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Re: [K12OSN] Printer recommendations?



Last year we started using HP Color LaserJet 4700's, and they do really well.  Every recent distro I've tried (including CentOS 5) supports them.

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Accessys smart net wrote:
we've been beating the heck out of a HP laserjet 5 for many years, it
just keeps going and going and going.

but we have been given a little money for a color laserjet, now it
will have low usage since I will restrict it's use, but any one have
any recomendations.

I do hope to stick with HP since we have had such good results with
em.   I know a laser is no where near as good as an inkjet for photos
but decent looking photos would be nice plus.

any suggestions

Bob




On Sun, 1 Feb 2009, [UTF-8] "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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