A Memjet printer cranks out photo-quality pages at four times the rate of the average laser model and much more quickly than your standard inkjet. The nine-inch fixed print head covers the width of a letter-size sheet of paper. As the paper passes underneath, 70,400 nozzles—17 times as many as in an inkjet—deposit 774 million dots of ink per second. Although the technology was introduced in 2009, this year Lenovo launched the first consumer Memjet printer in China, and a handful of other companies, including LG, have licensed the design to use in photo printers in the next year. From $600 (est.)
Thanks,but for $600,my old Canon inkjet on draft mode is plenty fast enough..
Seems kind of stupid.
17 times as many nozzles mean 17 times as many clogs. Murphy's law says this thing will be a maintenance nightmare. Plus the cost problem of ink jets still exists.
Probably more efficient to just get 4 laser printers running off a single print spool.