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Colour laser all in one recommendations


Newuser2

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Guys I'm seeking recommendations for a colour laser all in one. I would ideally like one that can be hardwired into the desktop and WiFi for the lappy. Thanks

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northumbria61

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You will have to give your maximum budget to enable someone to help you out otherwise it is going to be difficult to advise.

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Newuser2

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Looking to spend £200 ish. But may consider more, Don't do much colour printing.

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woodchip

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Newuser2

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I've seen some Samsung and Brother printers advrtised anyone have any experiances of these.

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northumbria61

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Does it have to be an All-in-One? I have just recently purchased a Samsung Colour Laser (NOT all-in-one) from Argos at a very good price and which is giving me good results and I am very pleased with. enter link description here Considering it is selling at £163 on one site this is an excellent purchase - No good to you of course if you don't have a scanner.

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Newuser2

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Purchased one of these, excellent tech help from Brother and Virgin to help set up WiFi connection. http://www.brother.co.uk/g3.cfm/spage/215760/slevel/225500/s_product/MFC9320CWZU1

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