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Help to buy laser printer

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by doj, Dec 31, 2009.

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  1. doj

    doj Thread Starter

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    Hi
    Looking to buy a laser printer but not sure what to go for.
    Looking for something that is at least - Print Resolution (dpi) Up to 600 x 2400 dpi and color.
    Dont want to spend more that £150 if posiable but dont want to buy something thats not going to last,,,, and rather spend a little more on the printer if i going to save on the price of ink.
    Also would like something thats not to big and doest make a lot of noise
    Thanks for your time
    doj
     
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  3. doj

    doj Thread Starter

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    Had a look there ,,,
    but the User rating and Editor's rating dont seem to match that good and made things harder for me,,,, looked at loads of reviews and they just got me lost,,, was hoping someone could point me in good direction
    Doj
     
  4. Frank4d

    Frank4d Retired Trusted Advisor

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    I recently bought an HP CP1215 color laser printer for $199 USD (about £123) and am happy with it. To help me with my decision I looked at user reviews on http://newegg.com and some other sites. It was also $100 off the regular price so that helped, and I picked it up at a local store so did not pay shipping.

    Using reviews to help influence your decision can be tricky. I figure if a product has been reviewed by 798 users and they gave it a "4.7" that means one thing. If a product was reviewed by 2 users and they gave it a "5.0" that doesn't mean much... I might just buy the "4.7" one instead.
     
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    As i am in the USA, your location UK. I gave you my best possible answer. Not being familiar with the local economy there. Sorry
     
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