LG Machjet LPP6010N is the fastest printer yet
Everyone is obsessed with the need for speed – otherwise, how else do you explain the ever increasing speed found in your computer processor as well as higher frame rates in video games? Printers aren’t exempt from this technological rat race too, you know, with the LG Machjet LPP6010N laying claim to be the fastest A4 color desktop printer in the world. It will be made available later this month via authorized LG resellers and channel partners, so do keep a keen eye out if you’re interested in upgrading your office or home’s printer to the LG Machjet LPP6010N.
Printing technology has long been limited to laser and traditional inkjet systems, but the Machjet ushers in a totally new world of printing technology which makes it possible to deliver high-quality color printing at unbelievable speeds and quality. Thanks to Memjet’s ground-breaking, high-density page-wide printheads and components, these will allow enable printers to operate twice as fast while costing half of what it normally does to run traditional color office printers (on average, of course).
The Machjet will deliver high-quality color outputs in 1600 x 800 dpi resolution at 60 pages per minute, and thanks to Memjet’s proprietary Page Straight Array (PSA) Technology, it will manage to cram in over 70,000 ink nozzles on a single printhead — that makes it 17 times more the nozzle density compared to traditional printheads, which means the Machjet can offer over 700 million drops of ink per second on a page.
Printers that are “powered by Memjet” might be super fast, but that doesn’t mean they are going to burn a hole in your pocket because of electricity consumption. No sir, they are also energy efficient and less expensive to operate, consuming a mere 32W of juice when operating which makes it more power efficient compared to other laser printers that are out there in the market. With Machjet’s Hyper Small Drop Technology, operational costs are reduced further, letting the Machjet take advantage of smaller droplets to minimize the amount of ink required to render clean, crisp text and images at high speed.