My Dell All-In-One 922 printer won't fit in my new computer desk/armoire printer cubbyhole. The hole is only 18"wide, 16-17" deep and only 10½" tall. The height constraint pretty much eliminates any vertical paper feeders at the back of the machine (thus eliminating all Dell Printers). The new one must have horizontal
paper input/output trays. I've spent the last three days researching compact inkjets by HP, Canon & Brother, reading tons of user opinions of them over at CNET Reviews. As you might guess, most printers reviewed at CNET get both positive & negative user opinions pretty much equally, but you rarely hear how long
the people have used the models they are reviewing.
Thought I'd see if anyone here is using a really compact all-in-one make/model (I don't need fax capability) for at least a year
& has gotten "as advertised" performance out of it. Info on your experience with ink consumption/costs would also be helpful, as I have found that though Dell printers are cheap & perform well, their ink costs are very high.
Edited by buttoni, 06 May 2007 - 12:09 PM.
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