William Harrel was a writer for Lifewire for almost three years covering printers and scanners. Harrel has been writing about computer technology topics for over 30 years. He has authored or coauthored over 20 books, several of which cover desktop publishing, where he included information on getting the best results from laser printers, high-end prepress imaging equipment, and typesetting machines.
Since then, he has written literally hundreds of articles, how-tos, round-ups, and reviews of printers, scanners, and all-in-one (multifunction) inkjet and laser-class machines, as well as several other types of hardware, including laptops, desktops, and tablets. Harrel stresses that to understand printer and scanner technologies you also have to understand how the devices that interface with them work.
William Harrel studied writing, English journalism at Ventura College and UC Santa Barbara
He is published in technology magazines:PCWorldWindows MagazineMacUser
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