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Re: [Computerbank] Anecdotal stories and experiences wanted -regarding supported linux USB printers
I've been very happy with my Epson C60. Works on Mandrake 8.1, 8.2, 9.0
USB connection. No problems to setup straight from the control centre.
Biggest issue is cost of cartridges @ $50/colour and $50/B&W. Erugh.
Works out at around 20c/page. Still this problem is common to inkjets.
For B&W Lasers are much cheaper.
On Thu, 2003-01-16 at 20:06, 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 printers.
> 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 completely
> 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 was
> it (is it)?
> Kylie Davies
> Victorian Branch Coordinator
> Computerbank Australia Inc
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