What Are The Different Types Of Printers Available?What Are The Different Types Of Printers Available?

Some computer users around the house can use a printer to productive or recreational purposes while business users and owners will need better performing features in a printer. Although this point may sound logical, different people have different needs of a printer and will use it in their own preferable ways. Each type of printer is targeted at a certain market, but the right printer must be chosen based on its advantages and whether or not the disadvantages will harm productivity.

Inkjet Printers

Inkjet printers are a likely choice for people as they are fairly priced while boasting decent quality especially if a good brand is chosen. There is also a lot of variety in this category ranging from the standard monochrome printers to the feature-rich printers that support colour printing and network connectivity features. Some inkjet printers can be pricey, but are suitable for home and office use.

Dot Matrix Printers

Although dot matrix printers use very old technologies, they are still very popular in a number of industries, due to their efficiency and unique properties. Whilst they are a bit more expensive than inkjets, these printers enjoy lower printing costs per page and can still be used even when the ink is running low. They can also print continuously on continuous paper making them proficient in data logging.

Laser Printers

Laser printers are generally more expensive than their inkjet counterparts and in terms of quality, it can be tough at times to tell the difference. However, the biggest benefit that laser printers bring is the higher printer speeds. It may not be such a big deal if one or two pages are printed, but those that need to print dozens of pages will save hours of time especially if the printer needs to be used on day to day basis.

Photo Printers

Photo printers have
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