THE BUSI­NESS SIDE OF THINGS

HWM (Malaysia) - - SPECIAL -

On the sub­ject of busi­ness, Sam­sung also in­tro­duced two new printer ranges for the cor­po­rate world. The com­pany un­veiled a mono laser printer, the Xpress M2885 se­ries, and a color laser printer, the Xpress C1865 se­ries. As their names would de­note, these print­ers were de­signed to of­fer fast print­ing speeds for both documents and im­ages. But Sam­sung had gone a step fur­ther by in­cor­po­rat­ing NFC and Wi-Fi Di­rect tech­nol­ogy into these print­ers. Ef­fec­tively, this makes both mod­els com­pat­i­ble with any smart de­vice that is NFC-ca­pa­ble (in this case, a Sam­sung smart­phone or tablet would suf­fice).

Be­yond the pre­sen­ta­tion, the halls also show­cased a lot of other elec­tron­ics. One such de­vice that caught our eye was the com­pany’s pro­fes­sional dis­plays. These dis­plays aren’t your con­ven­tional dis­play so­lu­tions and are usu­ally used in more commercial ar­eas, such as shop­ping malls or cor­po­rate build­ings. Usu­ally, the im­age qual­ity on these dis­plays tends to be rel­a­tively grainy, but again, as be­fore, these dis­plays def­i­nitely showed a great deal of clar­ity and sharp­ness in its imag­ing.

Sam­sung’s new Pro­fes­sional Dis­plays made head­way at the Fo­rum.

The Xpress C1865 color printer se­ries.

The all-new Xpress M2885 Se­ries mono laser printer.

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