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[Discuss] color laser printer

I don't like ePrint.  I don't mind AirPrint.  At least with AirPrint you
need to be on the local LAN.


Jerry Feldman <gaf at> writes:

> One advantage of this (and other new printers) is that it uses HP ePrint
> so I can print from my phone or tablet. But, as previously mentioned,
> there are security issues with WiFi, and I assume with print services
> from vendors like HP. Other vendors, like Epson have similar remote
> services.
> On 06/19/2014 09:09 AM, Jerry Feldman wrote:
>> I bought an HP OfficeJet Pro 8600 2 years ago. It is a multi-function
>> with a duplexer. I prefer it to the older HP laser printers. I don't do
>> heavy doc printing, but I have had very few problems with it. It has a
>> sheet feeder for fax and scanning. While I have had a jam, it was very
>> easy to clear. It has a single paper cartridge, but you can buy an extra
>> 250 sheet paper tray that mounts on the bottom.
>> On 06/10/2014 07:46 AM, Edward Ned Harvey (blu) wrote:
>>>> From: at [mailto:discuss-
>>>> at] On Behalf Of Tom Metro
>>>> another reason why I favor laser
>>>> printers over inkjets is that you can leave them unused for several
>>>> months and not have the ink cartridges dry out.
>>> I don't know if this is universally fixed on all inkjets now and
>>> moving forward, but ...
>>> At least in the Canon PIXMA line, this has not been a problem in
>>> the last several years.
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