Re: Seeking A Laser Printer
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Hi I have 2 brother printers from my family and they are not accessible! Also they do not have an accessible line, the tec support always and I mean always asks me if there is a sighted person with me to trouble shoot my printer issues. So personally, I would never by brother. I miss my old hp mls10 lazer printer, it worked so well, could not take windows10 drivers otherwise it would still be here.
Hp always had better tec support and now they have an accessibility line. So if you are looking for an accessible printer, stay away from minu only printers and no digital screens. I know that is 90 percent of the market woe. Heather
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From: Tim Grady
Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2020 8:05 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Seeking A Laser Printer
Check out the brother line of printers.
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ron Canazzi
Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 7:59 AM
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Subject: [TechTalk] Seeking A Laser Printer
I know this has been discussed in the past on this and other lists, but I am in the market for a color laser printer. It has to be accessible which means some way of interacting other than the touch screen and voiceless screen on the printer itself.
I called Amazon disability which lists dozens of them. They couldn't help me a lot other than giving me the phone numbers for accessibility for Canon, Xerox and HP.
Here's what happened when I tried these phone numbers:
Xerox the number was disconnected
HP never answered--even after 5 hours on two separate phones Canon answered and a woman with a heavily accented voice assured me that the one she referenced would do the trick. Color imageCLASS MF743Cdw. . This device which it is a bit pricey at $379 US weighs in at a massive
64 pounds. I would consider this more seriously if I could be sure I could lift and position it properly without collapsing my utility table.
So again as I may have done in the past, what are people using for a laser printer and how are they accessing it: app, voiced onboard touch screen, echo device?
Thanks for any help.
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