Printer

A Printer is a peripheral which makes a persistent human readable representation of graphics or text on paper or similar physical media.It is a device that accepts text and graphic output from a computer and transfers the information to paper, usually to standard size sheets of paper.Personal computer printers can be distinguished as impact or non-impact printers. Used in office,hospital,colleges etc.

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A printer is a device that accepts text and graphic output from a computer and transfers the information to paper, usually to standard size sheets of paper. Printers are sometimes sold with computers, but more frequently are purchased separately. Printers vary in size, speed, sophistication, and cost. 

Personal computer printers can be distinguished as impact or non-impact printers.

The four printer qualities of most interest to most users are:

  • Color: Color is important for users who need to print pages for presentations or maps and other pages where color is part of the information. Color printers can also be set to print only in black-and-white. Color printers are more expensive to operate since they use two ink cartridges (one color and one black ink) that need to be replaced after a certain number of pages. Users who don't have a specific need for color and who print a lot of pages will find a black-and-white printer cheaper to operate.
  • Resolution: Printer resolution (the sharpness of text and images on paper) is usually measured in dots per inch ( dpi ). Most inexpensive printers provide sufficient resolution for most purposes at 600 dpi.
  • Speed: If you do much printing, the speed of the printer becomes important. Inexpensive printers print only about 3 to 6 sheets per minute. Color printing is slower. More expensive printers are much faster.
  • Memory: Most printers come with a small amount of memory (for example, onemegabyte ) that can be expanded by the user. Having more than the minimum amount of memory is helpful and faster when printing out pages with large images or tables with lines around them (which the printer treats as a large image).

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Key Printer Features to Consider

 

1. Print Speed

2. Printer Quality

3. Duty Cycle

4. Laser vs. Inkjet

5. Ink Replacement Costs

   


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