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We carry all kinds of Laser printers and some Inkjet Printers as well using liquid Ink. All brands such as HP, Lexmark, Canon, Epson, Xerox, Toshiba, Konica Minolta and Sharp.

Printers are peripheral devices used to produce hard copies of electronic documents or images stored in digital form. They are commonly used in homes, offices, and businesses for various purposes such as printing documents, photos, graphics, and more. There are several types of printers available on the market:

  1. Inkjet Printers: These printers are popular for their versatility and affordability. They use ink cartridges to produce high-quality prints and are suitable for both text and image printing.
  2. Laser Printers: Laser printers are known for their fast printing speed and high-quality text output. They use toner cartridges and a laser beam to transfer text and images onto paper.
  3. Multifunction Printers (MFPs): Also known as all-in-one printers, MFPs combine printing, scanning, copying, and sometimes faxing functionalities into a single device. They are convenient for small offices and home users who require multiple functions in one device.
  4. Photo Printers: These printers are designed specifically for printing high-quality photos. They often use special photo paper and ink cartridges optimized for photo printing.
  5. 3D Printers: Unlike traditional printers that print on paper, 3D printers create three-dimensional objects by layering materials such as plastic, metal, or resin. They are used in various industries for rapid prototyping, manufacturing, and even in hobbyist settings.
  6. Dot Matrix Printers: These printers use a matrix of pins to produce characters and images by striking an ink-soaked ribbon against paper. They are less common today but are still used in specific applications such as printing multipart forms or in industrial settings.
  7. Plotter Printers: Plotter printers are used primarily for producing large-format prints such as architectural drawings, maps, and posters. They use pens or pencils to draw on paper based on digital instructions.

Printers can be connected to computers via USB, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth, depending on the model. Additionally, modern printers often support wireless printing from smartphones and tablets using dedicated apps or built-in protocols like AirPrint (for iOS devices) or Google Cloud Print.