Printer/Scanner Home $$$

rowjimmytour

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Feb 7, 2009
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Need to replace ole Cannon inkjet printer/scanner for home like to avoid inkjet maybe go laser if it worth it. I only need to print or scan documents and if I print photos go pro. What says erbb for good solid affordable home unit ink last no expensive inkjets to buy all the time :cheers:
 

rowjimmytour

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Feb 7, 2009
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Don't people get rid of these on craiglist for cheap? Well, maybe not the photo quality stuff.

let me see real quick...


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Last one went costco because printer had way to much bang for $$$ but last look costco had epson refill ink did/does not sound like a good idea and not sure if I would want printer been sitting/outdated for time seems like software updates might cause trouble etc:shrug:
 

sdsrfr

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Jul 13, 2020
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Laser is worth it if only printing once in a while. toner cartridges dont go bad but inkjet cartridges dry out on their own.

if only printing photos every so often, go to a FedEx store and have them do it.

b&w laser printer for home, ftw.
 

sussle

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Oct 11, 2009
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The standard for page yield is 6% fill = 8.5 x 11 sheet, double spaced text
 

corndog

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I have one pretty bad ass never use it just needs ink. used it like three times. Carlsbad area
 

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I'm an "IT guy" and work remote 80% of the time. I haven't had a printer at home in over 10 years, If I *really* need to print something, I'll just go into the office or(more likely) run down to the local FedEx location and print there.
 

grapedrink

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I'm an "IT guy" and work remote 80% of the time. I haven't had a printer at home in over 10 years, If I *really* need to print something, I'll just go into the office or(more likely) run down to the local FedEx location and print there.
As a relatively computer literate non-IT guy, I've had far more problems with printers than I have with any other type of hardware :cursing:
 
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