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Any technology demanded by civilization passes through several obligatory stages in its development – invention, perfection, first commercialization; further perfection accompanied by a sharp decrease in the cost of mass production, transition into the category of everyday things – a kind of “mature bloom”; finally, a kind of death caused, as a rule, by the promotion of a more modern technology. As for the technology of dry electrographic printing, simply called “laser”, we can say that it was born in the first half of the XX century, and its perfection, commercialization and transition to the masses – in the second half of the XX century. The mature heyday is the period of laser printing development which we have been witnessing for the last decade.
Modern laser printer has long ceased to be an expensive gimmick, as a rule, it is a quiet unobtrusive worker, unpretentious and executive. As soon as the development of technology reached certain heights, manufacturers, who, as you know, can’t help but engage in improvements (because you can immediately fall behind the competition), having created a high-quality printing mechanism, paid close attention to the accompanying technology. And indeed, the print quality of most modern laser printers is quite similar – especially if we’re talking about SOHO class models. The only way to attract the customers to such an extent that they would change their usual producer or chose a particular model is to add “tricks” – design, original software, upgrade options, service and so on. This doesn’t mean that the evolution of laser printing technology is at a standstill – not at all. Laser heads are improving little by little, and new generations of chemically depleted toners and smart cartridges are being developed. Nevertheless, in the battle for customers’ hearts, design and convenience increasingly come first.