The Apollo line ostensibly exploits two industry trends: The printers will be available as stand-alone items, but Garde said the company is aggressively pursuing a strategy of bundling them with PCs. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. Don’t show this again.
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Apollo P2500U Ink
We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. But some industry observers question whether these products will compete effectively against established low-end players like LexMark and Canon.
The Apolloi is identical to theaccording to the company, but comes with an expanded software bundle and will likely be sold primarily through retail bundles. But not only do the Apollo printers not currently offer iMac compatibility, rival Epson is expected to release a printer designed specifically for use with the iMac later this year, the Appllo Color i.
The choice demonstrates the company’s strategy of turning the printer into a consumer electronics item like a telephone or toaster. The printers will be available as stand-alone items, but Garde said the company is aggressively pursuing a strategy of bundling them with PCs.
January 2, 4: Apollo’s debut printers, the P series, feature HP’s inkjet technology.
Hewlett-Packard’s Apollo subsidiary today announces the first products to come from the new venture: In addition, although the new line leverages the HP brand name in a logo on each printer, the printers do not offer cutting-edge printing performance that HP is known for, analysts say. Hewlett-Packard’s Apollo subsidiary today announced the first products to come from the new venture: Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic.
Apollo PU Inkjet Printer – Verdartanosyan
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Also today, Apollo announced its retail partners, which include some names not generally associated with high-tech purchases, such as WalMart. The printers, which will be available in blue and white, as well as gray, seem to emulate the iMac design, with rounded edges and colorful hardware.
Apollo printers will also be available at BestBuyOfficeDepot. But the printers introduced today are not the lowest-priced on the market, and are currently not apolpo with Apple’s iMac, the egg-shaped computer which has sparked the technology industry’s renewed interest in industrial design. The Apollo line ostensibly exploits two industry trends: