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laser printer

a high-speed output device for computers using a technique in which laser beams focus images on photosensitive drums. Compare dot-matrix printer, impact printer.
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In particular, demand for color laser printers, so far in the initial stage of introduction, will start to rise in 2005.
Base configuration price of the Xerox Phaser 5400 MICR-Enhanced Laser Printer Solution from ACOM, Model One is $4,796; Model Two, $5,295, F.
Depending on how frequently you use the printer, that $99 inkjet could end up costing you more than a laser printer.
One of the reasons many individuals and businesses are looking towards laser printers is because of the quality these printers can provide.
5) Cost per page laser supplies comparisons based on published manufacturer specifications of the highest capacity cartridges available for color laser printers under $500 and mono lasers under $250 as reported by Current Analysis, Inc.
Laser printers may not beat dot-matrix printers when it comes to cost, but at a resolution of 300 to 600 dots per inch (dpi), they're superior in print quality.
Printronix's L7032 laser printer is fast and efficient, printing 32 pages-per-minute at high resolution and yielding a high toner capacity.
The Dell Color Laser 3110cn is the newest addition to Dell's next generation laser printer portfolio, featuring new Dell printer management tools such as ColorTrack(TM)2 and OpenManage(TM) Printer Manager that are designed to make color printing more affordable, manageable and accessible than ever for workgroups large and small.
Based on research, overall growth in the PC and photo printer market should be flat or decline between 2006 and 2010, with laser printer sales increasing and inkjet device sales decreasing.
Even more important for cost-conscious organizations, these two systems are among the most affordable laser printers in their class, so they provide exceptional cost-efficiency.
Dell's laser printers offer low acquisition and lifecycle costs and are designed to provide the technology business customers have told Dell they need to achieve the lowest total cost of printing.