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Buying a new PRINTER!


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#1 aQuilla

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Posted 05 June 2013 - 10:33 PM

So I have this Canon iP2770 printer for over 3 years now and this time, I already have the budget to replace it. It is still working however it prints very slow now and sometimes it just stops in the middle of printing and I would turn it off and on several times first before it functions again. My mom has noticed this problem of mine (FINALLY!) and she gave me a budget of $200 for a new printer and she told me that she would be happy if I would get an HP printer as a replacement. She loves HP products because almost all of the computers and printers in her office is HP.
So far here are my options. I'm planning to buy this online.
 
 
 
The 1st one is my 1st choice because I could get it at around $!25 and I love its printing speed which is up to 18 ppm. However it does not have a display screen although it is wireless. The other option I have has LCD display screen however I can't find information about how fast can it print.
I am open to other recommendations. Printers will be used for printing handouts at school about 100 pages every three days. The other reason why I'm choosing HP Printers is that their toner and cartridges are less expensive compared to Canon.
 

 


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Posted 05 June 2013 - 10:48 PM

For the HP Colour LaserJet Pro CP1025NW

There's no getting past the fact that 2.7 ppm on our tests is slow for a color laser.


Quote from: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2375683,00.asp

Printing is something I personally avoid making recommendations for as there are too many variables required to be met. And everyone prioritizes them differently. Therefore I respectfully abstain from making suggestions. Nothing personal just my preference.

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Posted 05 June 2013 - 11:00 PM

Wow! 2.7 ppm is turtle speed for a printer worth more than $150. I might get my 1st choice. Thanks by the way for visiting my thread. 






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