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network printer

A printer connected to a wired or wireless network. It may be Ethernet enabled and be cabled to an Ethernet switch, or it may connect to a Wi-Fi (wireless) network, or both. See print server, Ethernet, Wi-Fi and production printer.
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Printer 5 (a network printer IV): Medium-performance workgroup color laser printer.
The WORKiO DP-190 can easily be configured as a high-performance network printer and used by PCs on the LAN to produce clear, crisp prints with superior legibility and halftone gradation.
According to members of SecuriTeam, a Web-based security research organization, network printers are becoming as sophisticated as desktop computers and have extensive TCP/IP communications capabilities.
This consultation concerns: buy multifunction network printers with maintenance contracts.
Thus, partnering with a trusted vendor such as SafeNet will help K-Micro quickly grow in markets that need security technology, including fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) and network printers.
Xerox provides a range of programs and tools designed to help independent resellers worldwide grow their business with Xerox color and black-and-white network printers and multifunction products.
The automatic conversion of Xerox LCDS (DJDE, Metacode and XES/UDK) and IBM (AFP/IPDS) data streams to industry standard PostScript and PCL, allowing printing on network printers without costly reprogramming;
All networked printers include Dell's printer management utility, the Dell Printer Configuration Web Tool(tm), designed for easy installation, configuration and management of the company's network printers and toner cartridges.
Xerox Corporation's (NYSE: XRX) Phaser(R) 7750 color and Phaser(R) 4500 black-and-white network printers have both received the prestigious Editor's Choice Award from PC Magazine.

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