The Price Is Right For PrintersLarry Armstrong
Even as late as two or three years ago, a printer was pretty much an afterthought in the purchase of a home computer system. Unless buyers ran home businesses that required fancy documents or printed presentations, most opted for a cheap, noisy dot-matrix model that could--with a new ribbon--slowly turn out text of just-passable quality.
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