Fixed Printhead Inkjet Printers

For years, a major difference between inkjet printers and laser-class (both actual laser-based devices and LED-based machines) has been print speeds. Due primarily to the manner in which each type of technology applies consumables (ink or toner) to paper, midrange and higher-end laser-class printers often perform as much as twice as fast, or faster, than their inkjet counterparts. However, a relatively new approach—fixed printhead inkjets, such as HP’s PageWide devices and Epson’s PrecissionCore machines, have changed all that, bringing us inkjet printers that are just as fast (and in many cases faster) than their laser-class competitors.

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