Hp Cd Printers

Written by Rachel Arieff
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Hewlett Packard, for quite some time, has been considered an industry leader in high-quality printers, both for their fast and accurate printing engines as well as the quality of their ink cartridges. In the world of PC peripherals, not all printers are created equal. However, Hewlett Packard, or HP, as it's often called in everyday life, has set the standard for excellence in PC-compatible printers.

Hewlett Packard printers were originally designed for PCs. However, much work has been done to make their drivers compatible with Macintosh computers, and today, HP printers are just as likely to be seen teamed up with Macs as well as the traditional office PCs. One reason for this, again, is the quality of the HP printout. Since many graphic artists rely on Macs, they are always looking for printers that can deliver crisp text, high-definition images, and accurate colors. HP printers have a reputation for delivering on all these fronts.

New HP CD Printers

One interesting development is that Hewlett Packard has teamed up with the company Trace Affex to create a high-resolution printer that prints directly onto CD and DVD media. Direct-to-disc printers are the new wave in printing technology, eliminating the cumbersome step of printing onto a label. Many businesses are investing in these printers as a way to control costs and deliver a better product.

The Trace Affex printer is based on the HP 970 series of DeskJet printers. It utilizes proprietary HP color technology to deliver high-quality color prints with a resolution of up to 2400 x 1200 dots per inch. Like other HP printers, this CD printer is compatible with both PC and Mac operating systems.


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