Printers That Are Compatible With eMachinesby MayankJ
Printers are a necessary part of getting documents from a computer to a hard copy in paper. Most printers are compatible with a wide variety of computers and computer systems. The eMachines computers are a brand of easy-to-use, affordable personal computers that have the basic processing systems for the most common computer uses. When connecting an eMachines computer to a printer, it is important to ensure the computer and printer are compatible to prevent problems.
Epson Stylus NX305 All-in-One Printer
The Epson Stylus NX305 printer has a printer, scanner and copier in one machine. It is compatible with eMachines computers. The printer ink is available in black and color options, and it allows the user to change only the ink colors that are necessary rather than changing all of the ink at the same time. The price is around $70 as of 2010.
Kodak ESP 3 All-in-One Printer
The Kodak ESP printer is a three-in-one printer option that prints, scans and copies documents. The printer not only prints documents, but it also prints digital photos when using the color ink and the photo paper. The printer has a slot for digital camera SD cards to print the digital pictures directly. It is compatible with eMachines computers and costs about $70 as of 2010.
Epson WorkForce 615 All-in-One Printer
The Epson WorkForce is a laser printer option that has a printer, scanner and copier in one printer. It prints in black and color ink and is designed to save ink and energy while in use. It is compatible with eMachines computers and it costs about $85 as of 2010.
HP Deskjet F4480 All-in-One Printer
The HP Deskjet printer is a laser printer that scans, prints and copies documents. It is designed for ease of use with labeled buttons that clearly show print, copy or scan options. It is an Energy Star printer and designs ink cartridges for recycling after use. The printer is compatible with eMachines computers and costs about $80 as of 2010.
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