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What brand of printer do you use?

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canon pixma ip3000. one of the better, if not best sub $100 printer.


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HP 4110 all-in-one. The drivers have not been updated for Tiger so I have about half of its functionalities.
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I use a Canon Pixma ip4000.
Awesome printer. Very good print quality, lots of features, and fast printouts.

But the spelling is wrong in the poll, it's Canon, not Cannon.
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same as avalon
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A Canon i320, a Canon i350 and a Samsung 1710.
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I have an HP, an Epson, and soon a Lexmark. I'm not sure which one I like the best between the HP and the Epson; I've never had a Lexmark before.
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I have an apple laserwriter 320 connected via a daynaport etherprint hub. works like a charm. I also have a lexmark inkjet that I got with the puter. hardly ever use it cause ink is so much money
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I have a laserwriter 12/640 that I recently got on ebay for $9.00. I use it alot more than my HP inkjet because the toner is way cheaper per page than the ink.
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I use an "el Cheapo" HP. Does the job for me! :black:

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