Samsung reveal new concept printers at IFA 2014

concept printersSamsung have unveiled their new collection of innovative concept printers at IFA 2014, showing off just why they landed the iF Design Award in the Concept Design category.

The four Samsung concept printers, which are designed for the home and office, come in a range of bright colours, unconventional designs and contain eco-friendly features such as the option to use recycled paper.

Samsung have said that they expect the new concept printers to play an important role in the growing trend for mobile printing.

“Samsung’s concept printers are designed to be simple, mobile and quick to use,” said Mark Ash, General Manager, Print Division, Samsung Electronics UK and Ireland. “We developed our design concept printers to apply the mobile printing trend in the home and office and the increasing trend for eco-friendly technology.

“We are excited to be able to deliver a new printing experience for small businesses and home offices alike.”

Introducing the Samsung concept printers: 

With the growing trend for mobile printing, ‘Vase’ is a mono laser printer that takes up minimal space. Its standing design enables the user to feed the paper vertically to save space and is available in a range of neutral colours so that it blends in with the design of the living room.

‘Egg Tray’ is an eco-friendly toner cartridge package created with fully recyclable paper. Instead of the conventional paper box with an air shock absorbent, manual, and warranty card, the ‘Egg Tray’ uses one pulp-molded tray and recycled paper. This not only reduces material costs, but is also more environmentally friendly.

‘One & One’ is a mono laser printer with a hybrid design that can print in two different colours. The two cartridges enable users to print in cyan, magenta, or yellow to complement the standard black toner.

‘Mate’ is a mono laser printer that enables people to customise the colour of the device using coloured panels allowing users to change the colours according to their personal preference.