Saturday, February 25, 2012

Types of Laser Printers From Samsung

Laser printers are a common type of device able to quickly and efficiently produce text and graphics on a sheet of plain paper. These devices work by employing a xerographic printing process, different from traditional analogue photocopiers. In a laser printer, the image and/or text is produced via a laser scanning directly over the photoreceptor. Printers with this technology are always growing in popularity, as they do not require ink and are able to print at greatly increased speeds. Samsung offers many types of printers for sale.
Types of Laser Printers - Black & White
Samsung offers a variety of black & white laser printers. These devices are dependable, steady and can easily trump competitors in terms of capability of monthly output. Easily the most popular printer is the Mono Laser Single Function Printer, a wireless, duplex printer. It is capable of automatic duplex printing and can print up to 29 pages per minute. This allows the device to increase productivity and save money. It is also eco-friendly, providing an "eco-mode button" which sets up features such as duplex printing and toner saving. Lastly, the printer is completely wireless, enabling it to be used by multiple computers with no cords to trip over. It is no wonder this printer won an editor's choice award. The wired version is slightly cheaper and still contains many of the important features.
Types of Laser Printers - Color
The laser color printers offered by Samsung are extremely popular and well-reviewed. It is no surprise, given the efficiency and quality of the prints provided.The CLP-325W Color Printer is the cheaper option at just $200. It is great for home use and has a very sleek and stylish look. It offers one touch wi-fi connection and features Samsung's special polymerized toner for even better prints. The CLP-620ND Color Printer is twice the cost, but is able to perform at a better rate than the smaller version. It can print at up to 21 pages per minute, even in color. A fantastic 700 MHz CPU and 256 MB of memory ensure that this printer can handle the job even in a demanding office space.
Samsung printers are certainly a bargain, providing an inexpensive and environmentally friendly way to print, even in a chaotic office environment. Samsung's products come highly recommended, so do not hesitate to further investigate the details of these popular printers. Buy Samsung printers today!

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Wireless Waiter Paging: Wiring the World Without Wires

In the past, people talked by organizing face-to-face meetings, sharing their thoughts and views in person. Soon, technology made a giant leap with wired telecoms which allowed people to reach out to each other without necessarily being physically present. Not long after that, technology has come up with a way for people to talk without being tethered by a piece of wire.
Wireless telecoms keep parties connected with each other even though they are in opposite sides of the world. Because of the ease and convenience it brings, it has seen many applications in modern lifestyle, from mobile phones, two-way radios, wi-fi internet to waiter paging systems. Much has been written about the first three, but not a lot people know about the benefits wireless waiter paging has to offer.
If you run a very big restaurant and want to monitor every nook and cranny, you will need spools of wires for that. With a wireless waiter paging system, all you will need is a central transmitter and some pagers for your waiters to carry. The transmitter can cover an area as big as a thousand yards or more.
Most paging systems have a built-in range test mode to determine just how far the transmitter can reach. While the systems have enough range to cover the entire restaurant, it pays to know how big your restaurant is. You can purchase an extended range antenna to boost the range of your current transmitter.
Waiter paging systems are built to make serving food and other activities more organized. By fitting your waiters and staff with a pager, instead of looking all over the bar for them, you can simply press the button and let them come to you. This way, you won't bother other waiters by asking them whether or not they have seen this fellow waiter. Business activity has to be in full and continuous swing especially during peak hours.
Today, you seldom need wires to make sure you have control over your restaurant. Thanks to the advancements in modern technology, your establishment can be "wired without using any wires" through the use of waiter paging systems. This will enable you to provide excellent customer service that will keep old and new patrons coming back for more.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Infrared Technologies - What Can We Use Them For in the Future?

Not long ago, I had an interesting conversation about the challenges of future infrared technologies and how they might limit our personal freedoms. Perhaps, you've heard that infrared is being used to help police catch folks growing illegal plants (drugs) in their homes, and they use this with a combination of watching the usage on these new smart meters, that makes sense and it makes their policing job perhaps easier. Still, there are issues with our Constitution regarding search and seizure, as you can readily see.
Of course, our laws hadn't accounted for these new technologies until perhaps about 10-years ago, and now there is some case law on the books, some might see these cases as counter to the spirit of the Constitution and yet, this is how the courts have chosen to interpret these things, thus, these cases stand, and therefore, perhaps we might discuss all this.
You see, more and more miniature UAVs are being used by enforcement agencies, some call these units MAVs or Micro Air Vehicles, but regardless of what you call them, many of them do have infrared scanners aboard to catch evading suspects running from the police. That also makes sense, well until one of those UAVs comes after an innocent man in violation of his rights as a citizen.
Anyway, my acquaintance had inquired about these types of infrared sensors being used here at home, and so I asked; what are you trying to do or what application are you considering - for instance self-driving car sensors to prevent pedestrian deaths, robotic sentry facility security, search and rescue, Sci Fi work alien vs. human, lie detector tests for podium pushing politicians, fever or sickness detection in crowds, soldier protection against unmanned enemy robots, sportswear heat ventilation?
In any case the examples above are most of where my thoughts have been with regards to IR heat signatures of humans, but I've also considered the need for a study of brain temperatures vs. depression, mania, and crowd control, along with cell phone microwave frequencies and brain overheating or deep stimulation and emotion. Infrared can assist in so many sub-categories, thus, it is very important to understand - for future innovations.
Although my acquaintance was not at liberty to explain his new use of this technology or what new invention he'd come up with, you can bet that this will be in the media and science news for decades to come, along with anti-infrared systems for camouflage for military personnel in the battlespace. Indeed, I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.