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[Discuss] Color Laser question

The best one I've ever used was a Xerox Phaser, at a place I used to work
at 10 years ago. It's a network printer, it uses solid ink blocks instead
of toner cartridges, and if I recall correctly, it prints 20 ppm at 1200
ppi. Works well with Linux, Windows, and MacOS.

Somewhat expensive for home use, but I'd argue that it's an excellent
choice for a business that needs high-volume color printing.

On Wed, Mar 4, 2015 at 3:18 PM, Scott Ehrlich <scott at>

> Looking for a quality color laser printer to print card stock,
> envelopes, index cards, etc, for high-volume use, but something that
> can fit on a desk and Mac compatible.
> I have done a lot of web searching, but mostly much older posts or
> people recommending b/w printers, or ink jet.  Must be color laser.
> What do people recommend?
> Thanks.
> Scott
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