Samsung Hops Back on Android Bandwagon with Printers

Samsung Australia has announced the availability of its first Android-powered printer range.

According to Samsung, the Smart MultiXpress series will include eight multi-function device printer models, all of which have been designed to operate independently without the need for a PC app.

Each printer will be powered by the Android operating system, which will mean the printers will have “great printing app scalability”, the company said, similar to its smartphone technology.

Todd Lynton, director of enterprise and small medium business, Samsung Electronics Australia, said the company is committed to maximizing the productivity for Australian companies.

“Our new printer line combines advanced printing technology innovation and performance with the user-friendly Android operating system to provide businesses and IT administrators with Samsung’s smart office experience,” he said.

The release of the Android-powered printer range follows Samsung’s recent efforts to push its Tizen operating platform on the market. The open-source operating system based on Linux saw the light of day last week, when Samsung launched its first Tizen-powered smartphone, the Samsung Z1, in India.

Source: zdnet


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