Today we'll continue to review last and most interesting updates on TCD blog.
Where did we stopped? Ah, the illegal yellow dots, ok.
I bet you or at least your friend or your friend's friend for sure have or had a HP Deskjet inkjet printer at home. The chances are this is a way too old model of Deskjet. Indeed, do you know how old these series of printers is?
Just in February HP celebrated 20th anniversary of Deskjet printers. The first model first saw the light of this world in 1988. Ever since then, millions of Deskjet printers have been released.
Let's move on. Have you ever faced the problem of choosing a printer for your home of office? Oh, you ARE having this problem... that's ok, there is an article on TCD blog that will tell you how to choose a printer for your office.
Many people now have two or more computers at home and you maybe one of those. As many other people, you have only one printer, but you’re not the only one who wants to use it. What you may do in this situation? One solution is to visit a local computer store and buy another printer. But I suggest that you save those $100-200 for something better and share your existing printer with your computers. It’s no rocket science and you can easily do it yourself.
How? Learn that from the article "Connecting a Printer to Several Computers." For connecting wireless read this post
As you can see, I announce mostly technology news and events that took place in printer world. Rarely do i mention a device, though there are some worth talking about.
One such device is DYMO DiskPainter. This is printer that 'paints' in CD and DVD disk surface (as well as on other disks of same size, I'm sure) using an interesting DYMO’s technology named RadialPrint that prints directly onto the CD while it is spinning. Obviously, the printer uses ink, not toner. By the way Dymo is the company that produces this printer.
You may have known that inkjet printers use different types of inks and I don't mean the colors. There are dye-based inks and there are pigment inks. "How are they different?" you may ask. This and many other things about inks you will learn from “Debunking the Myths of Digital Inks,” an article by Tony Martin for Digital Photo Techniques magazine.