Which printer do you use?

printer - It is a photo of computer printer.
India
January 23, 2007 1:08am CST
I personally use HP printer.What about you?
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13 responses
• India
23 Jan 07
I am using Samsung with energy emblem. It is giving me excellant performance.
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• India
9 Mar 07
Quality of print somehow determines the quality of work or presentation.Quality of prints speaks the performance of individual work and his projection. Good luck.
• Canada
23 Jan 07
I have a HP - 3 in one and can't wait to buy another printer . I find the ink so expensive for this printer and am so sick of buying new printers cheaper then it cost be to buy the ink for them . Next time I get a printer I am going to take a lot more time considering which one I want .
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• India
12 Mar 07
Hi, If you printer usage is more, it would be better if you for a laser printer. They are a bit costly at first but they are cheaper with refills.
@mrsturner (518)
• Canada
3 Apr 07
We use an Epson R200. It was recommended to us because I scrapbook and print a lot of pictures. The quality is really good, but the ink is expensive.
@mgmagana (3621)
• United States
27 Mar 07
i have 2 i have an hp officejet, which is the 4 in one and i have a hp picture maker.
@pizzoli (3367)
• Italy
10 Mar 07
I like the brand hp but currently i have an epson photostylus 810 which is reliable and has good performances
@smacksman (6072)
10 Mar 07
I use a Samsung laser printer for most work (black and white) and a Epson 740 colour printer when needed. The Samsung is much cheaper to run than the Epson. Outside in the garage is an old HP Lazerjet III that I paid over £1,000 for many years back when they first came out, taking over from the Laserjet II. It was a bargain with almost £300 off the list price!! And the quality was so much better than my 9 pin dot matrix printer I had before. Nowadays, I buy a new printer when the ink runs out as it is only a little bit more expensive than the refills. What a wasteful society we live in!!
@kgwat70 (13392)
• United States
10 Mar 07
At home, I use the HP PSC 1210 all in one printer and it has the copier, scanner and is a printer. The only thing it does not have is faxing capability, which I do not need at this point but may somewhere down the road. I am very happy with it and love HP printers more than any other type of printers. At work I have a HP 4L printer which is mighty old and we are replacing it next week with hopefully a more current and better printer.
@harxian (671)
• Philippines
10 Mar 07
we have a kyocera km-1815 its an all in one printer it has scanner and a copier
• United States
9 Mar 07
My first was a Lexmark. That one needed replacing this past summer and I got another Lexmark just a sloghtly different model. Both were/are printer, scanner, copiers with the ability to fax.
@sweetlady10 (3617)
• United States
9 Mar 07
We use a Canon all in one printer. The quality is really god. We can get good photo print out of it, but as a habit we get our photos from online printing service.
• Singapore
9 Mar 07
I am using a HP laserjet 1200 series. I have it for 5(?) years already. Used up a few toners and the printer is still strong as a bull! ;-)
9 Mar 07
I always used to have Epson, I remember my first Epson colour dot matrix printer was great!, then I stuck with them for inkjet after inkjet, but finally went to HP when I got a multi-function printer, the print quality is incredibly good, and especially on black text, which was never the case with Epson, it would look grey.
@Eskimo (2317)
9 Mar 07
I've got an Epson C62. Before buying it I checked the price of compatable ink on several websites, so that I can get one with low priced ink (some printers it cost more to replace the ink than it does to buy a new printer). I can sometimes get the ink cartridges for under £1, (around 40-50c) each for both colour and black & white, although most common price is £1.99 for each. Original Epson Cartridges can be £24 - £35 each. Ink in compatable cartridges is sometimes made to a higher specification than the originals.