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 What is meant by dpi in printers?

Answer Okay, ask an excellent question and get a long winded answer! DPI stands for Dots Per Inch. In the old days (ten years ago) commercial printer's used special screens to break a photograph down to a... Read More »
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Just how big is this glass of water we're meant to drink X amounts of per day meant to be?

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I've Heard Repeatedly that Manufacturers of Ink-Jet Printers Are Deliberately Under Pricing their Printers-?

I don't have an answer, but I sure have a comment. I like my Lexmark printer, but I feel I've been robbed every time I but new ink cartridges. For a low paid community college history instructor,... Read More »
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What's the difference between laser printers and inkjet printers?

Unless you absolutely need photo quality, go with a laser. Lasers have sharper text and are generally faster than inkjets. While toner cartridges are more expensive than ink, they print more pages,... Read More »
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