ink-jet printer


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ink-jet printer

[′iŋk ¦jet ′print·ər]
(graphic arts)
A nonimpact printer that uses electrostatic acceleration and deflection of ink particles emerging from nozzles to form characters on plain paper in a dot-matrix format.
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The ink-jet printer line consists of the entry-level 5100 model, which carries a suggested retail price of $129, as well as a mid-range and high-end models, which carry suggested retail prices of $199 and $299, respectively.
Canon said it will focus ink-jet printer production on factories in Thailand and Vietnam.
Low prices contributed to robust sales of color ink-jet printers, though McElreath said prices seem to have bottomed out.
Supplies high-speed laser-marking systems and ink-jet printers.
These units include an integrated, four-color Hewlett-Packard 970 ink-jet printer.
In other news, Apple Computer is replacing Canon with HP as the supplier for its ink-jet printers, Apple and HP officials said.
Today, ink-jet printers offer the most advanced teller line printing hardware.
The Objet Quadra is an ink-jet printer that is connected to a customer's network like any other peripheral device.
It offers a range of color graphic outputs unavailable in any laser-jet or ink-jet printer on the market today, and can handle the demanding color-graphics output requirements of any consumer, business or professional application at resolutions as high as 2400 dpi.
Kai's Photo SOAP SE is included with the EPSON Stylus Color 850 ink-jet printer and gives virtually anyone with a home computer the ability to "clean up" images.
Monday announced its new fall advertising campaign, illustrating the clarity and detail that only can be achieved with an Epson ink-jet printer.
The Epson PhotoPC 600 has the unique ability to print directly to the award-winning EPSON Stylus Photo, the ultimate color ink-jet printer designed specifically for digital photography.