request suggestion for a new printer
wayward4now at gmail.com
Sat Dec 5 16:49:14 GMT 2009
On Fri, 2009-12-04 at 22:26 -0500, uriah heep wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 7:32 PM, Willy K. Hamra <w.hamra1987 at gmail.com>
> uriah heep wrote:
> > My printer and my old reliable backup kicked it today. Does
> any one have a
> > suggestion for an inexpensive ($200-300) laser that is
> reliable and well
> > built. Just basic nothing fast or fancy. Also I live in a
> rural area so I
> > will be ordering off the net.
> > Thanks
> > Uriah
> i agree with the guy who suggested samsung ML, works out of
> the box, i
> tried 1610 and 1710.
> nowadays i use HP laserjet M1120, works flawlessly as well.
> the best thing about HP is that the HP toolbox is very easy to
> use, and
> makes printers work out of the box with minimal setting up.
> Samsung also provide in their website a tool for setting up a
> which is awesome.
> and in all cases, the price tag you specified (200-300) is a
> bit high
> for just basic printing :P this laserjet is 3-in-1 with
> network port,
> and costs $230. i believe you can have an excellent printer
> for as low
> as 100, for just basic work, but then, that's not my
> expertise :P
> Willy K. Hamra
> Manager of Hamra Information Systems
> I thank those who gave suggestions. The reason i considered a more
> expensive printer is The cheap printers I recently purchased broke
> quickly a multifunction lexmark ink-jet and a 2510 samsung laser.
> Until 3 days ago I had an antique HP 4l laser that had lasted decades.
> I was thinking a more expensive "work group" type laser might be more
My HP All-In-One is an ink hog. I have come to despise HP for expensive
cartridges and printing expensive test pages at the drop of a hat. All
designed to consume a bunch of ink. Bah! Humbug! Ric
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