- oziMember@oziJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 262
Sorry, this is a little un-related to property, but I am looking to purchase a new multi-function printer/copier/fax for my home office. Does anyone have any recommendations?
I would like something that is economical, reliable and user-friendly. I’m not sure if I should go for an ink-jet or a laser. Any ideas? Are lasers generally cheaper in the long run? I have been looking at the HP models. Does anyone have one of these? I’d prefer to spend less than $500.
Thanks in advance!
OzirecoverymanMember@recoverymanJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 122
I am very happy with my brother 9180
much chaeper on ink
“I should be content to look at a mountain for what it is and not as a comment on my life” D. IgnatowoziMember@oziJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 262
I think you have to be the only person I’ve come across who is happy with their Brother printer I’ve had one before and wasn’t too happy with it… i don’t think i’ll get one again. Thanks anyway.
Anyone else have any opinions?
OziDerekMember@derekJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 3,544persistenceMember@persistenceJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 12
I bought a brother MFC about 18 months ago when I started my business and I love it. Ink is cheap, has separate ink chambers and is v easy to operate. I work mine very hard too – doing LOTS of printing and have never had any trouble.
Oh – except once when I first bought it and I stuffed up the fax settings (my fault) and I called the Brother helpline and they very patiently walked me through the buttons I needed to press to reset it.luckyoneMember@luckyoneJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 148
I have an HP psc 750. It is very good. Haven’t had a problem with it. The cartridges are a bit expensive, but you can get no-name brand ones from Kmart for about $30. It doesn’t have a fax, but I’m sure the one with fax is just as good.