Printer Comparison You work for a local real estate agency as an IT consultant. The agency needs a new, networked printer it can use to print high-quality, custom color brochures for the homes it is showing. Each brochure is printed double-sided on glossy paper, and the agency prints an average of 200 per week. Do This: Form a three-member team. Refer to Figure 7-26 in this chapter, which lists several questions to consider when choosing a printer, and divide the questions among your team. Each team member should answer each question according to what the employer needs. Then, each team member should use the web to research at least two printers that meet the requirements. Meet with your team, and discuss and compile your findings. Share information about the printers you researched, describe their features, and evaluate their advantages and disadvantages. Identify any additional questions you might have for the employer, such as needs for wireless printing and printing from mobile devices. Which printer you would recommend? Why?