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Hello

Can anyone suggest a good all around printer to use with my imac. Currently im using and older hp all in one series, and it just has to many conflicts with the mac for some reason.

Any suggestions would be great

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I just got a Lexmark X5470 and I'm very happy with it (for 50 is was the best in that price range).

B&W text is fine, Colour documents aren't that good, but if you change to Photo settings then the quality is perfect to my eyes. It includes an ADF and Fax capabilities too, along with the usual scan & copy. It does include some card readers for direct printing from a camera but with no preview LCD it isn't really the best option for that.

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This is the printer I have for my Mac:

http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/co...&modelid=13528

It works great.
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I have the Canon mp600 . Works great
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Anything Canon is a good choice. I have the ip6310D, and I love it! Great text printing, and wonderful photos. Bought it brand new in the box on eBay for $35! Plugged it into my airport base, and print wirelessly to it. My husband has his PC hard wired into the airport, and he prints to it as well. Very versatile!

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