Printers, Computer Engineering

Printers are devices which put ink on paper in a controlled manner. They manually produce photographic images orreadable text. Printers have gone through a large transition in technology. They are still available in a wide variety of technology and prices from the dot matrix printer to Inkjet printers to Laser Printers.

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