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- From: "Shaun Dustin" <sdustin(--nospam--at)cc.usu.edu>
- Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 23:58:34 -0600
Yes, sorry, it is a 9800. I was running on memory since I keep it at school now that the laserjet is my primary machine.
The laserjet 5si will go up to an A4 size according to the bypass tray.
Shaun Dustin, MS, PE
USTAR Biofuels Initiative
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Thanks Allen, Shaun and Farzin,
Allen, I feel the same way about Epson printers, I had 2 die on me within a year. I believe the Canon Pixma Pro9000 replaces the i9900. If money was no object I would get a laser printer. I am leaning towards the Canon, but like other comparable printers it has got some poor reviews.
Shaun did you mean the Deskjet 9800?
I’ve had both HP and Canon inkjet printers. My latest HP was a 2600. What I use now is a Canon i9900. While I have a lot of HP equipment in my office (computer, calculator, LaserJet AIO, LaserJet 2420 and 42” Design Jet 500), I don’t think I’ll ever buy another HP inkjet printer. I’m totally happy with my Canon and I’m convinced that Canon is the only inkjet printer I will buy (until things change of course). I print 11x17 because I’m cheap and it’s convenient but you can print as large as 13”x19” on either one.
My two cents.
T. William (Bill) Allen, S.E.
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