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The New Age Computer Printers


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Gone are the days when one had to hunt for the right kind of printing technology and the most up to date printing machines in town to get colour print outs. The end result was not always happy either. There were often shoddy prints with the ink weeping in places. Today printers are so savvy that one has to be only smart enough to choose the right option. The kind of resolution, the type of colour, the speed of output and the scanning device are only a few of the options available. Whether one chooses monochrome (Black and white) or colour prints there are various resolutions to opt for.

The latest multi featured printers contain scanning devices which have a maximum resolution of 1200 x 2400 dots per inch and can also print at an amazing speed of even 47 pages per minute. These small and sleek machines also have USB connectivity which helps in making the connectivity even faster. Some of these machines also have wireless connectivity technology which improves the functions of USB, Ethernet and Parallel. The ‘All-in-one’ printer as they are known these days have a maximum colour compatibility of about 48-bit. These long lasting ink cartridges assures the user uninterrupted quality printing for nearly 250000 pages.

The pictbridge allows the printer to take pictures directly from digital devices such as webcam, camcorder and the digital camera. These printers also deliver pictures with smooth colour gradations. These printers work with the minimum requirement of 128 standard memory, 533 MHz and also 640MB maximum memory. The compact printer machines are as light as 0.3 kilograms and have unbelievable dimensions of 10 cm wide and 16 cm depth and 1.8 cm height.

The media that are available in the printer machines include glossy paper, envelopes, transparencies, plain paper, photos and labels. Pictures and snapshots of loved ones downloaded from the email can be printed within minutes on these wonder printers. Printers come with sheet drawers which can store the stock of paper for continual loading and printing of bulk printing.

There is no need for manual loading. There are slow options for double side printing. There is also a choice of horizontal and vertical printing resolutions both which offers great amount of flexibility and high display resolutions. These computer printers provide high quality results because of the use of Dye based ink and therefore you are at great advantage if you choose to use this machine for personal pictures.

Thus, these new age multi featured printers are guaranteed to fulfil all your expectations and requirements with their amazing quality and reliability.

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