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OC75

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I have just started workin for myself and need to purchase PC and/or laptop asap!. I will need to go to clients sites, so am thinkin a laptop is best but should I purchase a cheap laptop and a good quality PC to keep in the office at home, or just go with a good quality laptop for all needs. I won't really have much need for any specialist software packages. I reckon at this stage I would need, word, excel, powerpoint, access, adobe professional and visio. I am veering towards choosing Dell or HP but not exactly sure why. So what's my best options? I am guessing I will need back up support as well.

I will also need to buy printer, scanner, copier. I am thinkin HP office jet combo range. I shouldn need to print large volumes but I might occasionally need to print a few hundreds pages. I would need an inbuilt doc feeder. Again your advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi! Have you tried online fax services for you business? It's the best way to send and receive faxes anywhere and any time. I use Popfax.com click here providers and it not only fills up the fax machine, it's easier and more reliable.

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