In pictures: Samsung goes all out for printer launch

Aug 16, 2012
  Samsung has managed to shrink its CLX-6260FW more than half its original size with the new model. The new printer weighs just 12kgs, compared to its predecessor's 20kgs - the two are compared side by side in the above image. Samsung told CRN it had rejigged the interior and cartridges to lie flat instead of upright, significantly slimming down the machine. The range includes the CLX-6260FD and 6260FR. Its got a dual CPU, has upgraded to a 4.3in colour touchscreen over traditional buttons, and also includes an anti-jam roller. It retails for $833 and is at the high-end of Samsung's new models.  
 
Samsung has managed to shrink its CLX-6260FW more than half its original size with the new model. The new printer weighs just 12kgs, compared to its predecessor's 20kgs - the two are compared side by side in the above image. Samsung told CRN it had rejigged the interior and cartridges to lie flat instead of upright, significantly slimming down the machine. The range includes the CLX-6260FD and 6260FR. Its got a dual CPU, has upgraded to a 4.3in colour touchscreen over traditional buttons, and also includes an anti-jam roller. It retails for $833 and is at the high-end of Samsung's new models.
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