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Old 12-08-2006, 02:05 PM   #7
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Ann: don't discount Canon and HP:
I was hoping for info on current models of any persuasion.

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I've had a Canon s900 (A4) for several years and it's a little cracker - quiet, fast, and output looks good. The new models have a better inkset, too.
Thanks. I'll have a look at the latest models from Canon. We have an HP inkjet at work, and it is a dog, so I'm a bit unhappy about looking at them as inkjets. The HP laser printer at work, otoh, is a great workhorse. Hasn't had a paper jam since I started there, and it does upwards of 400 pages a day. But it's mono. We use a Kyocera for colour laser output, and it is also a dog.

   
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