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Postby the boss » Thu Jun 03, 2010 7:47 pm

right lads, need a new printer, must be fast prints, quiet, not too bothered about quality or printing photo's and such as its mainly for boarding passes and other black and white documents. Not too bothered how much it costs as long as its fast. Recommend one to me ;-)
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Re: printer

Postby Marty » Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:19 pm

i have a Samsung ML-2010 it's fantastic for what i need it for, prints a full page of writing in about 2-3 seconds, you can leave it months and the ink won't have dried up (which i've found alot of other printers do).

did you buy that photo printer machine you were on about a few weeks ago??
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Re: printer

Postby the boss » Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:28 pm

Marty wrote:
i have a Samsung ML-2010 it's fantastic for what i need it for, prints a full page of writing in about 2-3 seconds, you can leave it months and the ink won't have dried up (which i've found alot of other printers do).

did you buy that photo printer machine you were on about a few weeks ago??



no, getting 2 more internet tables so no more space. I have an epson printer at the moment and it takes a week to print a sheet :shock:
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Re: printer

Postby the boss » Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:32 pm

does it have a scanner ?
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Re: printer

Postby Roger Mellie » Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:34 pm

Ask realist, he's got a printer going cheap :D

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Re: printer

Postby Marty » Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:35 pm

the boss wrote:
Marty wrote:
i have a Samsung ML-2010 it's fantastic for what i need it for, prints a full page of writing in about 2-3 seconds, you can leave it months and the ink won't have dried up (which i've found alot of other printers do).

did you buy that photo printer machine you were on about a few weeks ago??



no, getting 2 more internet tables so no more space. I have an epson printer at the moment and it takes a week to print a sheet :shock:


lol, i had a printer like that once, i think it was an epson as well, i would recommend my printer to everyone, won't be buying another 1 till it's on it's last legs, you should defo buy it, [smilie=icon_dance.gif] [smilie=icon_emoticonthumb.gif]
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Re: printer

Postby Realist » Fri Jun 04, 2010 6:37 pm

Roger Mellie wrote:
Ask realist, he's got a printer going cheap :D

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Re: printer

Postby Nick » Fri Jun 04, 2010 7:21 pm

Marty wrote:
i have a Samsung ML-2010 it's fantastic for what i need it for, prints a full page of writing in about 2-3 seconds, you can leave it months and the ink won't have dried up (which i've found alot of other printers do).

did you buy that photo printer machine you were on about a few weeks ago??



Is that the laser printer? If so then it uses toner and not ink, hence the reason why it doesn't dry up
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Re: printer

Postby Marty » Fri Jun 04, 2010 8:57 pm

Nick wrote:
Marty wrote:
i have a Samsung ML-2010 it's fantastic for what i need it for, prints a full page of writing in about 2-3 seconds, you can leave it months and the ink won't have dried up (which i've found alot of other printers do).

did you buy that photo printer machine you were on about a few weeks ago??



Is that the laser printer? If so then it uses toner and not ink, hence the reason why it doesn't dry up


yes it is a laser printer, that would explain why the ink doesn't dry up then i guess, i've never had to change the toner, so i've never opened it up and had a look. [smilie=icon_mrhappy.gif]
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