[SATLUG] New User - card, college courses & printer questions
Ernest De Leon
edeleonjr at gmail.com
Thu Dec 23 15:13:57 CST 2010
Also, with laser printers (much like inkjets) pay attention to the pages you
get per cartridge at what percentage. Most will rate their page per
cartridge at 5% coverage which is fair if you only print text. There are
also more consumables in lasers like the drums and fusers. I'm not sure if
the technology has made them single item replacement units yet, but I doubt
it. It often costs more to get new ink than the printer itself.
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On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 3:11 PM, Ernest De Leon <edeleonjr at gmail.com> wrote:
> Before you buy anything new, check the Goodwill. Several members have found
> excellent deals on quality used equipment that has lasted them years after
> their purchase.
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> On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 3:06 PM, <cdv7 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> Christmas Greetings SATLUG Members,
>> Last year I wanted to send out an e-card I made to all the members but I
>> was told the file was too large. It was suggested I put it on a website and
>> post the link, but the best I can do for now is send it off list to those
>> who respond. The card was designed in Open Office and is in a PDF format. I
>> hope to receive some feedback suggesting additional instruction to improve
>> my skills in the form of college courses for credit.
>> Additionally, as my printer recently died, I would welcome suggestions for
>> the best buy for a reliable monochrome laser printer on a budget. The color
>> ones are really nice but I think a simple (not multi- function) B&W is the
>> most I can afford at this time. Below is a link to the best deal I could
>> find thus far.
>> Thank you,
>> ~cdv - new user
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