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This HP Deskjet offers affordable, easy, everyday printing. Simply print what you need, when you need it, and use optional high-capacity cartridges for extra value.[1] Save space with this compact design that fits in small spaces.

HP Document and Photo Printers are versatile, easy-to-use and deliver award-winning reliability, laser-quality text, lab-quality photos and great web printing – plus the affordability of low cost or high capacity cartridges.
Affordable, everyday printing

Designed for everyday ease—this printer was designed to be simple so you can print without worries.
Lock in a better value, using optional high-capacity cartridges.[1]
Simply printing

Get right to it—start printing right out of the box with quick and easy setup.
Fits right in

Save your space with a compact printer designed to fit where you need it.
Reduce your impact

Designed to conserve. Save energy, using a printer that’s ENERGY STAR® qualified.
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how does a printer work

We have them all over the place, and many of us use them everyday, but how many people have any idea how they work?

Today’s technology tip will give you some basic information about how the venerable laser printer and ink jet printer works.  But first some background:

The Printer's Progress:

 In the beginning there was the pen, paper and a room full of monks.  Eventually this was replaced by the typewriter and carbon paper (if you’ve never heard of carbon paper before here’s a link to:  The Exciting History of Carbon Paper).  When computers came out there was a great urge to create “hardcopies” or printouts of whatever the computer did.  Initially they connected teletype machines to early computers but these were eventually replaced with dot matrix printers.  By the late 1980’s the old dot matrix printers, with their messy ink ribbons and uniform letter spacing, were being replaced by better technologies.

Today there are basically two kinds of printers, Laser Printers and Ink Jet Printers.  The laser printers are the best choice for large scale printing while the ink jets are better for small scale printing.  Chances are you have an ink jet printer at home for example.

How they Work:
Ink Jet Printers – They spray tiny drops of ink onto the paper to create the image.  The dots are as small as 50 microns.  A human hair is about 70 microns for reference, so don’t bother looking for them.  For more information about how ink jet printers work we recommend this website: 




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Best business printers : 5 top printers for your office

5 top printers for your office

The sheer range of printers is bewildering and with the many manufacturers in the market after your money, making the right decision can be tough. It's doubly tough when you realise why there's so much competition; the real money is made on the many consumables your business will be purchasing to maintain that new printer purchase. What might initially seem modest costs can soon add up over time.
So where do you need to start? Even the most modest of offices will likely be networked and sharing a resource as useful as a printer is an essential. So you should only be looking at printers that are capable of networked use. Wired offers speed and robust function for a fixed office. Wireless is flexible, cheap to deploy but not as fast in use.
Multi-function features can be found across the board and at all cost scales. Basic features start with USB Key and card readers for PC-free printing, moving to scanner and copier functions. At the higher end automatic document feeders (ADF) can manage 50 copies in a single go and produce booklets including duplex printing, stapling and folding. Often the basic ADF features will accommodate most medium-sized offices.
In the past there has been a marked difference in Cost Per Page (CPP) between lasers and inkjets but in recent years inkjets have managed to drop their prices to compete. Either way it's important you carefully assess the CPP of each device. Manufacturers measure the toner or cartridge yields with an industry standard ISO rating. So you can safely assess the total price of replacing all the cartridges or toners divided by the print yield across all the potential models.
The total volume of prints you're going to make also needs to be taken into account. Devices often quote a "duty cycle" monthly maximum and recommended figures. These are the total number of prints it's designed to handle per month. If possible assess the number of prints per employee for the office and ensure the device is capable of meeting your current and future demands.
Finally in the past colour especially for laser printers has demanded a premium, that's not so much the case these days. However these models are still more expensive due to the additional materials required for the toners and printer manufacture. There's still a big enough differential that if you don't need regular colour you should opt for a mono model, perhaps using a cheaper inkjet or even out-of-house printing for occasional colour requirements.
Here ordered upwards in price, are the top ten printers for businesses large and small, from a basic monochrome lasers suitable for a small business and a home office through to a small departmental multifunction printer.

 Samsung ML-2165W

The notion of the large, expensive laser printer should have long been dispelled and if nothing else can do that then the Samsung ML-2165W will. This small-footprint mono printer costs less than many inkjets but has the capability to provide basic wireless-based print services to a home office or smaller office.
With a rating for up to 10,000 pages per month and an A4 print speed of up to 20 pages per minute its small size shouldn't hide the fact that this could be a little workhorse. Its biggest main limiting factor is the single 150-sheet paper tray.
The single consumable is the drum and toner cartridge that comes with a 1,500 page yield.
With an equivalent 1200 dpi printer output it makes a good job of producing clear, crisp text in no time. The single consumable is the printer toner that comes in 1500 page yield capacity. These are well priced and easily replaced. Beyond these basics the Samsung ML-2165W has little to offer, which does limit its appeal even for home office users never mind a smaller sized office.

HP LaserJet Pro M1217nfw

The HP LaserJet Pro M1217nfw isn't going to win any design awards but what it lacks in aesthetics it really does make up for in functionality. This entry-level office multi-function mono laser printer offers all the standard print, copy, scan and fax features you'd want to see in an office workhorse. Add to that wired Ethernet networking alongside wireless networking and it has all the connectivity too.
Suited to the home and smaller small office, it has a conveniently compact footprint, until you open its paper trays to print. A top speed of 18ppm is good for this class of printer, particularly since the machine gets close to that speed under test. Its basic, 150-sheet paper tray has no dust cover, though, and the output tray sticks out in a fairly easy-to-knock way.
Making up for this is the inclusion of a 35-sheet automatic document feeder, its ability to multitask with print and copy jobs and the low running costs. Print quality is also excellent in terms of both its text and greyscale images. Oddly for HP the built-in controls are somewhat lacking, with just a two-line LCD display.

Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4535DWF Inkjet Multifunction

One of Epson's range of small business inkjet multifunctions, this machine really can out-perform an equivalent colour laser in several important ways. Whether you look at feature set, speed or running costs, there aren't many lasers at this price that come close.
This machine gives a genuine 13ppm on long documents and, what is more impressive, 8.5 sides per minute when printing duplex, over double the duplex speed of most sub-£200 colour lasers. Paper handling comprises both a 250-sheet main tray and an 80-sheet rear tray, suitable for envelopes or photo paper. The Automatic Document Feed is also duplex, so it can copy double-sided in a single pass.
Three different yields of ink cartridge are available and the highest yield gives a print cost of 1.8p for black and 5.0p for colour. These are cost levels well below those of colour lasers and the printer has the further advantage of being able to print on glossy photo paper.
Full fax functionality is built in, with 60 quick dials, and the machine offers wireless, Ethernet and USB connections. The front-panel USB socket will output scans, but can't be used to print from, one of this machine's few missed tricks.

Canon i-SENSYS MF4890dw Mono Laser Multifunction

Canon doesn't sell as many laser printers and multifunctions as HP, but it does, of course, make their print engines. Pretty much the same gear is used in the company's equivalent models and they're often slightly cheaper, too.
Canon's i-SENSYS MF4890dw is aimed at the small business market and includes a couple of unusual extras for a printer in this price bracket. For a start, it has a duplex scanner, as well as a duplex print engine, so it can produce two-sided copies in a single job.
A 250-sheet paper tray is supplemented by a single-sheet special media slot and the feed tray has a cover, to protect against spillages. The printer offers USB and Ethernet connections, but also supports wireless, with WPS setup for quick connection. Canon provides a print App for iOS and Android phones, too, giving easy print from a variety of mobile devices.
The printer is rated at 25ppm and we saw over 21ppm under test, a good speed for this class of multifunction. The 50-sheet ADF gave fast scan speeds too, including when copying duplex. Print quality is good for text, but only fair on greyscales, where some darker shades have a tendency to black out.

right printer for your home and office

 official work or children's homework, their utility is growing by the day. Though basic technology for printers hasn't changed significantly in the past few years, manufacturers have been launching devices on the pretext of adding new features. In effect, there are only two kinds of printers—inkjet and laser. However, given the sheer variety of options available, it can be difficult to choose one that suits your needs and budget.

Understand your needs
Printers are categorised, priced and optimised for different purposes. So, while some print good photographs, others are better suited to documents. Home printers are designed differently from the office ones since the printing volume is much higher in the latter. So, to ease your selection, be clear about the reason for which you want the printer.
Printer connections
There are various ways to send data to a printer, with most using a standard USB cable connection to do so from a computer. However, if you want a lot of photographs, there are those that directly accept memory cards from a camera or smartphone. In such a case, pick a printer with PictBridge. Some printers come with a small display, which can help you preview the photograph or edit before printing. Others are equipped with Wi-Fi. This means that once you connect it to your home Wi-Fi, you can print from any computer connected to the same network.
Ink/toner replacement
Home printers, which are used for printing low volumes, are not too expensive as they are a one-time purchase. The primary cost is that of ink or toner for inkjet and laser printers, respectively. Before buying one, check the price and yield (pages per cartridge) of cartridges and toner since this will be a recurring cost. Expensive ink cartridges that need to be changed frequently will cost a lot more than a new printer.
Inket vs Laser
While both types of printers have their benefits, it all boils down to your needs and budget. Inkjets provide richer colour and are cheap, while laser printers score in terms of speed and low cost per page. If you want one mainly to print photos, an inkjet printer is the best choice. If you are looking for high volume document printing, a monochrome (black only) laser printer is advisable. For home use, an all-in-one inkjet is more convenient since you can also use it for scanning or photocopying. For a small office, a laser all-in-one will keep running costs low and offer maximum usage.
Inkjets are usually slower and most can only store 50-100 sheets at a time. They also face calibration issues, jammed nozzles or ink leakage from cartridges. Besides, cartridges have a finite life because ink dries up even if they aren't used. Laser printers typically don't reproduce photos as well as inkjets and are more expensive—an entry-level monochrome laser printer costs at least three times a basic inkjet printer. They are also bigger, heavier and consume more power.
Right printers for home and office
For home (Less than Rs 10,000)

The printer-copier-scanner is the only one in this price range to offer Wi-Fi connectivity and airprint support (wireless printing using iOS devices). It has a small display for notifications and can print at a speed of five colour images per minute.
High-volume document printing: Samsung ML-1866W
Price: Rs 7,000
A monochrome laser printer, it has a built-in Wi-Fi option and can print 18 pages per minute. The toner is good for over 1,000 prints and has a duty cycle of roughly 5,000 pages per month.
For small/medium offices (Less than Rs 25,000)
Photo printer: HP Officejet 7000
Price: Rs 20,999
This photo printer supports up to A3 size sheets with a speed of 32 pages per minute for colour prints. It has Ethernet connectivity to span a network and uses low-cost ink cartridges to reduce the cost per print.
All-in-one: Brother DCP 7065DN
Price: Rs 14,999
It's a multifunction monochrome laser printer, which uses low-cost toner cartridges and comes with Ethernet connectivity. It can print 27 pages per minute, has auto duplex print support (printing automatically on both sides of a sheet) and a 35-page multi-page auto document scan/copy function.
High-volume document printing: HP Pro P1606dn
Price: Rs 17,999
The monochrome laser printer has a compact design, Ethernet connectivity and can print 25 pages per minute. A single toner cartridge can print up to 2,100 pages and the dual paper input trays can hold over 100 pages each, making it suitable for office use.