Re: advice on a laser printer please
Chris G <jedikent@...>
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I did that 4 years ago and am still using the toner that came with the printer.
I bought a monochrome Brother all-in-one printer.
If all you want is a black and white printer, you should be able to find something sub100dollars.
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From: Lee Hodgson
Sent: Monday, Aug 29, 2016 8:58 AM EST
Subject: [TechTalk] advice on a laser printer please
Ok, if anyone can offer advice on which is the best laser printer to
get based on the following, I would be so grateful.
My wife and I are totally blind, and live with no sighted assistance
nearby. and up until now were using a normal cannon printer, but
found, that as we did not use it much the ink was forever drying up and
when we did print, and got it checked it was missing parts of letters
etc, due to this.
So we thought of buying a laser printer, which would only have toner
cartridge, and hopefully would not dry out the same way. We only need
black and white as very rarely print colour documents. However I don't
want to buy a laser pprinter which might be menu driven or suchlikes
being totally blind.
Can anyone advise and are we doing the right thing switching over to
avoid non printing due to drying ink cartridges?
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