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Small printer for my desk


rockymast

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I need an all in one printer for desk. Space is really an issue so I dont want it to occupy half of my desk. Plus I want a printer which looks good. I have come across a couple to suitable ones, Epson Expression Home XP-300

and Canon Pixma MX376

Which one should I choose? Do I have better options?

I need not more than 4-5 pages/day.

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Nontek

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This one is great

Very small footprint and wireless too.

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spuds

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I assume from your links you are USA based, so perhaps advising what is available in the UK might not resolve your question?.

In general most printer's now come in a near standard size, and if space is a premium, then the location of the printer is for consideration, like possibly under the desk, or further a field if 'wireless'.

The model in Nontek link is very good (I have one), but for cartridge cost saving I rather like Brother printer's, because for my Brother DCP 135C I am able to buy compatible for 50pence each, or a refillable 4 cartridge kit for about £18.00 sterling.

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rockymast

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Epson or Cannon. Am not too sure about Brother's support!

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