View Full Version : What is the difference between a printer and a scanner?
12-06-2012, 09:34 AM
A printer transfers an image from your computer or memory card on to a physical object transferring to paper or card etc using ink.
basically transferring an image from computer data onto a physical object with ink.
A scanner transfers an image from a physical object such as photographs ad letters into your computer as a data file for storage or editing.
12-06-2012, 09:41 AM
The three most popular types of machines for copying are a dedicated copier, an all-in-one (also called multifunctional) printer, and a fax machine that is able to copy images. Scanning, on the other hand, usually requires a computer or a memory device in addition to the scanner. A scanner is most effective when partnered with a computer to allow images to be edited, emailed, printed, and saved to disk. A computer is not required if the scanner saves to a memory card or USB device. Some scanners also scan to email or transmit scanned images wirelessly to portable devices. All-in-one printers add the option of scanning documents and then faxing them.
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01-25-2013, 04:41 PM
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