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June 1997, Article 1

June 1997, Article 1

A Lower-Cost Inkjet Printer Based on a New Printing Performance Architecture

The HP DeskJet 820C printer is the first HP inkjet printer in an evolutionary product plan that takes advantage of computer and operating system trends to make inkjet printing affordable for more users. The printerís integrated software, firmware, and digital electronics architecture uses the computational resources in the PC instead of duplicating these resources in the printer.

by David J. Shelley, James T. Majewski, Mark R. Thackray, and John L. McWilliams


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