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Canon office products a “departure from the boring”

By Paperstone on September 2, 2008 in Office Supplies

A new range of office products by one of the world’s largest manufacturers has been described as a "departure from the boring old box design" by an industry expert.

To be launched in Japan in June before a European release later this year, Canon’s Selphy CP770 may sound like normal office equipment, but this printer is anything but.

Designed in the shape of a bucket and painted bright yellow, this office equipment will stand out in most workplaces, as it is primarily aimed at children.

Gizmodo’s Kit Eaton writes that the bucket is "supposed to store wires and accessories rather than sand and a collection of worms" and the printer is designed for easy operation, with large buttons.

Mr Eaton added: "When we were kids we just used our Polaroids for instant photos, but since today’s kids have to haul a printer around along with their digital camera, then this design is pretty neat."

Last month, Canon launched a new product designed to help businesses calculate the costs of their office supplies.

Technology developed by Canon and Sepialine can now calculate how much it costs businesses to print documents using their office machines – and also find ways of reducing costs.

At Paperstone we can supply your firm with a wide selection of office machines.


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