Can you suggest a color printer for home use?
I have a P4 PC with broadband internet connection at home. I am planning to buy a color printer, most probably an all in one, which can print, scan and copy. I hope my printing job will consist of documents, graphics and some photos and may be some good pcitures downloaded from the net. I would like to get advice on printers requiring less maintenance cost on ink catridges.I understand lots of new all in one pritners have been marketed recently. Thanks.
Asked By: JP - 10/16/2006
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Here's a link to HP's current offerings. If I could give you any advice after 13 years of being a printer technician it would be STAY HP! There will be a ton of people advising you into another brand but not many if any can say they ACTUALLY repair printers for a living. I repair 17 brands but can only recommend 1... More
Answered By: toolman4ya - 10/22/2006
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I like the HP all in ones because they usually only take two cartridges and I have one as well as two other hp printers and one espon. I like the HP better. P.S. it really does not matter about the computer unless you have a MAC and just about all of the HPs are compatible with MAC
Answered By: Gabe - 10/16/2006
I would go with a lexmark, that is what I have and I have a home business and it does great printing the graphics for my flyers and such. Also great with doing my family pictures for the scrapbooks and stuff. If you get one that is an all in one it will run you under $200.00 and the cartridges are not that expensive... More
Answered By: sesamenc - 10/16/2006
If all you need is a printer then go with lexmark b/c you can get one for about $30. If you want to spend the extra money for a all in one. Go with HP. HP may not do so well with computers but their all in ones are great. I put links for walmart for the cheppys on Lexmark and HP
Answered By: computer_chic_8301 - 10/16/2006
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Answered By: johnusmaximus1 - 10/19/2006
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