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Re: [Computerbank] Anecdotal stories and experiences wanted - regarding supported linux USB printers
I have not bought this yet,
but it looks very good value if you need a good inkjet printer.
XEROX M750 Printer with $70 Trade-In on your old printer.
The only ink jet printer good enough to come with a three year warranty. We call it "The poor mans colour laser" because it's built like a tank and it's cheap to run. The output is as good as a photo, you won't believe just how good this printer is for the money.
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On 1/16/03 at 8:06 PM Kylie Davies wrote:
>Hi all, (and please forward this to other lists)
>I am wanting to hear from people who have had experience with any of the
>*recent* (selling at shops now! - so canon S series and more) model
>These are generally USB style.
>Our recipients often like to purchase printers and ask us what they should
>So... to work out what should go on the Printers List - must be
>supported and cheap - I would like to hear from people that have printer
>success stories. :)
>What printer did you get working, how did you configure it and how much
>it (is it)?
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