Printer Comparison

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A printer is a device that makes readableformat of text or image on paper, cardboard, plastic, or other printable medium.

The most common printer that everybody is familiar with is the peripheral attached to computer to make print-outs of documents or photos. The two types of printer are printer kopen used for printing common black-and-white text documents and inkjet printers which print colored text and images.Printers can be found both at home and offices. A printer that is used for personal purposes is attached to one computer only; this printer set-up is usually found at home. A printer that is used for printing documents in the offices is usually shared through a network. This eliminates the need to buy many printers for each computer users.

The most common brands of printers are:


Xerox WorkCentre 3615/DN

Can print, scan, send fax, copy, and email a direct sender. Recommended for a small to mid-size office. Print out quality is merely on par for mono lasers.

Brother MFC-J6920DW

Can print fast. Can hold 500 sheets of paper. Can accommodate paper size of up to tabloid size (11-by-17). Can scan and print in duplex (both sides at once). Print outs have slightly sub-par graphics quality.

HP Officejet Pro 8620 e-All-in-One

Can print fast. Can scan and print in duplex (both sides at once). Has automatic document feeder that supports duplexing. With mobile printing (NFC). A little larger and bulkier than most inkjet multifunction printers. NFC printing works only in one device.

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-8090

Can print fast. Low price. Low cost per page. With Wi-Fi capabilities. Paper capacity is somewhat sparse. Subpar printout quality.
Canon Pixma MG5722 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One

Prints, scans, and copies. Can scan and print in duplex (both sides at once).With Wi-Fi capabilities. High-quality output and fast photo printing. No automatic document feeder.

Posted February 09, 2016 in Updates

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