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Re: [K12OSN] Printer recommendations?



I usually go to newegg.com and look at the reviews.  I do a search for either "linux" or "ubuntu" since those terms show up in the reviews fairly often.

Personally I've had good luck with both HP and Samsung.  On my K12LTSP 5.0EL system I have used an HP 2100, HP 2300, and whatever the cheapest current model HP and Samsung networked printers are (can't remember the model, but I bought them about 6 months ago).

-Rob

On Sun, Feb 01, 2009 at 02:48:52PM -0500, "Terrell Prudé Jr." wrote:
> If we're talking older printers, then yep, 2100's are very good.  If you 
> can't get one of those where you are, then a LaserJet 4000N will also 
> serve you very well.  That's what we use at the office.
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> Moon wrote:
> >For low budget I recommend the HP LaserJet 2100 series (network card 
> >installed of course). I have bought and donated these for the 
> >church/school that I support. I know these are a little old models, 
> >but these printers are very reliable, long lasting, and inexpensive. 
> >Several models support postscript and all 100% supported by Linux.  
> >You can also buy these on eBay ~$50-100 as well as cartridges 
> >(5000-6000 page count) for ~$25 a piece. These printers are low 
> >maintenance as well.
> >
> >On Sun, 2009-02-01 at 12:49 -0500, Joseph Bishay wrote:
> >>Hello,
> >>
> >>I hope everyone is well.
> >>
> >>As a result of extensive help in another thread, I may be forced to
> >>get a new printer for our small network.  We have about 15 or so
> >>computers on our LTSP server and I'm looking for a printer that:
> >>
> >>1) is black and white laser
> >>2) has a paper capacity of at least 250 sheets
> >>3) can be plugged into a thin client and works FOR SURE or is a
> >>networked printer and works FOR SURE with LTSP
> >>4) Can handle about a thousand pages a month.
> >>5) Not very expensive since everything we buy for the Church is on a 
> >>budget
> >>
> >>Brand-wise I am pretty agnostic, so what have you found works?  I am
> >>in Toronto, Canada if that makes a difference.
> >>
> >>Thank you.
> >>Joseph
> >>
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