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Excellent

AdvantagesGood printouts, Cheap to buy

DisadvantagesBit Noisy, Price of Toners

...At only £399 including VAT for this colour laser printer, it's really quite hard to fault it for the money. It's only recently that the prices have come down for colour lasers, so they are now in the price range for the small office. We have only just recently bought our third C900, having had several of the older Epson C1000 printers before. Needing to get another laser, my first...

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Excellent

AdvantagesFreedom from the tyranny of small expensive ink cartridges. Good photo quality printing

DisadvantagesMore expensive to buy

...is where a printer like the Epson ET-2550 comes in. Weighing in at £200 from Currys/PCWorld, it?s not cheap compared to my existing Epson XP-412 which IIRC, cost me around £60 to buy. However, the new printer comes with what is estimated to be around the first 2-years-worth on ink built in. The ET stands for Eco Tank by the way. Of course, the tanks can?t be sitting atop the print head any more...

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Satisfactory

“Epson”

published 07/08/2007

AdvantagesGood Value Product

DisadvantagesNone

...-jet - colour Dimensions (WxDxH): 84.8 cm x 76.2 cm x 35.6 cm Weight: 40.2 kg Max Media Size (Standard): ANSI C, Roll (43.2 cm) Max Media Size (Custom): 431.8 mm Print Speed: Up to 12.8 sq.m/hour - draft - A2 (420 x 594 mm) Max Resolution ( B&W ): 2880 dpi x 1440 dpi Max Resolution ( Colour ): 2880 dpi x 1440 dpi Interface: IEEE1394 FireWire, USB Language Simulation: EPSON ESC/P 2 Media Type: Plain...

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