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[Discuss] Color Laser question

No plans for hot car commutes:-)

Lots of envelopes, stationary, index-card type (sizes might vary), heavier
stock (of index card-type) printing often.  So variable size envelopes and
paper, and variable thicknesses.

Color printing a must, but mostly plan on b/w.

HP printers mostly now in-house but looking for reliability with consistent
printing, fast-enough output, and next to no jaming or stuck envelopes,
card stock, etc.

Looking for a new printer with Ethernet capability - wifi not needed.

Need to buy asap.



On Wednesday, March 4, 2015, Jack Coats <jack at> wrote:

> If you plan on transporting documents in a hot car for several hours in
> the summer (I did in Austin TX), the wax CAN melt and stick pages
> together.  Otherwise the Xerox Phaser is a great printer.
> On Wed, Mar 4, 2015 at 2:37 PM, Dan Ritter <dsr at
> <javascript:_e(%7B%7D,'cvml','dsr at');>> wrote:
>> On Wed, Mar 04, 2015 at 03:32:04PM -0500, John Abreau wrote:
>> > The Xerox Phaser fits comfortably on a desk.
>> >
>> And provides very good output, provided you never, ever tip it.
>> Works well with Macs and Linux.
>> -dsr-
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