet printers because they are better for the environment;
7. Two British men have been jailed for counterfeiting cartridges worth £2.5million over three years;
8. Fuji Xerox will start building a factory in northern Vietnam which will manufacture two million digital color multifunction printers and small-sized LED printers every year;
9. Charles Brewer updates us on how Managed Print Services is faring.
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