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    Do they make mini printers

    Do they make portable A4 printers, i'm sure i've seen them before. I just think it would be a neat thing to have to take to uni with my laptop so i can print off stuff like guitar tabs and directions.

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    Yeah, my dad has one. Expensive and not as good as you'd think. He doesn't use it anymore really, he found it better just to have a full size printer at home and at work and wait till he gets to one of the too places. Maybe they're cheaper and better now though...

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    I also have one, but it is quite old and thus not the fastest. Not sure if they still do them, but I'd put a bet on it anyday of the week. Search around.
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    Canon do a fairly decent one. Same as anything else though, the smaller it gets the more expensive it gets.

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    The Pixma iP90 is Canon's current offering and is pretty good. It's more expensive than a non-portable, but quality is good (even for photos) and it's VERY light.

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    I'm only going to be printing text so quality isn't that big of an issue really. I've had a look on ebay and theres loads, so i think i'll start there. Thanks guys

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