bidirectional printer

bidirectional printer

[‚bī·də′rek·shən·əl ′print·ər]
(computer science)
A printer in which printing can be done in both a left-to-right and a right-to-left direction.
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bidirectional printer

A printer that prints alternate lines from right to left.
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Equipped with three IEEE 1284-compliant parallel ports, the print server connects directly to any bidirectional printer, and enables wireless communication between the printer and any computer in the LAN.
The faster speed is a bidirectional model, but the computer must have a bidirectional printer port to use it.
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