7.0489 R: Printer/Scanner/Fax (1/28)
Elaine Brennan (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Tue, 15 Feb 1994 18:13:30 EST
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 7, No. 0489. Tuesday, 15 Feb 1994.
from: Robert Greer (212) 346-8450, 8452 Greer at BMAcadm
re: combination printer / scanner / fax
i. Fax. machines with computer interfaces have been marketed without
much success; their resolution, both printing and scanning, has
been too low to be of much interest, 200 d.p.i.
ii. A few weeks ago I saw an ad in a business publication for an
all-in-one system; it mentioned a plain-paper printer, which
is all the rage in the fax. community. It didn't say whether
it was a laser printer or an ink-jet; most plain-paper faxes
are the latter.)
iii. There are many MS-DOS and Windows fax. programs availble;
are you looking for some special feature?
iv. At least one company, Practical Peripherals, makes a plug-in fax.
cartridge for the H.P. LaserJet; it does not, of course, transmit,
but allows the laser printer to connect to both the 'phone line and