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Old 12-08-2011, 12:13 PM
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Default Multifunction Printer Memory
The more memory a multifunction printer carries, the more it costs. When it comes to faxing, printing, or copying documents, however, a lack of memory is extremely noticeable. While 8 MB of memory may be adequate for home office or small office use, if you often work with large documents or will have multi-users you should only consider multifunction printers that have at least 16 MB ? and more is better
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Old 08-25-2014, 04:48 AM
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HI,
Printer memory is memory (RAM) built in to the printer. Printer memory is separate from computer memory. All printers come with a certain amount of printer memory installed, but most are upgradeable to handle more or larger print jobs.

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nowadays, refer to MB when talking about memory on digital divices seams lame. They should come in the range of GB
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