Prepeat rewritable printer uses no ink, no toner - CNET Asia Blogs: Tokyo Shift by Rick Martin, Japan
Sounds like a great concept... inkless printer and rewritable paper. But at what cost, and at what quality? It would be unfair to speculate about the quality (except to comment that its targetted for "documents" which require less resolution of course and have less quality concerns than regular home or office printing jobs), but we can talk about the cost since Sanwa (the manufacturer of this ink less and toner less printer) has published that it will probably be priced around $5600 per printer and the paper at $3360 per lot (1000 sheets of paper per lot).
That sounds like a lot of money to any small business...
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