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What is defined as an accessible printer/scanner?
I have an hp officejet pro 9015 which has a touch screen.
However, there is no need for me to actually use that touch
screen. I can plug it into my network using an ethernet cable and
do everything i need to from the browser based control panel.
This includes setting up wifi and other things like that.
The only thing you need the physical control panel for is to use
the copy/scan functions from the printer itself. If you have a
computer you don't need it.
On 6/25/2020 6:37 PM, chris judge
I think I bought it in either 2015 or 2016,
I can’t remember for sure.
the Xerox work center fairly new or something you have had
for a few years
I have a xerox work center 3210. It has
buttons and no touch screen. It works great. It’s a lazar
that's why the suggestion of checking them out in person
if possible. My wife is sighted and can't stand the touch
screens either. Whenever the need has arisen for a new
all in one we will go to 3 or 4 stores that sell this kind
of equipment to see what is available. It's damn sad but,
the button types are slowly vanishing if not almost
entirely gone now.
Take care. Mike. Sent from my iBarstool.
I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is
trying to please everybody.
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Thursday, June 25, 2020 10:08 AM
[TechTalk] Wanting an accessible laser printer scanner
want to try to get one that does not have a touch pad,
or if it does, it can also be controlled by the
I will check out