I tweeted a couple weeks back about the new Memjet web site, which accompanies the Silverbrook Research site.
With a little time on my hands during this semi-holiday week (at least it's starting to feel that way), I have been poking around a bit more, and finding some interesting gems worth suggesting to my readers. The head-to-head videos (between a Memjet letter-sized prototype and a combination of inkjet and color lasers from Brother, Canon, HP, and Xerox) provide interesting viewing. I might suggest adding a musical soundtrack, for example Flight of the Bumblebee, or perhaps, fitting with the Fourth of July, The William Tell Overture. (Who would have ever thought in years past that a video comparing two desktop printers could be TOO QUIET?)
I like this one too, showing where the Memjet components go in the printer -- and by deduction, what the OEM's responsibilities include, meaning that perhaps the time lapse from componet announcement to shipping printers is indicative of a pretty big order, and that we should not be too surprised that it's taking a couple of years.
On that front, I will send readers over to Art Post's "Print For Pay Hotel" blog and his excellent post, "Who's Afraid of Memjet" and follow-up commentary from Memjet Home and Office Vice President Kim Beswick, on the current status of Memjet and its partners.
And now take a look, not a comparison per se but the 4x6 proto demo, similar that got the buzz going in the first place, back in 2007.