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Hi :)  

Does anyone use or know of good portable/mobile printers to carry with you when you have to 
work-on-the-move?  I have already asked at LinuxQuestions but many of my company's outreach workers 
use Windows.  Anyway, here's the LQ thread ...

We are hoping to prepare a funding application detailing how much it would cost to provide 1 
outreach workers with a tablet and a printer and then we can show how much we need for all of them 
or how many we could "make do with".  Obviously it takes a long time for funders to respond and 
even if successful the money takes even longer to arrive so i'm not looking for cheapest one-off 
deals.  I'm looking for reasonably reliable models and manufacturers and then i can look-up how 
much they cost.  

I've had a lot of questions about printers generally this year and they always seem to be a pita to 
look after.  So, on LQ i am hoping to start a poll to find which manufacturer people prefer.  
Unfortunately i can only think of a very few; Hewlett Packard, Cannon, Brother, Oki and Ricoh.  I 
feel like i am missing some very obvious ones.  If you can think of any please can you let me know 
in this thread or at LQ

Any suggestions?
Regards from
Tom :)  

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