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  2. Printer - Wikipedia

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    A printer is a machine that uses ink to either print digital documents, or in some cases photo copy physical documents. Technology. Printer (publishing), a person or a company; Printer (computing), a hardware device; Optical printer for motion picture films; People. Nariman Printer (fl. c. 1940), Indian journalist and activist

  3. HP Universal Print Driver - Wikipedia

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    HP Universal Print Driver (UPD) is an intelligent print driver that supports a broad range of HP LaserJet printers and MFPs. Developed by Hewlett-Packard , it combines a general purpose driver (UNIDRV or PSCRIPT ) and HP proprietary extensions.

  4. Printer Command Language - Wikipedia

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    Printer Command Language, more commonly referred to as PCL, is a page description language (PDL) developed by Hewlett-Packard as a printer protocol and has become a de facto industry standard. Originally developed for early inkjet printers in 1984, PCL has been released in varying levels for thermal , matrix , and page printers.

  5. PostScript Printer Description - Wikipedia

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    which specifies that the printer understands PostScript Level 2, is a color device, and so forth. The PPD can describe allowable paper sizes, memory configurations, the minimum font set for the printer, and even specify a tree-based user interface for printer-specific configuration.

  6. JetDirect - Wikipedia

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    HP Jetdirect is the name of a technology sold by Hewlett-Packard that allows computer printers to be directly attached to a Local Area Network. The "Jetdirect" designation covers a range of models from the external 1 and 3 port parallel print servers known as the 300x and 500x, to the internal EIO print servers for use with HP printers.

  7. Xerox - Wikipedia

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    The laser printer was invented in 1969 by Xerox researcher Gary Starkweather by modifying a Xerox 7000 copier. Xerox management was afraid the product version of Starkweather's invention, which became the 9700, would negatively impact their copier business so the innovation sat in limbo until IBM launched the 3800 laser printer in 1976.

  8. AirPrint - Wikipedia

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    AirPrint is a feature in Apple Inc.'s macOS and iOS operating systems for printing without installing printer-specific drivers. Connection is via a wireless LAN (), either directly to AirPrint-compatible printers, or to non-compatible shared printers by way of a computer running Microsoft Windows, Linux, or macOS.

  9. Multi-function printer - Wikipedia

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    Printer drivers available for different operating systems; Output. Ability to print directly to the MFP's internal storage function; Capability of using the MFP's finishing functions (see below under Copy features/functions) Direct CD/DVD Label Printing (usually only available on some InkJet AIO models)