Compaq IJ700

Device driver details
Category: Printer
Manufacturer: Compaq
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1.53Mb
Operating System: Windows XP / Windows 2003 / Windows 2000 / Windows NT
Release Date: 31 Aug 2000
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Windows device driver information for Compaq IJ700

Inkjet printers work by forcing ink droplets of varying sizes onto a page. These are arguably the most widespread type of printer used on the consumer level, as product cost is low, and output quality, printing color variation, and user-friendliness is high. The modern-day inkjet printer as we know it is based on the designs of earlier similar devices. Canon, Epson, and Hewlett-Packard are among the companies that have pioneered numerous major developments in inkjet printing technology. The international consumer market has four main players: Canon, Epson, Hewlett-Packard, and Lexmark. The market for material deposition is one highly sophisticated sector that participates in the development of inkjet printing systems. This market utilizes piezoelectric jets to print by depositing materials onto compatible substrates.

Many of the popular brands of inkjet printers (from Canon, Hewlett-Packard, and Lexmark) are thermal inkjets. These thermal inkjets have printing elements which incorporate a set of small, electronically-heated compartments manufactured through photolithography. To print an image onto a viable surface, the device passes electric current through a circuit of heating apparatus, which results in internal steam forming small bubbles. These bubbles then push ink droplets onto the surface of the paper (thus, the aptly-named Cannon Bubblejet trademark). Surface tension in the liquid material (by condensation and subsequent reduction in the size of the ink bubbles) sucks more ink into the compartment via a small channel connected to the reservoir of ink. The ink is composed of water and various dyes or pigments, and is classified as aqueous (water-based) ink. The print head used in thermal inkjets are manufactured at lower costs as opposed o other inkjet printing methods. Ichiro Endo of Canon uncovered the concept in August 1977. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Compaq IJ700 errors before installing any driver updates.

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