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37% off DYMO LabelWriter 450 Turbo Thermal Label Printer - Deal Alert

Create and print up to 71 address, shipping, file folder and barcode labels, name badges and more per minute. Prints USPS-approved postage as well. Thermal printing technology eliminates the ongoing need for ink or toner.

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Save Up to 44% on Select HP Inkjet Printers - Deal Alert

Amazon is featuring discounts of up to 44% on various HP OfficeJet Pro and Envy wireless printers with Mobile printing, for a limited time.

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Save $1,100 on the HP LaserJet Enterprise M506dh Printer By Using This Code - Deal Alert

HP is having a spring sale, and they've discounted the LaserJet Enterprise M506dh Printer by a whopping $1,100 if you use their special code between now and 3/31.

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67% off Canon MG6821 Wireless All-In-One Printer, Scanner, and Copier With Airprint - Deal Alert

Canon's MG6821 all-in-one allows printing from your mobile device via Airprint and can print to Google Cloud as well. Fast print speed, 2-sided printing and more. Its $150 list price is reduced to just $49.

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17% off Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i Mobile Document Scanner - Deal Alert

The ScanSnap S1300i is the smallest multi-page double-sided ScanSnap scanner for one-button ease of use at the desk or on the road. Just stack up to 10 pages and press the blue button. Currently discounted 17%.

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Best Deals of the Week - Deal Alert

Check out this roundup of the best deals on gadgets, gear and other cool stuff we have found this week. All items are highly rated, and dramatically discounted.

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47% Off Canon All-In-One Printer with Mobile Tablet Printing with Airprint and Google Cloud Print capabilities - Deal Alert

This all-in-one printer from Canon allows you to print with many powerful options including AirPrint(tm), Google Cloud Print, Morphia and the Canon PRINT app.

Printing in Java, Part 5

This article concludes the design of the print framework. Jean-Pierre Dubé talks about graphic primitives, the print-preview feature, and handling text. (2,400 words)

Printing in Java, Part 4

In Part 4 of Jean-Pierre Dubé's "Printing in Java" series, you will begin coding the print framework. Dubé explains the foundation of the print framework and presents the code for the measurement system, the document class, the page...

Printing in Java, Part 3

Part 3 of our series on Java printing introduces you to the print framework, as Jean-Pierre Dubé explains its design and the functionality that it will offer. Working on top of the Java Print API, the framework will make printing...

Letters to the editor

Mike Clark contemplates whether Java Tip 105 applies to resource-intensive initializers; a reader enlightens Mark Johnson on enumerations; Martjin Res debates the merits of accessing an entity bean from a client; a reader provides...

Printing in Java, Part 2

In Part 2 of this five-part series on printing in Java, Jean-Pierre Dubé will show you how to print your first page. He will also teach you how to use the more advanced classes of the Java Print API. (3,500 words)

Printing in Java, Part 1

This first installment in a five-part series on printing in Java will acquaint you with the Java Print API. Jean-Pierre Dubé will start by dissecting the printing system in Java. Then he moves on to explain some printing terminology,...

Java 2 introduces print capability to the Swing Forum

This installment of Java Step By Step focuses on adding print functionality to a Swing application. Michael begins by covering the fundamentals of the new Java 2 printing system and its mechanisms. He then steps through the addition...

Prepare yourself for what's new and different in the forthcoming JDK 1.2 release

The newest JDK release from Sun offers significant enhancements over earlier versions. From the addition of the Java 2D API to performance and stability enhancements to the pluggable VM architecture, John Zukowski's detailed analysis...

Analysis of Hewlett-Packard's JVM: Java grows up

Hewlett-Packard's reasons for cloning the Java Virtual Machine are less an attempt to split Java than a demonstration of how important Java is becoming. The reasons for HP's move have more to do with the nature of the embedded-systems...

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