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    Which Laser AIO

    Looking for a friend, to replace his inkjet AiO scaner/printer/fax

    He's finding the ink too expensive and dries up too fast for general use that is not every day.

    Colour is not vital, wifi link might be nice but not vital either.

    Any thoughts ? who's doing good deals right now running up to christmas ?

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    Re: Which Laser AIO

    I am looking at the Kodak Hero 6.1 or 7.1. They both seem like good printers, one more an office focus the other more a photo focus. The ink looks well priced too.

    Viking business site seems to be the best price for them.

    Good luck!

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    Re: Which Laser AIO

    Ah.... I just noticed you are looking for a laser!

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    Re: Which Laser AIO

    I've always prefered HP laser printers, usually because they're the only ones tough enough to stand up to the workload of a busy warehouse. As such, I'd have to recomend something like the HP Laserjet 3380 - http://www.pcworld.com/product/22053...r.html?p=specs

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    Re: Which Laser AIO

    thanks for the ideas guys, passed them on to my buddy.
    those kodaks have been getting some good press and reviews, especially regarding their running costs, so are worth a look, although is it a case of you get what you pay for i wonder !

    thanks again

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    Re: Which Laser AIO

    Have a look on hotdeals uk. Choose computers catagory, open tools, filter expired and then look through the 'hot' deals. There is nearly always a bargain to be had on printers.

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