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Before you guys continue reading this blog post, if you are the students, you MUST read this blog post! A weeks a go, I just bought a HP Printer K209a together with my friend in Digital Mall PJ. So, I gonna share something.
You gonna thanks to me when you need to print a lot of assignment. I found the solution for you 😉
A stylish, easy-to-use all-in-one printer which produces photos with resolutions close to the original? Production of text documents in decent quality fit for official and personal at a modest cost? Look no further than the HP Deskjet K209a, where you can print, scan and copy with minimal fuss.
The HP Deskjet Ink Advantage All-in-One Printer K209a (available for RM319) boosts efficiency by producing crisp black text documents and vibrant color images at speeds of up to 29 pages per minute (ppm) in black and 23ppm in color, thereby improving productivity. It also has a copying and scanning function for users who need to do it all.
• Low cost inks
• Laser quality black text versus vivid colour graphics and photos
• LCD ink level gauge allows users to know the level of ink left
• Variety of features to choose, from presentation printing, booklet printing, double-page printing, fast/economical printing, with white borders and so much more!
• Very simple instructions and easy to set up
• Feature USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface for further speeding up file transfers
Mono Text (rtf) 16 seconds
Coloured text (rtf) 27 seconds
Text + Graphic (pdf) 35 seconds
Picture in A4 48 seconds
Mono Text (rtf) 18 seconds
Text + Graphics (pdf) 34 seconds
Pictures(jpg) 43 seconds
Photo in A4 (100dpi) 11 seconds
Photo in A4 (300dpi) 28 seconds
Photo in A4 (600dpi) 1 minute35 seconds
So how about the cons?
• Small capacity of the included cartridges is a letdown
• The speed of printing could be faster
So, where else can you get cheap printer + cheap cartridge as well?
If you want more detail, check it out their website: HERE!
Ira Block is coming to Taylor’s University!
Thanks Taylor’s University for their effort to bring Ira Block
Enthusiastic about photography yet not sure where to start? National Geographic photographer, Ira Block, will be conducting the seminar at Taylor’s University, sharing his tips and experiences with everyone!
About Ira Block:
“Ira Block is an internationally renowned photojournalist, teacher, and workshop leader who has produced over 30 stories for the National Geographic Magazine and its affiliates N.G. Traveler and Adventure. He began his career as a newspaper photographer, earning numerous press club awards. As an expert in lighting, Ira is sought after for assignments ranging from shooting ancient artifacts in Greece to photographing dinosaur fossils in the Gobi desert and documenting Moche mummies in Peru. His momentous coffee table book, Saving America’s Treasures was a collaborative effort among the Clinton White House, National Geographic Society, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Ira’s unique vision and outstanding lighting skills have made him the “go to photographer” for complex assignments.
He taught the first creative, digital photography class at the School for Visual Arts in New York City and is frequently called upon to review and critique the latest digital cameras and lenses. Ira has also taught workshops in Bangkok and Maine, Abu Dhabi and San Diego, Boston, Seattle and New York City.
In addition to his editorial work Ira shoots commercial and corporate images, portraits, promotional materials and advertising for leading institutions. He also produces corporate, digital webcast videos.
Ira runs a successful stock photography business and is a frequent blogger on the latest digital camera equipment and lighting issues.”