The Key Point Blog


Priya Gohil

Canon’s trailblazing Colorado 1650 printer thrives in rigorous wide format testing

Keypoint Intelligence recently published a test report on the Canon Colorado 1650 printer. This blog explores some of the key features of our findings.



Keypoint Intelligence

Xerox announces the D70n departmental scanner

On February 16th, 2021, Xerox announced a new high-speed scanner designed with connectivity in mind. The new D70n network scanner is set to respond to a company’s digital transformation objectives as needs grow to access more business content.



Lee Davis

A standard protocol for scanning in the future

Applications rely on image capture APIs to acquire images from scanners. TWAIN Direct eliminates the issue of selecting an API by providing a universal image acquisition platform that works seamlessly with the technology that customers prefer.



Deborah Hawkins

Planet, people, and communities are the heart of the matter

Today, HP launched the Impact extension of its Amplify Partner Program that is aimed to drive change in the IT industry. This blog explores the main aspects of this new program.



Eve Padula & Eric Zimmerman

Latex 700 and 800 printer series bring increased versatility and sustainability

With a focus on addressing concerns brought up during the pandemic, HP has furthered its investment in the sign & graphics market and introduced its Latex 700 and 800 printer series, announced updates the Latex Print and Cut Plus series, and highlighted new additions to its PageWide XL printer series at the beginning of February.



Keypoint Intelligence

Digitization for critical paperwork

On January 19th, Epson announced three new scanner solutions: the new RapidReceipt RR-600W, RR-70W, and RR-60. This blog explores the key features of these new devices.



Keypoint Intelligence

Compact devices for home and office

Fujitsu Computer Products of America, Inc. announced the introduction of two new scanner models: the iX1600 and the iX1400, which are part of the ScanSnap series of products. This blog explores their main features and functions.



Jamie Bsales

Cloud-centric infrastructure and support for Windows applications widen its appeal

Konica Minolta’s Workplace Hub “edge” infrastructure computing appliance combines a blade server and essential shared network services with 24/7 remote monitoring and tech support. This blog explores how the Workplace Hub can help those working remote, in the office, or split across both locations.



John Shane & Kaitlin Shaw

Company looks to meet the high demand of printing from home during pandemic

HP recently announced its new HP+ offering, which has expanded its Instant Ink subscription service to include toner. This blog explores this expansion.



Keypoint Intelligence

Bringing value during COVID-19 for the office and home

On November 10, Epson announced a refresh of several desktop workgroup scanners as well as a new network connected scanner. This blog explores the details of these devices.