Cutting printing costs, one pixel at a time
A popular riddle these days asks: What’s the most expensive stuff on the planet? The answer is supposed to be printer ink, and while a perfume or other esoteric fluid might actually qualify, there is no arguing that the technological containers take a big bite out of consumer and corporate budgets. The technology at an Israeli start-up, Preton Ltd., removes unnecessary pixels and slashes use of ink and toner.
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