|This refers to the classification of the printer such as Inkjet, Laser, Thermal, Dot Matrix, 3D printer etc.
|This refers to the company or brand that produces the printers such as HP, Canon, Epson, Brother, etc.
|This refers to the specific version or style of printer produced by a manufacturer (e.g., HP LaserJet Pro M15w, Canon Pixma MG3620).
|This indicates how many pages per minute (ppm) a printer can produce.
|This denotes the clarity of the text and images that the printer can produce, usually specified in dots per inch (dpi).
|This section describes how the printer can be connected to devices – for instance, through USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Ethernet etc.
|The typical or average cost of the printer in the market.
|This is the maximum number of sheets the printer can hold in its tray.
|This specifies the amount of electrical power the printer consumes while operating(the unit is typically in Watts).
|Here, any special features the printer may offer are described – for example, duplex printing, fax and scanning capabilities, touch screen controls, etc.