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Faster But Parallel is Fine
Until recently, the most common method for connecting the two
was through the parallel port. Today, however, most printers
come with USB ports rather than parallel ports. USB ports are a
lot faster, and a single port can handle several different
devices. But don't throw away your parallel-port printer yet.
Unleash Your Printer
Wireless print servers are liberating printers everywhere,
allowing users to print from anywhere in the house. From PC
Magazine, reviews of six wireless print servers.
What is Duplex Printing?
If you do a lot of printing on both sides of your paper, and
you're getting tired of putting all your documents through the
printer twice, then you may want to consider a printer that does
it for you.
What Features Should I Look For In An All-in-One?
All-in-one devices (also called multifunctions) are not
necessarily created equal. There are a number of different
features that you might find in an all-in-one that can affect
both its usefulness and its price. Here are a rundown of what
you should look for -- and what you may not need.
The Five Best Laser All-in-Ones
Now that laser printers have come down in price and size, there
are a number of affordable, efficient, and fast laser
all-in-ones (i.e. multifunctions) on the market. These useful
devices offer printing (sometimes in color), copying, scanning,
and occasionally faxing for home and small offices.